Bernard Siegel - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Bernard Siegel’s height is 5ft 8in (1.73 m)

Bernard Siegel was an Austro-Hungarian born American character actor, whose career spanned both the silent film era, as well as carrying over into the beginning of sound pictures.

Best Known For Movie: Laugh, Clown, Laugh
Height: 5ft 8in (1.73 m)
Born: April 19, 1868, Lviv, Ukraine
Filmography: Broadway Serenade (1939), Happy Landing (1938), Wells Fargo (1937), Ebb Tide (1937), Confession (1937), The Jungle Princess (1936), Anthony Adverse (1936), Till We Meet Again (1936), East of Java (1935), Mad Love (1935), The Wedding Night (1935), Shadow of Doubt (1935), Beau Ideal (1931), The Case of Sergeant Grischa (1930), Sea Fury (1929), The Far Call (1929), The Charlatan (1929), The Younger Generation (1929), Redskin (1929), The Rescue (1929), Freedom of the Press (1928), Guardians of the Wild (1928), The Divine Sinner (1928), Laugh, Clown, Laugh (1928), Stand and Deliver (1928), Open Range (1927), Ranger of the North (1927), Ragtime (1927), Drums of the Desert (1927), The King of Kings (1927), Blazing Days (1927), Going Crooked (1926), Beau Geste (1926), Desert Gold (1926), The Vanishing American (1925), Wild Horse Mesa (1925), The Spaniard (1925), The Phantom of the Opera (1925), The Crimson Runner (1925), Against All Odds (1924), Romance Ranch (1924), The Fortieth Door (1924), The Next Corner (1924), Emblems of Love (1924), Thundergate (1923), Where Is This West? (1923), Sidewalks of New York (1923), The Eleventh Hour (1923), None So Blind (1923), Unseen Foes (1922), The Love Nest (1922), The Madness of Love (1922), A Stage Romance (1922), The Man Who Paid (1922), The Land of Hope (1921), The Heart of Maryland (1921), Dead Men Tell No Tales (1920), The Flaming Clue (1920), The Birth of a Soul (1920), In Honor’s Web (1919), The Man Who Won (1919), A Girl at Bay (1919), Beauty-Proof (1919), The Cambric Mask (1919), Silent Strength (1919), Hoarded Assets (1918), Everybody’s Girl (1918), The Green God (1918), All Man (1918), The Golden Goal (1918), The Triumph of the Weak (1918), The Purple Dress (1918), The Song of the Soul (1918), The Woman Between Friends (1918), The Last Leaf (1917), The Grell Mystery (1917), The Stolen Treaty (1917), The Message of the Mouse (1917), The Love Philtre of Ikey Schoenstein (1917), The Maelstrom (1917), Within the Law (1917), Apartment 29 (1917), Womanhood, the Glory of the Nation (1917), Arsene Lupin (1917), The Glory of Yolanda (1917), The Man of Mystery (1917), Whom the Gods Destroy (1916), In the Hour of Disaster (1916), Otto, the Salesman (1916), Otto the Sleuth (1916), Otto’s Legacy (1916), Otto the Cobbler (1916), Otto the Reporter (1916), Trilby Frilled (1916), Otto the Hero (1916), Otto the Artist (1916), The Heart’s Tribute (1916), Souls in Bondage (1916), The Wonderful Wager (1916), Sweeter Than Revenge (1915), The Ogre and the Girl (1915), The Orgy (1915), The Rights of Man: A Story of War’s Red Blotch (1915), Tony and Marie (1915), The Golden Oyster (1915), The Great Ruby (1915), Country Blood (1915), The Climbers (1915), Who Violates the Law (1915), The Road o’ Strife (1915), Mother of Pearl (1915), Here Comes the Bride (1915), Winning Winsome Winnie (1915), It All Depends (1915), Threads of Destiny (1914), The Fortune Hunter (1914), The Wolf (1914), The Daughters of Men (1914), The Vagaries of Fate (1914), Before the Last Leaves Fall (1913), The Third Degree (1913), Through Many Trials (1913), Jane’s Waterloo (1913), The Supreme Sacrifice (1913), Pizen Pete (1913), It Might Have Been (1913), The Surgeon (1912), Broadway Serenade (1939).
Other Names: Bernard Beigel, Bernard Segel, Bernard Seigel, Mr. Siegel, Bernard Siegle
Astrological Sign: Aries
Occupation: Character Actor
Died: July 9, 1940, Los Angeles, California, United States

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