season, playing small roles in several plays and operettas. Arthur Lennig, ''The Immortal Count'', University Press of Kentucky, 2003, p. 21. ISBN 978-0813122731. He went on to Shakespeare (William Shakespeare) plays and other major roles. Moving to Budapest in 1911, he played dozens of roles with the National Theater of Hungary in the period 1913–1919. Although Lugosi would later claim that he "became the leading actor of Hungary's Royal National Theater", almost all his roles there were small or supporting parts. Arthur Lennig, ''The Immortal Count'', University Press of Kentucky, 2003, pp. 25–26, 28–29. ISBN 978-0813122731. quote Referenced information is from an essay in the book written by his son Bela G. Lugosi. was born as '''Béla Ferenc Dezső Blaskó''' in Lugos (Lugoj) (at the time part of Austria–Hungary, now Lugoj in Romania), to Paula de Vojnich and István Blaskó, a banker. IMdb and Biography Channel He later based his last name on his hometown. He and his sister Vilma were raised in a Roman Catholic family. Wikipedia:Lugoj Commons:Category:Lugoj
Rotherham. After leaving school, he worked as a clerk in a steelworks in Sheffield while learning to play musical instruments and sing in choirs during his spare time. In order to earn enough to pay for singing lessons, he formed a dance-band and eventually enrolled in the Sheffield School of Music. He auditioned for the Carl Rosa Opera Company and was engaged as a chorister, subsequently playing small parts and eventually making his debut as a principal in the role of Rodolfo in ''La bohème''. Before World War II, he also sang with the Sadler's Wells company. Gladys Davidson: ''Opera Biographies'', London, Werner Laurie, 1955. He also sang with Geraldo (Geraldo (bandleader)) on BBC Radio. birth_date WikiPedia:Sheffield Commons:Category:Sheffield
secretary. At the end of a tour, the Dunham dance company (Katherine Dunham Company) stopped in Los Angeles for several months to work in Hollywood. It was there that Deren met Alexandr Hackenschmied (later Hammid), a celebrated Czech-born photographer and cameraman who would become her second husband in 1942. Hackenschmied had fled Czechoslovakia in 1938 after Hitler's advance. Stage and film career Horton started his stage career in 1906, singing and dancing and playing small parts in Vaudeville and in Broadway (Broadway theatre) productions. In 1919, he moved to Los Angeles, California, and started getting roles in Hollywood films. His first starring role was in the 1922 comedy film ''Too Much Business'', and he portrayed the lead role of an idealistic young classical composer in ''Beggar on Horseback'' in 1925. In the late 1920s he starred in two-reel silent comedies for Educational Pictures, and made the transition to talking pictures with Educational in 1929. As a stage trained performer, he found more film work easily, and appeared in some of Warner Bros.' early talkies, including ''The Hottentot'' and ''Sonny Boy (Sonny Boy (1929 film))''. His distinctive voice was one of his trademarks. In 1943, after 4,091 episodes, the radio program went from a 15-minute CBS weekday dramatic serial to an NBC half-hour weekly comedy. While the five-a-week show often had a quiet, easygoing feeling, the new version was a full-fledged sitcom in the Hollywood sense, with a regular studio audience (for the first time in the show's history) and an orchestra. More outside actors, including many African-American comedy professionals, were brought in to fill out the cast.
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