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  • George Voskovec - Wikipediaří_Voskovec

    Biography. Voskovec was born as Jiří Wachsmann in Sázava, Bohemia, present-day Czech Republic. He attended school in Prague and Dijon, France.

  • George Voskovec - IMDb

    George Voskovec, Actor: 12 Angry Men. Founded Czech avantgarde theatre and film group 'Osvobozene divadlo' with actor Jan Werich in 1927. Affiliated with the Poetist ...

  • George Voskovec - Voskovec&item_type=topic

    Jiří Voskovec ( Czech pronunciation: ), born Jiří Wachsmann and best known as George Voskovec (June 19, 1905 – July 1, 1981 ) was a Czech-American actor ...

  • George Voskovec - Biography - IMDb

    From the theatre, distinguished Czech actor/producer/director/author George Voskovec was born Jirí Wachsmann on June 19, 1905, the son of Vilém Wachsmann and his ...


    George Voskovec, the dramatic actor, director and playwright best known for his character roles on the New York stage, died July 1 at his home in ...

  • Talk:George Voskovec - Wikipediaří_Voskovec

    This article is within the scope of WikiProject Biography, a collaborative effort to create, develop and organize Wikipedia's articles about people.

  • George Voskovec: Movies & TV

    William Conrad, Lee Horsley, George Voskovec, Robert Coote, George Wyner, Allan Miller. Runtime: 15 hrs. Previous Page 1 2 3 Next Page. Show results for. Any Department;

  • Jiří Voskovec - Wikidata

    cswiki Jiří Voskovec; dewiki Jiří Voskovec; enwiki George Voskovec; eowiki Jiří Voskovec; fawiki جرج ...

  • George Voskovec - Rotten Tomatoes

    George Voskovec Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest George Voskovec photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes!

  • George Voskovec - Microsoft Store

    A Czechoslovakian character actor, onscreen from 1926, he appeared onscreen in America from 1952. For his work in the 1956 stage play Uncle Vanya he won an Obie Award.

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