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  • Vladek Sheybal - Wikipedia

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    Vladek Sheybal (born Władysław Rudolf Z. Sheybal; 12 March 1923 – 16 October 1992) was a Polish character actor and director of both television and stage productions. He was well known for his portrayal of the chess grandmaster Kronsteen in the James Bond film From Russia with Love (1963), a role for which he had been personally recommended by his friend Sean Connery, and Otto Leipzig in ...

  • Vladek Sheybal - IMDb

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    Vladek Sheybal, Actor: From Russia with Love. Looking back at his filmography, it isn't difficult to imagine Vladek Sheybal in a scene, lobbing Molotov cocktails at advancing German troops, against a backdrop of war-torn Warsaw. However, this part of his life played out for real. A member of the Polish underground, he was twice captured and interred in concentration camps.

  • Home and Bio English - Vladek Sheybal Online

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    On October 16th 1992 Vladek Sheybal passed away suddenly at his home in London from a ruptured aortic aneurysm. He is very much missed by those who knew him personally, and the rest of us who knew him purely through his WORK.

  • Memoirs - Vladek Sheybal Online

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    Executors of the Estate of Vladek Sheybal. To the best of the Executors' knowledge, this is the only place, and in the works of the Polish author Artur Patek, where the memoirs have been published; therefore any copies found circulating for sale or otherwise, electronically or otherwise will be subject to full weight of copyright law.

  • Vladek Sheybal (1923-1992) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Wladyslaw Sheybal was born in Zgierz, near Lodz in Poland, the son of a university professor. During the War, he was imprisoned in a concentration camp and escaped, only to be captured again. His first major acting role was as The Composer in Andzej Wajda's Kanal, which was set during the Warsaw Uprising of 1944. In...

  • Vladek Sheybal - Revolvy

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    Vladek Sheybal (born Władysław Rudolf Z. Sheybal ; 12 March 1923 – 16 October 1992) was a Polish character actor and director of both television and stage productions. He was well known for his portrayal of the chess grandmaster Kronsteen in the James Bond film From Russia with Love (1963), a role for which he had been personally recommended by his friend Sean Connery , and Otto Leipzig in ...

  • Kronsteen (Vladek Sheybal) | James Bond Wiki | FANDOM ...

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    Tov Kronsteen (Russian: Това Кронштейна) is a fictional chess master and the secondary antagonist of the 1963 James Bond film From Russia with Love. Played by the late Polish actor Vladek Sheybal, the character is based on the character of the same name from the 1957 novel From Russia, with...

  • Vladek Sheybal - Biography - IMDb

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    Looking back at his filmography, it isn't difficult to imagine Vladek Sheybal in a scene, lobbing Molotov cocktails at advancing German troops, ...

  • Vladek Sheybal | James Bond Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

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    Sheybal was born in Zgierz, near Łódź, in the Second Polish Republic. He appeared in the film Kanał (1957, credited as Władysław Sheybal), directed by Andrzej Wajda, before emigrating to the United Kingdom, where he was typically cast in villainous roles. He also appeared as Holocaust survivor ...

  • Vladek Sheybal | Cinemorgue Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

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    Vladek Sheybal (1923 - 1992) a.k.a. Wladyslaw Sheybal

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