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Henry Victor (2 October 1892 – 15 March 1945) was an English-born character actor. Raised in Germany, Victor is probably best remembered for his portrayal of the strongman Hercules in Tod Browning's 1932 film Freaks. He originally was a leading figure in UK silent films. Later in his career, he mostly portrayed villains or Nazis in both American and British films with his trademark German accent. He died at 52 of a brain tumor. He is buried in Chatsworth, California's at the Oakwood Memorial Park Cemetery.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Henry Victor (2 October 1892 – 15 March 1945) was an English-born character actor. Raised in Germany, Victor is probably best remembered for his portrayal of the strongman Hercules in Tod Browning's 1932 film Freaks. He originally was a leading figure in UK silent films. Later in his career, he mostly portrayed villains or Nazis in both American and British films with his trademark German accent. He died at 52 of a brain tumor. He is buried in Chatsworth, California's at the Oakwood Memorial Park Cemetery.

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Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender -

Known Credits 59

Birthday 1892-10-02

Day of Death 1945-03-15

Place of Birth London, England

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

1945 Betrayal from the East as Brunzman (uncredited)
1945 A Royal Scandal as Russian General (uncredited)
1943 Above Suspicion as German Officer (uncredited)
1943 Mission to Moscow as Herr Schufeldt - Hamburg Official (uncredited)
1943 Don Winslow of the Coast Guard as Heilrich
1942 Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon as Professor Frederic Hoffner
1942 The Wife Takes a Flyer as Col. Bosch
1942 To Be or Not to Be as Sturmführer Schultz
1942 Blue, White, and Perfect as Rudolf Hagerman
1941 Dangerously They Live as U-Boat Captain Horst
1941 Underground as Gestapo Agent
1941 King of the Zombies as Dr. Miklos Sangre
1940 The Mad Doctor as Furber
1940 Escape as Gestapo Officer with Hooked Nose
1940 Mystery Sea Raider as Cmdr. Bulow
1940 Seven Sinners as Dutch Police Officer (uncredited)
1940 Spring Parade as Dutch Officer
1940 The Mortal Storm as Gestapo Official Confiscating Book on Train
1940 Charter Pilot as Faber
1939 Nick Carter, Master Detective as Hammil - tall spy boss
1939 Pack Up Your Troubles as Col. Schlager
1939 Espionage Agent as Foreign Official
1939 Thunder Afloat as German U-Boat Officer
1939 Nurse Edith Cavell as Jaubec
1939 Hotel Imperial as Sultanov (uncredited)
1939 Confessions of a Nazi Spy as Wildebrandt
1937 Our Fighting Navy as Lt. d'Enriquo
1936 The Conquest of the Air as Otto Lilienthal
1936 Fame as Actor
1935 Can You Hear Me, Mother? as Father
1934 Tiger Bay as Olaf
1934 I Spy as KPO
1934 The Scotland Yard Mystery as Floyd
1933 Luxury Liner as Baron von Luden
1932 Freaks as Hercules
1931 Suicide Fleet as Capt. Von Schlettow
1931 One Heavenly Night as Almady, the Officer
1930 Song of Soho as Henry
1929 The Hate Ship as Count Boris Ivanoff
1929 After the Verdict as Mr. Sabine
1928 L'Argent as Jacques Hamelin
1928 The Guns of Loos as John Grimlaw
1927 The Luck of the Navy as Lt. Clive Stanton
1927 The Beloved Rogue as Thibault d'Aussigny
1926 Crossed Signals as Jack McDermott
1924 The Sins Ye Do as Ronald Hillier
1924 The Love Story of Aliette Brunton as Ronald Cavendish
1924 The White Shadow as Louis Chadwick
1924 His Grace Gives Notice as George Berwick
1924 Slaves of Destiny as Ralph Warriner
1924 Henry, King of Navarre as Duc de Guise
1922 A Bill of Divorcement as Grey Meredith
1922 Diana of the Crossways as Hon. Percy Dacier
1922 A Romance of Old Baghdad as Horne Jerningham
1922 Bentley's Conscience as Fletcer
1921 The Old Wives' Tale
1920 Beyond the Dreams of Avarice as Dr. Lucien Calvert
1920 As God Made Her as Seward Pendyne
1914 The King's Romance

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