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Luis Alberni (October 4, 1886 – December 23, 1962) was a Spanish-born American character actor in American films.

Alberni was born in Barcelona, Spain. He majored in acting while attending the University of Madrid. In order to pursue his acting career further, he determined to emigrate to the United States and, in April 1912, he sailed to New York City as a steerage passenger aboard the S/S Nieuw Amsterdam. In New York, he acted on both stage and screen. His first motion picture performance was in the 1915 Jewish drama, Children of the Ghetto. On the stage, he appeared in more than a dozen Broadway plays between 1915 and 1928, including 39 East, Dreams for Sale and the original production of What Price Glory? in 1924–1925. In the sound film era, he had notable roles as Jacopo in The Count of Monte Cristo (1934), as Mr. Louie Louie in Easy Living (1937), and as the mayor in A Bell for Adano (1945). He died at the motion picture actors' home in Woodland Hills, California in 1962. His remains are interred at Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Luis Alberni (October 4, 1886 – December 23, 1962) was a Spanish-born American character actor in American films.

Alberni was born in Barcelona, Spain. He majored in acting while attending the University of Madrid. In order to pursue his acting career further, he determined to emigrate to the United States and, in April 1912, he sailed to New York City as a steerage passenger aboard the S/S Nieuw Amsterdam. In New York, he acted on both stage and screen. His first motion picture performance was in the 1915 Jewish drama, Children of the Ghetto. On the stage, he appeared in more than a dozen Broadway plays between 1915 and 1928, including 39 East, Dreams for Sale and the original production of What Price Glory? in 1924–1925. In the sound film era, he had notable roles as Jacopo in The Count of Monte Cristo (1934), as Mr. Louie Louie in Easy Living (1937), and as the mayor in A Bell for Adano (1945). He died at the motion picture actors' home in Woodland Hills, California in 1962. His remains are interred at Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 104

Birthday 1886-10-04

Day of Death 1962-12-23

Place of Birth Barcelona, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

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Also Known As

  • Louis Alberni

Acting TV ShowsMovies

1950 Captain Carey, U.S.A. as Sandro
1947 The Road to Hollywood as The Marquis
1944 When the Lights Go On Again as Joe
1944 Machine Gun Mama as Ignacio
1944 Henry Aldrich Plays Cupid as Tony
1944 Voice in the Wind as Bartender
1944 Men on Her Mind as Alberti Verdi
1943 Harvest Melody as Cafe Manager
1943 Nearly Eighteen as Gus
1943 You're a Lucky Fellow, Mr Smith as Goreni
1943 The Man from Down Under as Dino Piza
1943 Submarine Base as Mr. Styx
1943 My Son, The Hero as Tony
1942 Northwest Rangers as Jacques
1942 Mexican Spitfire's Elephant as Luigi
1942 Obliging Young Lady as Riccardi
1941 Babes on Broadway as Nick
1941 They Met in Bombay as Maitre d'hotel
1941 She Knew All the Answers as Inventor
1941 That Hamilton Woman as King of Naples
1941 The Lady Eve as Emile, Pike's chef
1940 Public Deb No. 1 as Frontenac
1940 Scatterbrain as Prof. DeLemma
1940 The Lone Wolf Meets a Lady as N. Pappakontous
1940 Enemy Agent as A. Calteroni
1940 High School as Signor Cicero
1939 The Housekeeper's Daughter as Veroni
1939 Naughty But Nice as Stanislaus Pysinski
1939 Let Freedom Ring as Tony
1939 The Great Man Votes as Manos
1938 I'll Give a Million as Reporter
1937 Hitting a New High as Luis Marlo
1937 Love on Toast as Joe Piso
1937 Manhattan Merry-Go-Round as Martinetti
1937 Under Suspicion as Luigi
1937 The Great Garrick as Luis Basset
1937 Madame X as Scipio
1937 Easy Living as Louis Louis
1937 Sing and Be Happy as Posini
1937 The King and the Chorus Girl as Gaston
1937 Two Wise Maids as Guili
1937 When You're in Love as Luis Perugini
1936 Hats Off as Caesar Rosero
1936 Anthony Adverse as Tony Guisseppi
1936 Follow Your Heart as Tony Masetti
1936 Ticket to Paradise as Dr. Munson aka Monte
1936 Dancing Pirate as Pamfilo (the Jailer)
1936 Colleen as Carlo
1935 Metropolitan as Ugo Pizzi
1935 Music Is Magic as Señor Castellano - Cafe Proprietor
1935 Bad Boy as Tony
1935 The Gay Deception as Ernest
1935 Manhattan Moon as Luigi
1935 Love Me Forever as Luigi
1935 In Caliente as The Magistrate
1935 Goin' to Town as Sr. Vitola
1935 Let's Live Tonight
1935 Public Opinion as Caparini
1935 Roberta as Voyda
1935 The Good Fairy as The Barber
1935 Rendezvous at Midnight as Janitor
1935 The Winning Ticket as Tony
1935 The Gilded Lily as Nate Porcopolis
1934 The Captain Hates the Sea as Juan Gilboa
1934 Caravane as Gypsy Chieftain
1934 One Night of Love as Giovanni
1934 The Count of Monte Cristo as Jacopo
1934 Glamour as Monsieur Paul
1934 I Believed in You as Giacomo
1933 Flying Down to Rio as Rio Casino Manager (uncredited)
1933 By Candlelight as Train Porter
1933 Havana Widows as Second Taxi Driver (uncredited)
1933 The Chief as Man at Alderman Meeting (uncredited)
1933 Stage Mother as Hors D'Oeuvres Waiter
1933 Menu as The Master Chef (uncredited)
1933 The Last Trail as Pedro Gonzales
1933 The Man from Monterey as Felipe Guadalupe Constacio Delgado Santa Cruz de la Verranca
1933 I Love That Man as Angelo - Janitor
1933 When Ladies Meet as Pierre
1933 The Sphinx as Luigi Baccigalupi
1933 Trick for Trick as Metzger
1933 Topaze as Dr. Bomb
1933 Men Must Fight as Soto
1933 Child of Manhattan as Carlos Spumoni Bustamente
1933 Artist's Muddles as Pietro Cellini
1932 Hypnotized
1932 Trouble in Paradise as Annoyed Opera Fan (uncredited)
1932 Guilty or Not Guilty as Pete
1932 The Big Stampede as Sonora Joe
1932 A Parisian Romance as Luis Alberni
1932 First in War as President of the Revolutionary Party of Nicarania
1932 The Woman in Room 13 as Peppi Tonelli
1932 Cock of the Air as Captain Tonnino
1931 Manhattan Parade as Vassily Vassiloff
1931 Men in Her Life as Anton
1931 The Mad Genius as Sergei Bankieff
1931 The Tip-Off as Scarno, Roadhouse Manager
1931 I Surrender Dear as Marquis
1931 The Last Flight as Spectator at Bullfight
1931 Sweepstakes as Bartender
1931 Svengali as Gecko
1930 The Santa Fe Trail as Juan Castinado
1929 The Battle of Paris
1926 The Cheerful Fraud as Valet

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