Martin Kosleck

Martin Kosleck

  • Born on
    • March 24th, 1904
  • Died on
    • January 15th, 1994
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Martin Kosleck (born Nicolaie Yoshkin, March 24, 1904 – January 15, 1994) was a German film actor. Like many other German actors, he fled when the Nazis came to power. Inspired by his deep hatred of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis, Kosleck made a career in Hollywood playing villainous Nazis in films. While in the United States, he appeared in more than 80 films and television shows in a 46-year span. His icy demeanor and piercing stare on screen made him a popular choice to play Nazi villains. He portrayed Joseph Goebbels, Adolf Hitler's propaganda minister, five times, and also appeared as an SS trooper and a concentration camp officer.


Acting (16 Credits)

1966Agent for H.A.R.M. as Basil Malko
1965Morituri as Wilke
1964The Flesh Eaters as Prof. Peter Bartell
196436 Hours as Kraatz
1961Something Wild as Landlord
1946House of Horrors as Marcel De Lange
1946She-Wolf of London as Dwight Severn
1945The Frozen Ghost as Rudi
1945Pursuit to Algiers as Mirko
1944The Mummy's Curse as Ragheb
1943The North Star as Dr. Richter
1942Nazi Agent as Kurt Richten
1942All Through the Night as Steindorff
1941Underground as Heller
1940Foreign Correspondent as Tramp
1939Confessions of a Nazi Spy as Joseph Goebbels (uncredited)

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