Stefan Schnabel

Stefan Schnabel

  • Born on
    • February 2nd, 1912
  • Died on
    • March 11th, 1999
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Stefan Schnabel (February 2, 1912, Berlin, Germany – March 11, 1999, Rogaro, Italy) was an actor best remembered for having portrayed Dr. Stephen Jackson for sixteen years on the CBS soap opera The Guiding Light, on which he appeared from 1965 to 1981. In addition to his television work, Schnabel appeared frequently on the stage, including playing the role of Metellus Cimber in Orson Welles's "Blackshirt" stage version of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, set in Fascist Italy, in 1937. (Welles himself played Brutus.) Schnabel was also in over sixty films, including The Iron Curtain (1948), with his last role in the 1990 film Green Card. He also played the Soviet First Secretary in the 1982 Clint Eastwood suspense thriller Firefox. He was the son of famed classical pianist Artur Schnabel. Description above from the Wikipedia article Stefan Schnabel,licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


Acting (15 Credits)

1990Green Card as Party Guest
1987Anna as Professor
1983Lovesick as Gunnar Bergsen, M.D.
1982Firefox as First Secretary
1975The Happy Hooker as Elderly Gentleman
1963Rampage as Sakai Cheif
1963The Ugly American
1962The Counterfeit Traitor as Gestapo agent at funeral
1962Two Weeks in Another Town as Zeno
1962Freud as Chairman of Medical Profession in Vienna (uncredited)
1957The 27th Day as The Soviet General
1953Houdini as German Prosecuting Attorney
1952Diplomatic Courier as Rasumny Platov
1948The Iron Curtain as Col. Ilya Ranov
1943Journey Into Fear as Translator for ships captain

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