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Ferdinand Schumann-Heink

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Ferdinand Schumann-Heink
Ferdinand Schumann-Heink - Jan 1925 MPW.jpg
Schumann-Heink in 1925
Born(1893-08-09)9 August 1893
Died15 September 1958(1958-09-15) (aged 65)
Resting placeFort Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego County, California
OccupationActor
Years active1925–1944
Spouse(s)June Osborne
(m. 19??)

Ferdinand Schumann-Heink (born 9 August 1893 – 15 September 1958)[citation needed] was a prolific character actor with over 65 films to his credit.

Though most of his films were uncredited roles, he wrote the screenplay for the 1930 film Mamba.[1]

During the First World War Ferdinand enlisted in the U.S. Army Field Artillery, serving at Camp Funston, Arizona, until he was medically discharged with weakened lungs from pneumonia.[2] Ferdinand's brother George Washington Schumann-Heink died of illness whilst in the US Army. His brother August had returned to Germany, where he was killed in action with the Imperial German Navy when his U-boat hit a mine in the Mediterranean Sea.[3]

Personal life

Heink was the son of opera singer Ernestine Schumann-Heink.[4] He was married to June Osborne.

Death

He died in 1958 in Los Angeles, California. He was buried in Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego County, California.[citation needed]

Selected filmography

Notes

  1. ^ "Schumann-Heink 69, 'Could not retire'". The New York Times. 16 June 1930. Retrieved 21 July 2011. Then she drew him out to the centre of the stage and introduced him to the audience as her son, Ferdinand Schumann-Heink. "He's the author of 'Mamba'; ...
  2. ^ http://www.balboaparkhistory.net/glimpses/scheink.htm
  3. ^ "Schumann-Heink Sails for Germany" (PDF). The New York Times. 3 August 1919.
  4. ^ "Schumann-Heink sues movie man". The Evening Independent. 23 December 1925. Retrieved 21 July 2011.

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