Paul Lukas

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Paul Lukas
Paul Lukas
Lukas in 1950
Birthday/Birthplace Pál Lukács
(1894-05-26)May 26, 1894
Budapest, Austria-Hungary
Deceased August 15, 1971(1971-08-15)
Tangier, Morocco
Resting place Cementerio de Benalmádena, Andalucia, Spain
Profession(s) Actor
Active Years 1916–70
Wife/Husband Gizella “Daisy” Benes (1927–1962; her death)
Annette M. Driesens (1963–1971; his death)
Parent(s) Mária Zilahy
János Lukács

Paul Lukas’s Biography

Lukas was born in Budapest in 1895. In 1927, he moved to Hollywood after a successful film and theatrical career in Hungary, Germany and Austria, where he worked with Max Reinhardt. He made his theatrical debut in Budapest in 1916 and his film debut in 1917. Initially, he played casanovas, but eventually was cast in villainous roles. In 1933 he was nationalized American. Lukas was quite active during the 1930s, appearing in films like Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lady Vanishes, the comedy Ladies in Love and the drama Dodsworth.

However, his most important role came in 1943, when he starred in Watch on the Rhine. For this performance he won an Oscar and a Golden Globe Award. He is also known for his personification of Professor Arronax in the 1954 film Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.

During the 1940s, Lukas was a member of the Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals, a lobby that opposed any communist influence in Hollywood.

During the last years of his career, he acted in both film, theater and television. He died in Tangier (Morocco).

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