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Also Known As: Lennie South, Lenny South, Len South Died:
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Nicholas Soussanin was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Soussanin began his career with roles in "A Gentleman of Paris" (1927), "Hotel Imperial" (1927) and the Emil Jannings dramatic adaptation "The Last Command" (1928). Soussanin next focused his career on film, appearing in "The Woman Disputed" (1928), "The Yellow Lily" (1928) and the Beatrice Lillie comedy "Are You There?" (1930). He also appeared in "White Shoulders" (1931). Later in his career, Soussanin acted in "Under Two Flags" (1936).

Nicholas Soussanin was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Soussanin began his career with roles in "A Gentleman of Paris" (1927), "Hotel Imperial" (1927) and the Emil Jannings dramatic adaptation "The Last Command" (1928). Soussanin next focused his career on film, appearing in "The Woman Disputed" (1928), "The Yellow Lily" (1928) and the Beatrice Lillie comedy "Are You There?" (1930). He also appeared in "White Shoulders" (1931). Later in his career, Soussanin acted in "Under Two Flags" (1936).

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