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Also Known As: Abraham Leon Springer Fuchs Died:
Born: May 15, 1911 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Poland Profession: actor

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CAST: (feature film)

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 Avalon (1990) Hymie Krichinsky
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 The Frisco Kid (1979) Chief Rabbi
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 The Story of Ruth (1960) Sochin
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 Mazel Tov Yidden (1941)
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 Mazel Tov Yidden (1941)
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 Americaner Schadchen (1940) Nat Silver
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 I Want to Be a Mother (1937) Benchik [Chiam] Bok, Bas Sheva's brother
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Began acting at age 5
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Attracted attention at age 17 for work at the Quid Pro Quo Theater, Warsaw
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Play "The Lucky Boy" written to showcase his talent; performed at Jacob Adler Second Avenue Theatre, New York
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Performance in the Los Angeles Music Center production of "The Great Waltz" seen by Hal Prince; led to two-year starring role in original stage production of "Cabaret"
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Toured in South America, France, England, and Israel with various plays
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Various TV appearances on such shows as "The Ed Sullivan Show," "Green Acres," and "Sanford and Son"
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Notes

Albert Einstein personally congratulated Fuchs on his performance in the play "Salvation."

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