Geza L. Weisz
1904 - 1944
The actor Geza L. Weisz attaioned a huge name recognition in the second half of the 20's with special comical roles.
He made his film debut in 1926, to his first movies belong "Die Abenteuer eines Zehnmarkscheines" (26), "Der Feldherrnhügel" (26), "Das Panzergewölbe" (26) and "Das süsse Mädel" (27).
In the next years he took part in other successful productions like "Der fröhliche Weinberg" (27), "Freiwild" (28) and "Flitterwochen" (28).
With the rise of the talkies his appearances on the big screen became rarer, to his last movies belong "Hokuspokus" (30) and "Der Tanzhusar" (31).
When Adolf Hitler came to power in Germany Geza L. Weisz went to Holland
in 1933 where he joined the cabaret "Ping-Pong". There he played together
with Dora Gerzon and Kurt Egon Wolff auftrat.
Thereupon Geza L. Weisz founded a little literature agency in Amsterdam in 1935 and worked beside as a photographer and translator of books and articles.
As an actor he remained active till 1938 when his son was born, especially at the theater.
When Germany also invaded Holland he and his wife hid but were Geza
L. Weisz was arrested in 1943 because of his contact to the writer Hermann
Krelaus who should had been a adherer of Leo Trotzki.
Other movies with Geza L. Weisz: