1885 - 1974
The actor Pavel Pavloff was born as Polycarpe Paloff.
He made his screen debut with "Satana likuyushchiy (17) where he played a painter.
In the 20s he took part in productions like "Es leuchtet meine Liebe" (22) as Wolfsdiktator, playing the role of a coroner in "Raskolnikow" (23), as prison guard in "I.N.R.I." (23), "Die Macht der Finsternis" as Akim Matjejew and finally as Dr. Orth in "Geheimnisse einer Seele" (26).
It followed a longer interruption before he continued his film career in England in the 50s.
There he appeared in movies like "Innocent in Paris" (53), "Anastasia" (56) with Ingrid Bergman and Yul Brynner as well as "Austerlitz" (60) directed by Abel Gance with Claudia Cardinale, Martine Carol, Jean Marais and Orson Welles.