Albert Lieven

Albert Lieven

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An original vintage circa 1940s page, clearly signed in ink by Albert Lieven.


From the vintage scrapbook of Julia James collected around the London Theatres between 1945-1955. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.


12x13cm Sized Page


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About Albert Lieven

Albert Lieven

ALBERT LIEVEN d1971. German actor who started his film career in "AnneMarie" (1932). During the next four years he appeared in another sixteen films, including the German film adaptation of Charley's Aunt. Owing to the rise of the Nazi Party in Germany (and his wife Tatjana being Jewish) he moved to Britain in 1937. He spent the years of WW2 mainly in roles depicting Nazis in British films and not finding them overly challenging as an actor. He appeared on the London stage in 1939 in the comedy Rake's Progress but was largely acting in films including the classic "The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp" (1943). He died in London aged 65 on December 22nd 1971.


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