February 16, 1880 - August 12, 1946
Born in Olmütz, Austria-Hungary (now Olomouc, Czech Republic)
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A Few Favorite Memories of Egon Brecher
- As "The Majordomo," glowering servant of devil cult master Hjalmar Poelzig in Edgar G. Ulmer's stylish Karloff/Lugosi classic The Black Cat (1934).
- As the Coroner in Tod Browning's red herring vampire film Mark of the Vampire (1935).
- As the camel-riding Priest who greets Dr. Wilfred Glendon in Tibet and warns him about the dangers he's facing,
just before he meets his hairy fate in Werewolf of London (1935).
Starring Henry Hull, Warner Oland, Valerie Hobson, Lester Matthews and Spring Byington.
- As the Lead Villager (in a dark leather hat), baffled by twin, polar-opposite Karloffs in The Black Room (1935).
- As a detective in Tod Browning's fantastic The Devil Doll (1936).
- As "Debriac," henchman of the brutal prison commander who plagues innocent Boris Karloff in Devil's Island (1939).
- As "Dr. Gerig," joining the fun in a quest for an albino gorilla (played by Ray Corrigan) in the low budget programmer White Pongo (1945).
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