March 24, 1907 - January 16, 1994
Born in Barkotzen, Germany
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A Few Favorite Memories of Martin Kosleck
- As "Wolfgang Petersen" in the German production Alraune (1930, English title: Daughter of Evil),
directed by Richard Oswald, produced by Erich Pommer, based on the novel by Hanns Heinz Ewers.
Starring Brigitte Helm and Albert Basserman.
- As "Dr. Paul Joseph Goebbels" in Confessions of a Nazi Spy (1939), directed by Anatole Litvak.
Starring Edward G. Robinson, Francis Lederer, George Sanders and Paul Lukas, with
Sig Ruman, Lionel Royce, Henry Victor, Rudolph Anders, Eily Malyon, Ward Bond, Egon Brecher,
Gil Perkins (as Goebbels' aide), Tempe Pigott, Lucien Prival and Charles Trowbridge.
- As "Otto King" in Nick Carter - Master Detective (1939), directed by Jacques Tourneur.
Starring Walter Pidgeon as Nick Carter, with Rita Johnson, Henry Hull, Stanley Ridges, Donald Meek,
Addison Richards, Henry Victor, Millburn Stone, Frank Faylen and Sterling Holloway.
- As "Gamble, Archer's Butler" in the mystery Calling Philo Vance (1940), directed by William Clemens.
Starring James Stephenson as Philo Vance, with Margot Stevenson , Henry O'Neill ,
Edward Brophy, Ralph Forbes, Jimmy Conlin, Creighton Hale, Egon Brecher, Yakima Canutt,
William Hopper and George Reeves.
- As "Tramp" in Foreign Correspondent (1940), directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
Starring Joel McCrea, Laraine Day, Herbert Marshall and George Sanders, with
Albert Bassermann , Robert Benchley, Edmund Gwenn, Eduardo Ciannelli, Ian Wolfe, Charles Halton, Holmes Herbert, Leonard Mudie,
E.E. Clive, Elspeth Dudgeon, John George, Eily Malyon and Alfred Hitchcock (Man with Newspaper on Street),
- As "Maurice Gretz" in The Mad Doctor (1941), directed by Tim Whelan.
Starring Basil Rathbone, with Ellen Drew, John Howard, Ralph Morgan, Hugh Sothern, Billy Benedict,
Wanda McKay and Henry Victor.
- As "Bruner" in International Lady (1941).
- As "Steindorff" in the Warner Bros. gangster / comedy / homefront war adventure All Through the Night (1942).
- As "Kurt Richten" in Nazi Agent (1942).
- As "Captain von Rau" in Berlin Correspondent (1942).
- As "Dr. Richter" in The North Star (1943).
- As "Dr. Hauss" in Universal's very interesting serial The Great Alaskan Mystery (1944).
- As "Joseph Goebbels" in The Hitler Gang (1944).
- As "Josef" in Secrets of Scotland Yard (1944).
- As "Ragheb" in Universal's The Mummy's Curse (1944).
- As "Dr. Rudi Polden" in Universal's The Frozen Ghost (1945).
- As "Examiner" in Strange Holiday (1945).
- As "Mirko" in Universal's "Sherlock Holmes" mystery Pursuit to Algiers (1945).
- As "Karl Ganss" in Just Before Dawn (1946).
- As "Marcel De Lange" in Universal's House of Horrors (1946).
- As "Edmund Dantes, Count of Monte Cristo" in PRCs The Wife of Monte Cristo (1946), directed by Edgar G. Ulmer.
- As "Dwight Severn" in Universal's She-Wolf of London (1946).
- As "Dr. O.E. Frisch" in The Beginning or the End (1947).
- As "Count Boris Petrov" in the "Bowery Boys" comedy Smugglers' Cove (1948).
- As "Col. Andre Bertroux" in the chilling "Waxworks" episode of the TV anthology series Thriller, hosted by Boris Karloff (January 8, 1962).
- As "Joseph Goebbels" in Hitler (1962).
- As "Director" in "The Fear-Makers" episode of Irwin Allen's TV sci-fi adventure series
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (September 28,1964), starring Richard Basehart and David Hedison.
- As "Prof. Peter Bartell" in The Flesh Eaters (1964).
- As "Dr. Leo Hausner" in "The Brain of Colonel Barham" episode of the TV sci-fi fantasy series The Outer Limits (January 2, 1965).
- As "Groupenfurher Kraatz" in 36 Hours (1965).
- As "Dr. Drago" in the "Weekend Vampire" episode of the TV secret-agent sitcom
Get Smart (December 18, 1965) created by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry, and starring Don Adams and Barbara Feldon.
- As "Count Hackmar" in "The Night of the Big Blackmail" episode of the TV western secret-agent series
The Wild Wild West (September 27, 1968), starring Robert Conrad and Ross Martin.
- As "Igor" in "The Night of the Diva" episode of the TV western secret-agent series
The Wild Wild West (March 7, 1969), starring Robert Conrad and Ross Martin.
- As "General" in "The Bunker: Part 1" and "The Bunker: Part 2" episodes of the TV secret-agency series
Mission: Impossible (March 2 and 9, 1969), starring Peter Graves, Martin Landau and Barbara Bain..
- As "German Submarine Commander" in Which Way to the Front? (1970).
- As "Hugo" in "The Devil Is Not Mocked" episode of the TV horror/fantasy anthology series
Night Gallery (October 27, 1971), created and hosted by Rod Serling.
- As "General" in the "Sergeant Gork" episode of the TV sitcom Sanford and Son (March 12, 1976), starring Redd Foxx and Demond Wilson.
- As "Horst Borsht" in The Man with Bogart's Face (1980).
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