Actor Edwin August was a dynamic talent on the big screen in dramatic roles. In 1908, he began working as an actor for World Films in New York. August began his career with a role on "One Is Business, the Other Crime" (1912). August made film his next project, appearing in "The Blonde Vampire" (1922) and the comedy "Over My Dead Body" (1942) with Milton Berle. Later in his career, August acted in the Joseph Cotten drama "The Magnificent Ambersons" (1942). August passed away in March 1964 at the age of 81.