Gregory Ratoff

Director, Actor
Czarist emigre who worked on Broadway before being typecast as a heavily accented foreigner in Hollywood films from the early 1930s. His best-remembered performance is as the harassed theater producer Max Fabian in "All ... Read more »
Born: 04/20/1897 in Russia

Filmography

Actor (29)

The Big Gamble 1961 (Movie)

Kaltenberg (Actor)

Exodus 1960 (Movie)

Lakavitch (Actor)

Once More, With Feeling 1960 (Movie)

Maxwell Archer (Actor)

The Sun Also Rises 1957 (Movie)

Count Mippipopolous (Actor)

O. Henry's Full House 1952 (Movie)

Behrman (Actor)

All About Eve 1950 (Movie)

Max Fabian (Actor)

Sing, Baby, Sing 1935 (Movie)

Nicholas K. Alexander (Actor)

King of Burlesque 1934 (Movie)

Kolpolpeck (Actor)

I'm No Angel 1932 (Movie)

Benny Pinkowitz (Actor)

What Price Hollywood? 1931 (Movie)

Julius Saxe (Actor)

Cafe Metropole (Movie)

Paul (Actor)

Gateway (Movie)

Prince Michael (Actor)

George White's Scandals (Movie)

Pest Salesman (Actor)

Girl without a Room (Movie)

General (Actor)

Headline Shooter (Movie)

Gottlieb (Actor)

Here Comes Trouble (Movie)

Ivan Petroff (Actor)

Let's Fall in Love (Movie)

Max (Actor)

Professional Sweetheart (Movie)

Ipswich (Actor)

Remember Last Night (Movie)

Faronea (Actor)

Sally, Irene and Mary (Movie)

Baron Zorka (Actor)

Sitting Pretty (Movie)

Tannenbaum (Actor)

Skyscraper Souls (Movie)

Vinmont (Actor)

Symphony of Six Million (Movie)

Meyer Klauber (Actor)

The Great Profile (Movie)

Boris Mefoofsky (Actor)

The Moon Is Blue (Movie)

Taxi Driver (Actor)

The Road to Glory (Movie)

Bouffiou (Actor)

Top of the Town (Movie)

J.J. Stone (Actor)

Under Two Flags (Movie)

Ivan (Actor)

Under Your Spell (Movie)

Petroff (Actor)
Director (21)

Oscar Wilde 1959 (Movie)

(Director)

Where Do We Go From Here? 1945 (Movie)

(Director)

Irish Eyes Are Smiling 1944 (Movie)

(Director)

Something to Shout About 1942 (Movie)

(Director)

Adam Had Four Sons 1940 (Movie)

(Director)

Intermezzo 1938 (Movie)

(Director)

Barricade (Movie)

(Director)

Black Magic (Movie)

(Director)

Carnival in Costa Rica (Movie)

(Director)

Day-Time Wife (Movie)

(Director)

Do You Love Me? (Movie)

(Director)

Footlight Serenade (Movie)

(Director)

Hotel for Women (Movie)

(Director)

I Was an Adventuress (Movie)

(Director)

Moss Rose (Movie)

(Director)

Paris Underground (Movie)

(Director)

Rose of Washington Square (Movie)

(Director)

Song of Russia (Movie)

(Director)

The Corsican Brothers (Movie)

(Director)

The Men in Her Life (Movie)

(Director)

Two Yanks in Trinidad (Movie)

(Director)
Producer (3)

Something to Shout About 1942 (Movie)

(Producer)

Black Magic (Movie)

(Producer)

The Men in Her Life (Movie)

(Producer)
Writer (1)

Cafe Metropole (Movie)

(Screen Story)
Other (1)

Ingrid 1984 (Movie)

film extract("Intermezzo" (1939)) (Other)

Biography

Czarist emigre who worked on Broadway before being typecast as a heavily accented foreigner in Hollywood films from the early 1930s. His best-remembered performance is as the harassed theater producer Max Fabian in "All About Eve" (1950). Ratoff made his directorial debut in 1936 and turned out mostly unexceptional pictures, firstly in Hollywood and then, from the late 1940s, in England. He is best known for "Intermezzo" (1939)--Ingrid Bergman's first English-language film--and "Oscar Wilde" (1960), starring Robert Morley.

Relationships

Maria Kostes

Wife

Leonie Leontovich

Wife
divorced born 1900 died 1993

EDUCATION

University of St Petersburg

University of St Petersburg

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