Herbert Berghof

Herbert Berghof

Highest Rated: 100% 5 Fingers (1952)

Lowest Rated: 50% Times Square (1980)

Birthday: Sep 13, 1909

Birthplace: Not Available

A graduate of the University of Vienna and the Vienna State Academy of Dramatic Art, Austrian-born Herbert Berghof spent the greater portion of his theatrical career in the United States. He was seen in such stage productions as The Andersonville Trial and In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer; his rare film appearances include Five Fingers (1952) and Cleopatra (1963). Berghof is better known for his accomplishments as a director and acting teacher. His many directorial credits include the first New York staging of Beckett's Waiting for Godot, starring Bert Lahr and E.G. Marshall, in 1956. Among Herbert Berghof's acting students were such illustrious alumni as Geraldine Page, Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino, Anne Bancroft and Matthew Broderick.

Highest Rated Movies



71% Target Schroeder 1985
No Score Yet The Belarus File Buchardt 1985
50% Times Square Dr. Huber 1980
No Score Yet Those Lips, Those Eyes Dr. Julius Fuldauer 1980
No Score Yet Voices Nathan Rothman 1979
No Score Yet Dark Victory Dr. Kassiter 1976
83% Harry and Tonto Rivetowski 1974
No Score Yet Mastermind Actor 1969
61% Cleopatra Theodotus 1963
No Score Yet Fraulein Karl 1958
No Score Yet Diplomatic Courier Arnov 1952
No Score Yet Red Planet Mars Franz Calder 1952
100% 5 Fingers Col. von Richter 1952
No Score Yet Assignment: Paris Andreas Ordy 1952


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