Stefan Schnabel

Lowest Rated: 40% Lovesick (1983)
Birthday: Feb 2, 1912
Birthplace: Not Available
The son of German pianist Artur Schnabel, Stefan Schnabel prepared for a theatrical career at the University of Bonn and London's Old Vic. Schnabel made his Broadway debut in 1937 as a member of Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre, playing meaty roles in such ambitious Mercury efforts as Julius Caesar and Shoemaker's Holiday. He made his first film appearance in the Welles-produced Journey Into Fear (1942), and thereafter was seen in roles calling for Teutonic bombast. Back on Broadway in the 1950s and 1960s, Schnabel essayed one of his best-loved roles: Papa Yoder in the musical Plain and Fancy. In the late 1960s-early 1970s, he was seen in a number of off-Broadway productions, including Tango and In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer. On television, Stefan Schnabel spent several years in the role of Dr. Steven Jackson in the CBS daytimer The Guiding Light, and in 1959 played "Firebeard" in the syndicated adventure weekly Tales of the Vikings.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
60% Green Card Party Guest 1990
No Score Yet Dracula's Widow Von Helsing 1988
No Score Yet Anna Professor 1987
No Score Yet Stone Pillow Mr. Berman 1985
No Score Yet Brass Norman Steingarten 1985
40% Lovesick Gunnar Bergser, M.D. 1983
42% Firefox First Secretary 1982
No Score Yet The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington Elderly Gentleman 1977
No Score Yet Mr. Inside/Mr. Outside Actor 1973
80% The Ugly American Andrei Krupitzyn 1963
No Score Yet Rampage Sakai Chief 1963
No Score Yet Freud Actor 1962
No Score Yet The Counterfeit Traitor Gestapo Agent at Funeral 1962
100% Two Weeks in Another Town Zeno 1962
60% Town Without Pity Actor 1961
No Score Yet Question 7 Actor 1961
No Score Yet The 27th Day Leader 1957
85% Houdini Prosecuting Attorney 1953
No Score Yet Diplomatic Courier Platov 1952
No Score Yet Barbary Pirate Yusof 1949
No Score Yet The Iron Curtain Ranev 1948
75% Journey Into Fear Purser 1943

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents
1955-1962
Siani
  • 1962

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