Robert Strauss

  Male      American      Actor

  Born : Nov 08, 1913  -
  Died : Feb 20, 1975

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Robert Strauss (November 8, 1913 – February 20, 1975) was a gravel-voiced American actor.

Strauss began his career as a classical actor, appearing in The Tempest and Macbeth on Broadway in 1930. Comedy became his speciality, and he was known best as Stalag 17's Stanislas "Animal" Kuzawa, a role he created in the original 1951 Broadway production and reprised in the 1953 film adaptation, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.

His memorable comic characters included a maniac called "Jack the Slasher" in the 1953 Bob Hope comedy film Here Come the Girls and Daisy Mae's cretinous suitor Romeo Scragg in 1959's musical comedy Li'l Abner, based on the Broadway show. He also was featured in the 1955 Marilyn Monroe comedy film The Seven Year Itch...

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