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Occupation  Actor
Name  Tenen Holtz
Children  Naomi Tenenholtz
Years active  1926-1961
Role  Actor
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Full Name  Elihu Tenenholtz
Born  February 17, 1877 (1877-02-17) Imperial Russia
Died  July 1, 1971, Los Angeles County, California, United States
Movies  The Cardboard Lover, The Duke Steps Out, International Crime, Gentleman's Fate, Money Means Nothing
Similar People  Nelson Riddle, James W Horne, Joseph W Farnham, H M Walker, Paul Bern

Tenen holtz

Tenen Holtz (February 17, 1877 – July 1, 1971) was a Russian Empire born American actor. He appeared in nearly 60 films between 1926 and 1961.


He was born Elihu Tenenholtz in Volhynia, Imperial Russia and came to the United States at ten years of age. His first appearance in amateur Yiddish theatricals occurred in 1903, in staged readings of the works of Yiddish author Sholom Aleichem. His final television appearance was as murder victim Otto Joseph in the 1964 Perry Mason episode, "The Case of the Arrogant Arsonist".

He died in Los Angeles County, California in 1971, aged 94.

Selected filmography

  • Upstage (1926)
  • Exit Smiling (1926)
  • Frisco Sally Levy (1927)
  • The Trail of '98 (1928)
  • Detectives (1928)
  • The Cardboard Lover (1928)
  • Old Gray Hoss (1928)
  • Bringing Up Father (1928)
  • House of Horror (1929)
  • Noisy Noises (1929)
  • Three Live Ghosts (1929)
  • Lilies of the Field (1930)
  • The Melody Man (1930)
  • The Woman Racket (1930)
  • Three Girls Lost (1931)
  • Whistling in the Dark (1933)
  • Cipher Bureau (1938)
  • References

    Tenen Holtz Wikipedia