1881 - 1950
The actor Bernd Aldor learnt his acting abilities at the theater school Carl Arnau in Vienna, afterwards he first worked as an extra on stage.
In the year 1900 he got his first contract in Znaim. There he met the then unknown Richard Oswald who later became a well-known director who alse engaged Bernd Aldor for several of his movies.
In the next years he acted at different theaters and in 1906 he came to Berlin where he appeared at the Schiller Theater.
Bernd Aldor began his film career in 1913 with movies like "Ave Maria" (13) and "Die Czernowska" (13). Already in the 10's began a teamwork with the director Richard Oswald and he took part in his movies "Zirkusblut" (16), "Das Bildnis des Dorian Gray" (17), "Es werde Licht" (17), "Es werde Licht, 2. Teil" (18) and "Halbseide" (25).
In the 20's he appeared in well-known movies like "Der Menschenfeind" (23), "Die Todgeweihten" (24) and "Der alte Fritz" (27).
With the arise of the talkies ended his career, he only acted in few
more movies like "Dreyfus" (30), "Zwei Menschen" (30), "Elisabeth von Österreich"
(31) und "Danton" (31).
In 1938 he was banned from the NS Reichsfilmkammer because his Aryan
origin was not clearly verified. At this time Bernd Aldor was presumably
no longer in Germany but in the nearby abroad.
Other movies with Bernd Aldor: