J. N. Douvan-Tarzow
1873 - 1939
The actor J.N. Douvan-Tarzow was only active in front of the camera for few silent movies of the 20s.
He made his film debut playing the role of senator Hartwich in "Zirkus des Lebens" (21) directed by Johannes Guter. To his co-stars belonged Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Werner Krauss, Philipp Manning, Joseph Klein, Paul Richter and Greta Schröder.
Afterwards he appeared in a movie of director Carl Theodor Dreyer with "Die Gezeichneten" (22) with Wladimir Gajdarow, Adele Reuter-Eichberg, Hugo Döblin, Emmy Wyda, Elisabeth Pinajeff and Friedrich Kühne. Here he impersonated the role of Suchowersky.
Finally he played the leading role in "Taras Bulba" (24) directed by Vladimir Strizhevsky and Joseph N. Ermolieff at side of August Junker, Helena Makowska and Oscar Marion.
His last cinematical work came with the French production "600'000 francs par mois" with Charles Vanel, Nicolas Koline and Madeleine Guitty into being.