1870 - 1923
The actor and cabaret artist Heinrich Eisenbach was born in Vienna.
He began his artistic career in his teens at the circus in 1886 where he appeared as a clown. With his move to Budapest he widened his activity as a humorous singer and music hall dancer. There he joined the cabaret "Budapester Orpheum". He remained active in this cabaret till 1914.
Heinrich Eisenbach joined the fil business in 1912 and to his first works in front of the camera belong "Zirkusgräfin" (12) and the title role in "Wamperls und Siegellacks Liebesabenteuer" (12).
He continued his film career in the 10s and he took part in the movies "Charley, der Wunderaffe" (15), "Sami, der Seefahrer" (16), "Er muss sie haben" (17) and "Dienstmann Kohn" (19).
His last cinematical works came in the 20s into being with "Das Geld auf der Strasse" (22) and "Die drei Marien und der Herr von Marana" (23). Heinrich Eisenbach died in the same year at the age of 53.
Besides his activity as an actor he was also busy as a painter.
Heinrich Eisenbach was among others married with the singer Mitzi Telmont.
Other movies with Heinrich Eisenbach:
Moritz Wasserstrahl als Stratege (16) Das Nachtlager von Mischli-Mischloch (18)