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|Aliases||Lionel Alfred William Atwill|
|Place of birth||Croydon, London, England|
|Date of birth||March 1st, 1885|
|Date of death||April 22nd, 1946|
|First appearance||Doctor X (1932)|
Lionel Atwill (1885 - 1946) was an English actor who has played bit parts in several Universal Pictures films throughout the 1930s and 40s. He has appeared in at least five films that fall under the "Universal Monsters" franchise. His first genre film was the 1932 mystery thriller, Doctor X. He is best remembered for his portrayal of Inspector Krogh in the 1939 film, Son of Frankenstein, the first of four Frankenstein films that would star in. Atwill's Krogh was lampooned in Mel Brooks' 1974 comedy Young Frankenstein. His last horror film was the 1945 movie House of Dracula. He passed away in Pacific Palisades, California nearly a year later.
Body of work Edit
|Doctor X||1932||Doctor Jerry Xavier|
|The Vampire Bat||1933||Otto von Niemann|
|Mystery of the Wax Museum||1933||Ivan Igor|
|Mark of the Vampire||1935||Inspector Neumann|
|Son of Frankenstein||1939||Inspector Krogh|
|Man Made Monster||1941||Doctor Paul Rigas|
|Ghost of Frankenstein||1942||Doctor Bohmer|
|Night Monster||1942||Doctor King|
|Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man||1943||Mayor of Vasaria|
|House of Frankenstein||1944||Hans Arnz|
|House of Dracula||1945||Inspector Holz|
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