Paul Dubov (Paul Dubov)

Paul Dubov

Paul Dubov ( Illinois , 10 October 1918 – Encino , 20 September 1979 ) was an actor and screenwriter US . He starred in almost 70 films from 1938 to 1977 and appeared in over 70 TV productions from 1952 to 1971. He was also credited as Paul Dubor.  Paul Dubov was born in Illinois, October 10, 1918. For television, he played, among others, the role of Michel in six episodes of the television series The Ann Sothern Show from 1959 to 1961 and in many other roles and appearances in numerous episodes of this television series from the 50s to the early ‘ 70’s. His last appearance on the small screen came in the episode of the television series Appointment in Palermo Reporter to the fore , which aired Feb. 26, 1971, in which he is in the role of Luigi Bardi, while for the big screen interpretation dates back to the last movie Crash! 1977 in which he plays Dr. Cross. It was also a screenwriter for several episodes of television series. He contributed to the creation of the television series Honey West , for which, among other things, he wrote several episodes and was accredited as an actor in the role of the police lieutenant Badger episode There’s a Long, Long, Fuse A’Burning . For the film he played many roles and participated in several science fiction films such as The war of tomorrow , 1959, in which he plays Lieutenant David Milburn. Interpreted, among others, Jesse Bronson in the 1959 film Love of a geisha and the captain in Caumont The door of China in 1957. He died in Encino, California , on September 20, 1979.

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  • October, 10, 1918
  • USA
  • Chicago, Illinois


  • September, 20, 1979
  • USA
  • Encino, California

Cause of Death

  • cancer


  • Non-cemetery burial in California

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