|Height:||185 cm (6' 1'')|
|Birth Day:||January 29, 1887|
|Death Date:||Jan 18, 1967 (age 79)|
As per our current Database, Albert Conti died on Jan 18, 1967 (age 79).
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He joined the Austrian army during World War I as an officer and after the war ended he immigrated to America in search of work. Before landing his first gig, he worked multiple manual labor jobs.
Conti emigrated to the United States via the Port of Philadelphia in 1919. After settling in the new country, Conti was obliged to take a series of manual labor jobs, his patrician background notwithstanding. While working in the California oil fields, he answered an open call placed by director Erich von Stroheim, who was in search of an Austrian military officer to act as technical advisor for his upcoming film Merry-Go-Round (1923).
A better actor than most of his fellow Habsburg Empire expatriates, Conti was able to secure dignified character roles in several silent and sound films; his credits ranged from Josef von Sternberg's Morocco (1930) to the early Laurel and Hardy knockabout Slipping Wives (1927). He appeared in the 1928 silent film Dry Martini as a roué artist. Though he made his last film in 1942, Albert Conti remained in the industry as an employee of the MGM wardrobe department, where he worked until his retirement in 1962.
Currently, Albert Conti is 136 years, 0 months and 4 days old. Albert Conti will celebrate 137th birthday on a Monday 29th of January 2024.
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