Leo Stein Net Worth

Leo Stein Net Worth is
$6 Million

Leo Stein Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Leo Stein (May 11, 1872 – July 29, 1947) was an American art collector and critic. He was born in Allegheny City (now in Pittsburgh), the older brother of Gertrude Stein. He became an influential promoter of 20th-century paintings. Beginning in 1892, he studied at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, for two years. The following year, he traveled the world with his cousin, Fred. In 1897, he transferred to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1898.Stein spent a number of years living in Paris with his sister. In 1914, the two split due to Leo's resentment of Gertrude's infatuation with Alice B. Toklas, whom he described as "a kind of abnormal vampire". Stein returned to America to work as a journalist but eventually settled near Florence, Italy, with his long-time love interest, Nina Auzias. They eventually married in 1921.Stein died of cancer in 1947 in Florence. Auzias committed suicide two years later.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthMarch 25, 1861
Place Of BirthLemberg, Galicia, Austria-Hungary
ProfessionWriter, Soundtrack
Star SignAries
1Not to be confused with American art collector and critic Leo Stein (1872- 1947) [also Gertrude Stein's older brother].


The Metropolitan Opera HD Live2015TV Series original libretto by - 1 episode
Die lustige Witwe2007TV Movie libretto
La Veuve Joyeuse2007TV Movie libretto - as Léo Stein
Der Graf von Luxemburg2006TV Movie libretto
Die lustige Witwe2005TV Movie libretto
Great Performances2002TV Series libretto - 1 episode
La veuve joyeuse1997TV Movie libretto
Die lustige Witwe1993TV Movie libretto
The Merry Widow1988TV Movie libretto
La veuve joyeuse1983TV Movie libretto
Polská krev1978TV Movie libretto
Czardasfyrstinnen1973TV Movie
Wiener Blut1972TV Movie libretto
Die Csárdásfürstin1971libretto
Polenblut1966TV Movie libretto
Die lustige Witwe1962libretto
Gay Operetta1959TV Series libretto - 1 episode
Airs de France1958TV Series libretto by - 1 episode
The Csardas Princess1958libretto
Max Liebman Presents: The Merry Widow1955TV Movie libretto by
A Princesa das Czardas1952TV Movie libretto
The Merry Widow1952operetta
Die Csardasfürstin1951libretto
Musical Comedy Time1950TV Series operetta - 1 episode
Vienna Blood1942libretto
La veuve joyeuse1935libretto Die lustige Witwe
Princesse Czardas1934after
Polská krev1934operetta
The Merry Widow1934based on book and lyrics by
The Csardas Princess1934libretto
Das süße Mädel1926libretto
The Merry Widow1925adapted from the musical comedy by
La veuve joyeuse1913Short writer
A Viúva Alegre1910Short libretto
Die lustige Witwe: Dummer Reitersmann1908Short based on book and lyrics by
Die Lustige Witwe1907Short libretto


Yarden2016"Heut noch werd ich Ehefrau"
Die lustige Witwe2005TV Movie "Die lustige Witwe, Operetta in three acts"
Man of the Century1999writer: "The Merry Widow Waltz" - as Leo Stein
Liebestraum1991lyrics: "The Merry Widow Waltz"
Szomszédok1990TV Series lyrics - 1 episode
A tanú1969lyrics: "Jaj, cica"
Reflections in a Golden Eye1967lyrics: "Mazurka" - uncredited
The Merry Widow1952lyrics: "The Merry Widow Waltz" - uncredited
The Csardas Princess1934"Dir Csárdásfürstin, Operette in drei Akten 1915" excerpt / lyrics: "Wir Mädels, wir Mädels, wir Mädels vom Chantant!", "Mädels gibt es wunderfeine", "Ganz ohne Weiber geht die Chose nicht", "Spiel, Zigeuner, mir was Feines", "Machen wir's den Schwalben nach", "Das ist die Liebe", "Tausend kleine Englein singen habt euch lieb"

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