Fyodor Otsep Net Worth

Fyodor Otsep Net Worth is
$15 Million

Fyodor Otsep Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Fyodor Otsep was born on February 9, 1895 in Moscow, Russian Empire. He was a director and writer, known for The Adventures of the Three Reporters (1926), Der Mörder Dimitri Karamasoff (1931) and The Living Corpse (1929). He was married to Anna Sten. He died on June 20, 1949 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthFebruary 9, 1895
Place Of BirthMoscow, Russian Empire [now Russia]
ProfessionDirector, Writer, Actor
Star SignAquarius
1Became artistic supervisor of the Russian film cooperative in 1918. Went to Germany to direct Der Mörder Dimitri Karamasoff (1931). After Hitler's rise to power, moved to France and directed several films there. Was interned for some time at the outbreak of war, then proceeded to the U.S. by way of Canada. Among his best known work is the screenplay for the pioneer science fiction film Aelita (1924).
2Uncle of Yuli Raizman.


Whispering City1947as Fedor Ozep
The Fortress1947
Cero en conducta1945as Fedor Ozep
Le père Chopin1945
Three Russian Girls1943as Fedor Ozep
It Happened in Gibraltar1938as Fedor Ozep
La principessa Tarakanova1938as Fedor Ozep
La dame de pique1937as Fedor Ozep
La peur1934
Amok1934as Fedor Ozep
Mirages de Paris1933as Fedor Ozep
Großstadtnacht1932as Fedor Ozep
Les frères Karamazoff1931as Fédor Ozep
Der Mörder Dimitri Karamasoff1931as Fjodor Ozep
The Living Corpse1929
The Yellow Ticket1928
Miss Mend1926


La dame de pique1937screenplay - as Fedor Ozep
Two Who Dared1936story
Mirages de Paris1933writer
Großstadtnacht1932as Fedor Ozep
Les frères Karamazoff1931screenplay - as Fédor Ozep
Der Mörder Dimitri Karamasoff1931as Fjodor Ozep
The Living Corpse1929writer
Kukla s millionami1928writer
The Yellow Ticket1928writer
Miss Mend1926
Kollezhskiy registrator1925
Papirosnitsa ot Mosselproma1924
Pikovaya dama1916


Shakhmatnaya goryachka1925ShortGame spectator (uncredited)


Der Mörder Dimitri Karamasoff1931as Fjodor Ozep

Nominated Awards

1934Mussolini CupVenice Film FestivalBest Foreign FilmAmok (1934)

Known for movies

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