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Maximilian Schell was born on 8 December, 1930 in Vienna, Austria, is an actor,director,writer. At 84 years old, Maximilian Schell height is 5 ft 10 in (180.0 cm).

Now We discover Maximilian Schell's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of net worth at the age of 84 years old?

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Occupation actor,director,writer
Maximilian Schell Age 84 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 8 December 1930
Birthday 8 December
Birthplace Vienna, Austria
Date of death 1 February, 2014
Died Place Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria
Nationality Austria

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Who Is Maximilian Schell's Wife?

His wife is Iva Mihanovic (20 August 2013 - 1 February 2014) ( his death), Natalya Andreychenko (1985 - 2005) ( divorced) ( 1 child)

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Wife Iva Mihanovic (20 August 2013 - 1 February 2014) ( his death), Natalya Andreychenko (1985 - 2005) ( divorced) ( 1 child)
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Maximilian Schell Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Maximilian Schell worth at the age of 84 years old? Maximilian Schell’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. He is from Austria. We have estimated Maximilian Schell's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Net Worth in 2021 Pending
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Maximilian Schell Social Network




Had appeared in the Old Vic's early 2006 production of the Arthur Miller play "Resurrection Blues", which was directed by Robert Altman in his London theatrical debut, The play was widely panned by critics, partly due to the divergent acting styles of the eclectic cast assembled by Altman, which included the urbane Englishman James Fox playing the intellectual cousin of Schell's Germanic dictator.


In 2002, Schell released Meine Schwester Maria (2002) (My Sister Maria), a documentary about the career of and his relationship with Maria Schell.


He has also continued to appear on stage, appearing in dual roles in the 2000 Broadway production of the stage version of "Judgment at Nuremberg", and most recently in Robert Altman's London production of Arthur Miller's play "Resurrection Blues" in 2006.


He has twice been nominated for an Emmy for his TV work, and won the 1993 Golden Globe for best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a series, mini-series or made-for-TV movie for Stalin (1992).


Since the 1990s, Schell has appeared in many German language made-for-TV films, such as the 2003 film Alles Glück dieser Erde (2003) (All the Luck in the World) and in the mini-series The Return of the Dancing Master (2004), which was based on Henning Mankell's novel.


Was among the actors in the running for Dr. Hans Fallada in the science fiction horror film Lifeforce (1985). Frank Finlay was cast instead.


His documentary about Marlene Dietrich, Marlene (1984), was widely hailed as a masterpiece of the non-fiction genre and garnered its producers a Best Documentary Oscar nomination in 1985.


In later life, he began directing operatic productions. His first foray in the musical medium was a Swiss production of Verdi's "La Traviata". This passion was triggered when he was performing in the play "Jedermann" (or "Everyman") in Salzburg, Austria from 1978-1982, and he came into contact with several musical conductors including Leonard Bernstein, James Levine and Claudio Abbado.


He appeared in four films with Vanessa Redgrave: Julia (1977), Young Catherine (1991), Little Odessa (1994) and Deep Impact (1998).


Schell ultimately won two more Oscar nominations for acting, in 1976 for Best Actor for The Man in the Glass Booth (1975) and in 1978 as Best Supporting Actor for Julia (1977) (which also brought him the New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor).


Schell has also has directed films, and his 1974 film The Pedestrian (1973) ("The Pedestrian"), which Schell wrote, produced, directed, and starred in, was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar and won the Golden Globe in the same category.


He directed his mother Margarete Schell Noé in two films: The Pedestrian (1973) and End of the Game (1975).


He appeared in four films with Liv Ullmann: Pope Joan (1972), A Bridge Too Far (1977), Players (1979) and The Rose Garden (1989).


He directed 2 films that were Oscar nominated for Foreign Language Film: First Love (1970) and The Pedestrian (1973).


He impressed American producers as his turn as the friend of German soldier Marlon Brando, and subsequently assayed the role of the German defense attorney in the television drama Judgment at Nuremberg (1961) on "Playhouse 90" in 1959.

He was also cast in the big screen remake, for which he won the 1961 Academy Award for Best Actor, beating out co-star Spencer Tracy for the Oscar. He also won a Golden Globe and the New York Film Critics Circle Award for the role.


He dubbed himself in the English version of Hamlet (1960).


Schell made his Hollywood debut in 1958 in the World War II film The Young Lions (1958) quite by accident, as the producers had wanted to hire his sister Maria Schell, but lines of communication got crossed, and he was the one hired.


) He learned his craft on the stage beginning in 1952, and made his reputation with appearances in German-language films and television. He is a fine Shakespearian actor, and had a huge success with "Richard III" (he has also appeared in as the eponymous prince in a German-language version of "Hamlet").


(Austria became part of Germany after the anschluss of 1938), then was occupied by the allies from 1945 until 1955, when it again joined the family of nations.


Maximilian Schell was the most successful German-speaking actor in English-language films since Emil Jannings, the winner of the first Best Actor Academy Award. Like Jannings, Schell won the Oscar, but unlike him, he was a dedicated anti-Nazi. Indeed, with the exception of Maurice Chevalier and Marcello Mastroianni, Schell was undoubtedly the most successful non-anglophone foreign actor in the history of American cinema. Schell was born in Vienna, Austria on December 8, 1930, but raised in in Zurich, Switzerland.