Louis Sorin

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Louis Sorin (September 23, 1893 – December 14, 1961) was an American actor.

Louis Sorin was born and died in New York, New York. He appeared in 15 films between 1929 and 1961. He was also a prolific theatre actor, notably appearing on Broadway in more than 20 productions between 1923 and 1952

Sorin is perhaps best known to modern audiences for his performances as Roscoe W. Chandler in The Marx Brothers 1930 film Animal Crackers, a role he also played onstage, and as Mr. Manicotti in the Honeymooners episode "Mama Loves Mambo" (1956).

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