2 January 1886|
|Died||7 March 1931
|Occupation||Actor, film director|
Born in Romania, Pick's father was a Jewish Austrian, his mother, of Romanian origin. He began as a stage actor in Hamburg, Flensburg and Berlin before 1910. In 1917 he founded the film company Rex-Film AG.
He served on the board of the Film Association of Industrialists (Vorstand des Verbandes der Filmindustriellen), SPIO and the Film Directors Association of Germany (Verbandes der Filmregisseure Deutschlands) and worked intensively to establish the union-based umbrella organization of Filmmakers in Germany (Filmschaffenden Deutschlands) (Dacho). He was the organization's first chairman.
Pick was married to actress Edith Posca.
- Die geheimnisvolle Villa (1914)
- A Night of Horror (1916)
- Tales of Hoffman (1916)
- Frank Hansen's Fortune (1917)
- The Picture of Dorian Gray (1917)
- The Mirror of the World (1918)
- Shattered (1921)
- City in View (1923)
- New Year's Eve (1924)
- The Last Horse Carriage in Berlin (1926)
- The House of Lies (1926)
- Family Gathering in the House of Prellstein (1927)
- Spies (1928)
- A Knight in London (1929)
- The Street Song (1931)
- Hans Morgenstern "Jüdisches biographisches Lexikon. Eine Sammlung von bedeutenden Persönlichkeiten jüdischer Herkunft ab 1800", LIT Verlag, Vienna; p.637
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