|Intro||American actor and writer|
|Was||Actor Entertainer Circus performer Stage actor Screenwriter|
|From||United States of America|
|Field||Entertainment Film, TV, Stage & Radio|
|Birth||26 May 1884, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, U.S.A.|
|Death||29 March 1945, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, U.S.A. (aged 60 years)|
George Michael Rosener (May 26, 1884-March 29, 1945) was an American film actor. He also wrote and acted in the Frank Buck serial Jungle Menace.
Rosener began his acting career at age 19 as a circus clown, followed by stints in tent and medicine shows, vaudeville, and stock companies. He was a playwright whose 1927 play Speakeasy (written with Edward Knoblock) was adapted for film in 1929. Rosener acted in or directed more than 200 plays, including My Maryland. He was on the news staff of the New York World.
He worked for the Shuberts for more than seven years as actor, director, and writer. He acted in 38 films and wrote 14 more, among them Doctor X, Union Depot, The Secret of Treasure Island, City of Missing Girls, The Mysterious Pilot, Alias the Doctor, The Great Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok, Sinners' Holiday, New Faces of 1937, House of Secrets, The Carson City Kid, Abe Lincoln in Illinois, and The Great Commandment.
Work with Frank Buck
In 1937, Rosener wrote and acted in the Frank Buck serial Jungle Menace.
Rosener's last film credit was in 1941. His wife, Adele, died in June 1942. George Rosener died three years later.