Louis Borel

Louis Borel (6 October 1905 – 24 April 1973) was a Dutch stage and film actor. During the 1930s, he appeared in a number of British films, such as the musical Head over Heels (1937).[1] He later moved to the United States and worked in Hollywood.

Louis Borel
Louis Borel in 1938
Born6 October 1905
Died24 April 1973 (age 77)
Other namesLodewijk Borel
Louis Borell
Years active1934 - 1973


Year Title Role Notes
1934Malle GevallenStudent Hans
1935De kribbebijterVan Maren
1935SuikerfreuleHans VermeerUncredited
1935Fietje Peters, Poste RestanteMr. Willem van Scheltema
1936The Avenging HandPierre Charrell
1936House BrokenCharles Delmont
1937Head over HeelsMarcel Larimour
1938Queer CargoBenson
1939Over the MoonPietro
1939De SpooktreinTed
1940Foreign CorrespondentCapt. LawsonUncredited
1943London Blackout MurdersPeter Dongen
1943Paris After DarkPicardUncredited
1943The Iron MajorFrench OfficerUncredited
1944The Story of Dr. WassellMinor RoleUncredited
1944A Night of AdventureTony Clark
1954DésiréeBaron MornerUncredited
1955The Purple MaskWorkmanUncredited
1966Murder in AmsterdamVerkoper Blom
1973Because of the CatsAntiquair


  1. Larkin p.203


  • Larkin, Colin. The Encyclopedia of Popular Music, Volume 4. Oxford University Press, 2006.

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