Nicholas Soussanin

Nicholas Soussanin (born 16 January 1889, Yalta, Taurida Governorate, Russian Empire (present-day Crimea, Ukraine) – 27 April 1975, New York City, New York) was a Russian actor who settled and worked in the United States. He was married to the film star Olga Baclanova from 1929–39, and was the grandfather of actress Lanna Saunders.

He had at least two children (a son born from a previous relationship before his marriage to Olga Baclanova), and a son, Nicholas Soussanin Jr., born with Baclanova in 1930.


Year Title Role Notes
1925The SwanLutzow
1926The Midnight SunDuke's Aide
1927Hotel ImperialBaron Fredrikson
1927One Increasing PurposeJule
1927The Yankee ClipperPrince Consort
1927Service for LadiesWaiter with heart ache
1927A Gentleman of ParisJoseph Talineau
1927The SpotlightDaniel Hoffman
1927The Last CommandThe Adjutant
1928Yellow LilyDr. Eugene Peredy
1928Night WatchOfficer Brambourg
1928The Woman DisputedCount
1929Trent's Last CaseMartin
1929The SquallEl Moro
1930Are You There?Barber
1930The Criminal CodeConvictUncredited
1931White ShouldersHead WaiterUncredited
1931Daughter of the DragonMorloff
1932Arsène LupinMartin's ButlerUncredited
1932DownstairsWedding GuestUncredited
1932A Parisian RomanceEmil
1935The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte CarloCookUncredited
1936Muss 'Em UpHarding's ButlerUncredited
1936Under Two FlagsLevine
1936Champagne CharlieMinor RoleUncredited
1936The Road to GloryColonelUncredited
1938Artists and Models AbroadPolice PrefectUncredited
1939Captain FurySettler
1939Those High Grey Walls'Lindy' Lindstrom
1941The Devil and Miss JonesMan on RooftopUncredited
1941My Life with CarolinePinnockUncredited
1949 Uncredited


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