Olaf Storm (10 January 1894 – 1 March 1931) was a Danish film actor of the silent era. Storm was a star of early German cinema, playing the lead in films such as The Stranger from Alster Street and had his own production company Olaf Film. He also appeared in supporting roles in The Last Laugh and Metropolis.
|Born||10 January 1894|
|Died||1 March 1931 (aged 37)|
|Years active||1919 - 1927|
- Nat Pinkerton (1920)
- Your Brother's Wife (1921)
- From the Files of a Respectable Woman (1920)
- Begierde (1921)
- The Stranger from Alster Street (1921)
- Miss Julie (1922)
- The Moneylender's Daughter (1922)
- Girl of the Berlin Streets (1922)
- The Voice of the Heart (1924)
- The Last Laugh (1924)
- False Shame (1926)
- Weekend Magic (1927)
- Metropolis (1927)
- Forbidden Love (1927)
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