The correct answer to this question is option A – Sydney Greenstreet The actor that made his first screen appearance in the 1941 Warner Bros film titled “The Maltese Falcon” is Sydney Greenstreet. Sydney Greenstreet was a British actor born on 27 December 1879. He made his debut appearance on screen at the age of 61. Before he began acting, Sydney had featured in many motion pictures in Hollywood.
He played the role of Kasper Gutman in The Maltese Falcon, where he co-starred with Humphrey Bogart and Peter Lorre. Sydney later acted in other films such as “They Died with Their Boots On" in 1941, “Casablanca” in 1942, “Across the Pacific” in 1942 and “Passage to Marseille” in 1944. Sydney Greenstreet died on 18 January 1954 due to complications from diabetes and Bright’s disease.
The answer to this question is A. He is someone who actually became an actor during the latter part of his life. He started at the age of 61, which is not very common among those in Hollywood. He had a lot of significant films that people still remember. During the latter years of his life, he suffered from Diabetes. He also had Bright’s Disease, which is a type of kidney disease.
He died from complications of Diabetes at the age of 74 in the year 1954. His spouse, Elizabeth, also died in the same year. What made him different is his weight. When he started acting, he was 300 pounds.