German Officer with Yvonne (uncredited)
Baron's Secretary (uncredited)
Nicholas - Count of Hungary (as Hans von Twardowski)
Vincent - Jason's Secretary (uncredited)
Hugo Lubota (as H.H. v. Twardowski)
Restaurant Waiter (2nd story) (uncredited)
Published Der rasende Pegasus, a collection of poetic parodies, in 1918. His own public readings of these works in Berlin were met with general acclaim.
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Did You Know?
For a time, was one of Marlene Dietrich's close friends; their relationship suffered a falling-out after their arrival in Hollywood. The frequently out-of-work Twardowski once wrote a letter to Dietrich (circa 1934), begging for a loan of $42 to cover basic expenses.