Louis Feinberg

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Louis Feinberg (1902-1975), better known by his stage name Larry Fine, was a Jewish-American actor and violinist. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Feinberg got his start in the early twentieth century as a vaudeville performer. Later, he moved to Hollywood and starred in dozens of short comedy pieces, often teaming up with noted actor Jerome Horwitz and his brother Moses, as the Three Stooges. Feinberg died of a stroke in California in 1975.

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