G. was born in 1893 in Kiev,
Ukraine. His father was a businessman, who moved to
Warsaw, where G. completed the real gymnasium and two
semesters in a veterinarian institute.
G. entered into the dramatic
section of "Hazamir," where he acted together
with Mark Schweid and Sara Fibich, and in 1911 he began
to act professionally with Gershanovitsh in Vitebsk,
performing as "Beanushl" in "Pintele yid." Then he
acted for three years with Guzik, and during wartime he
participated there in Yiddish operettas in Russian. G.
then entered into the Russian operetta of Krutshinin,
where he acted for a year-and-a-half, became mobilized,
finding himself in German captivity, and he participated there
from time to time in German operetta productions.
In 1909 G. entered into
Radom in Charnetsky's Polish operetta troupe, and there
he put on "Shulamis" in Polish, then he found together
with the Polish actor Madeus Wolawski a Polish revue
theatre "Mirage." A half year later G. went on tour with
Esther Rukhl Kaminska in Zygmunt Turkow's troupe,
entering the Central Theatre, where he participated for
four years in the dramas and comedy offerings, one year
in Vilna with Morevsky, became a co-founder of the "Azazel"
revue theatre, in which he joined as an actor and
conférencier, traveled around with concerts across
Poland and also over the bathhouse places of Western
Galicia, and then he returned to "Azazel".
G. also participated in the
film "Tkies khaf".