G. was born in Russia
(according to H. Feinstein -- in Galicia).
He may have participated in
Goldfaden's first troupes and acted as "Eliezer" in the
premiere of "Bar kokhba".
In 1882 he acted with
Goldfaden in Warsaw in theatre [buf] [then "Eldorado"
and now Boguslavski), and there he learned [notn] Ester
In 1883 G. acted under the
direction of Berger in Germany, then with Smit in
London, where he performed at times as "Bar kokhba" and
at times as "Eliezer". After the "shrfh"
in the theatre, he organized a group of artisans and acted
with them in Goldfaden's first operetta in the Pelham
Then G. went on to act and
took over a bar in the same club. Later he opened a
tobacco business and toured with troupes under
his direction across England. Then G. founded together
with Dina Feinman a cooperative theatre.
During his later years G.
traveled to his children in Canada, where he became
blind, and he made a living as a cantor. Afterwards he
immigrated to Australia, where he became a music
G. was excellent in plays
with a beautiful voice and was quite capable in acting