T. was born on 16 October
1886 in Warsaw, Poland. His parents were the actors
Avraham Itzhak and Berta Tantsman.
In 1889 he came together
with his parents to America, where he learned in public
At the age of five he began
to act in children's school and remained on the stage.
In one year it also came to him to act in vaudeville in
T. also wrote librettos,
lyrics and music for operettas, and in 1920 he was in
the Lyric Theatre in Brownsville staging his operetta
"Der glut", in 1923 his operetta in three acts and
prologue "Der prager gulm", in 1925 in Elving's Theatre
in Newark his operetta "Dos goldene harts", and at the
same time he wrote the music for Freiman's operetta "Di
goldene klh" and later for Freiman's operettas "Zise
libe" and "Der goldener soldat".
Since 1922 T. wrote musical
numbers for the operettas, which he directed in the
theatres, in which he acted as a buff comic.
In 1928-29 he acted in the
Prospect Theatre, and in 1929-30 in Newark. After a
season he [zikh farkilt] and on 4 April 1931 passed away
in New York and was brought to his burial site at the
cemetery (plot) of the Yiddish Theatrical Alliance.