Born in 1880 in Iasi, Rumania.
In America, he began to act
As a professional actor he
had acted in various troupes, mostly itinerant, across
the small communities in America and Canada.
Sholem Santop portrayed him
"Morris Vaysman was the star
and regisseur of the troupe, [1916-17 in Schaefer's
Orpheum Theatre in Baltimore]. In the profession he
was known as "Der shvartser vaysman". The gains he
attained, because there was still an actor with the same
name. That he was a blonde, and knowledgeable, so that
he had been called "Der vayster vaysman". Our Vaysman
was a singer-lover, although he already was a Jew in the
years. A tall, festgeboyter man with poems, dark,
roundabout hair, among which it had already turned
silver. He had a face that was a little studded,
although he wasn't a great baritone."
On 19 August 1960 V., after
a sickness of several years, passed away in new York,
and he was brought to his grave site by Lodge 510
of the "Knights of Pythias".
Sholem Santop -- "Shlof
zishe, shlof meyn shrhle", "Forward", N. Y., 12 March