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 (lôr′ē), Peter Originally Laszlo Löwenstein. 1904-1964.
Hungarian-born American actor. In the German film M (1931) he portrayed a psychotic killer, establishing his trademark role as a sinister villain. His other films include The Maltese Falcon (1941) and Casablanca (1942).
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Noun1.Lorre - United States actor (born in Hungary) noted for playing sinister roles (1904-1964)
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Jones went on a religious rant against the program that made his name, and though the 19-year-old actor later issued a pseudo-apology, Charlie Sheen blames show creator Chuck Lorre for the incident.
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YET another comedy from King of Sitcoms Chuck Lorre - the man behind The Big Bang Theory and Two And A Half Men - arrived on Netflix on Friday.