Maximilian Raoul Steiner  (May 10, 1888 – December 28, 1971) was an Austrian composer and conductor who, threatened with internment in Germany during World War I, fled to England before emigrating to America in 1914 and became a celebrated composer for film and theatre.
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Austrian composer Max Steiner achieved legendary status as the creator of hundreds of classic American film scores. He was born Maximilian Raoul Walter Steiner in Vienna, Austria, the son of Marie Mizzi (Hasiba) and Gabor Steiner, an impresario, and the grandson of actor and theater director and manager Maximilian Steiner.
- Vienna, Austria-Hungary [now Austria]
- Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
Austrian composer Max Steiner achieved legendary status as the creator of hundreds of classic American film scores. He was born Maximilian Raoul Walter Steiner in Vienna, Austria, the son of Marie Mizzi (Hasiba) and Gabor Steiner, an impresario, and the grandson of actor and theater director and manager Maximilian Steiner. His family was Jewish.
- Maximilian Raoul Walter Steiner
- 5' 4" (1.63 m)
$10 $5 Max Steiner is running for Congress because he loves his country and he knows that the North State deserves a better congressman than Doug LaMalfa. On September 11th, 2001, Max was a high school student. Four years later, he was an infantryman in Iraq. He served two years in Iraq and earned his Combat Infantry Badge while still in his teens.
Max Steiner, in full Maximilian Raoul Walter Steiner, (born May 10, 1888, Vienna, Austria—died Dec. 28, 1971, Hollywood, Calif., U.S.), Austrian-born U.S. composer and conductor. A prodigy, he wrote an operetta at age 14 that ran in Vienna for a year.
The late Max Steiner was one of the true pioneers of the genre known as movie music. In fact, Steiner was awarded the very first Oscar citation ever given by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for his score for The Informer in 1935. Born Maximilian Raoul Steiner in Vienna, Austria on May 10, 1888, Max grew up surrounded by music.
About Max - Max Steiner for Congress About Max Max has always been the guy who sees a problem, calls it out, and steps up to solve it himself. When the Army failed to meet its recruitment goals during the Iraq War, Max enlisted as an infantryman. He served two years in Iraq and has been a Reservist ever since.