BirthdayDecember 19, 1982
BirthplaceOxford, UK

Celebrity biographies

  1. About Samuel Rosenberg

    Full name: Samuel Rosenberg
    Also known as: Samuel Rosenberg, Rosenberg, Samuel
    Professions: Editorial Department, Art Department, Editor

  2. Samuel Rosenberg Known for

    Rachael Ray (2006), Broad City (2014), Steven Seagal: Lawman (2009), Singapore Dreaming (2006)

  3. Samuel Rosenberg Death information

    Died: Monday, 1st of January, 1996 (Age: 13)

  4. Samuel Rosenberg Biography

    Samuel Rosenberg (1912–January 5, 1996) was best known for his 1974 study of Sherlock Holmes titled Naked is the Best Disguise (subtitled The Death and Resurrection of Sherlock Holmes). His other notable book was The Confessions of a Trivialist (originally published as The Come As You Are Masquerade Party).He was born in Cleveland, Ohio, as the son of Jacob S. and Fanny Rosenberg. Jacob was a butcher who published songs. While in his twenties, Samuel migrated to New York City and found employment reading plays for a producer on Broadway. He collaborated with Jerome Weidman on a play in 1936. Subsequently, his pattern-recognition ability led to his becoming a photographer and photograph analyst for the O.S.S. during World War II.MGM employed him to search literary sources and references in order to prevent lawsuits for plagiarism. The knowledge that he gained from this activity led to the publication of his books. In these, he found hidden patterns and references that were formerly overlooked by readers.In 1954, he was sent to Rosenlaui, Switzerland, as a photojournalist to interview Tenzing Norgay. Though he had been one of the first to successfully climb Mount Everest, Norgay had enrolled as a student in a mountaineering school. Rosenlaui's proximity to the Reichenbach Falls led Rosenberg to begin his meditations on Sherlock Holmes, resulting in his most popular book. That steep waterfall was the scene of Holmes's final encounter with Professor Moriarty.He weighed over 300 pounds at a height of 6 foot 3 inches. He died at age 85 as a result of Parkinson's syndrome. His friend Buckminster Fuller had humorously referred to him as a "pink mountain" (rosen berg: German) and "history's most massive reader."

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