Sig Herzig

Sig Herzig
Born (1897-07-25)July 25, 1897
United States
Died March 12, 1985(1985-03-12) (aged 87)
United States
Occupation Screenwriter
Years active 1922-1961

Sig Herzig (July 25, 1897 – March 12, 1985) was an American screenwriter and playwright.

Born Siegfried Maurice Herzig in New York City, Herzig began his career as the director of the comedy short Husband and Strife (1922), but he switched gears to create plot lines for more than three dozen silent films. His later screen credits included the screenplays for Artists and Models (1937), Marry the Girl(1937), On Your Toes (1939), Sunny (1941), I Dood It (1943), Brewster's Millions (1945), London Town (1946), and Three on a Spree (1961), another adaptation of Brewster's Millions.

Herzig's Broadway theatre credits included The Vanderbilt Revue (1930), Shoot the Works (1931), Ballyhoo of 1932 (1932), Vickie (1942), and Bloomer Girl (1944).

Herzig's television credits included Topper, Private Secretary, and Sugarfoot.

Herzig died in Thousand Oaks, California.

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