He was born in Zhelekhov (Żelichów), Poland. He contributed to Itshe-Meyer Vaysenberg’s journal Inzer hofening (Our hope) in Warsaw for October 1 and 15 and November 15, 1926, with a comedy in four acts under the title Gevalt, kh’hob dokh a vayb (Help! I’ve got a wife). The Germans murdered him during WWII.
Source: Yizker-bukh fun der Zhelekhover yidisher kehile (Memorial book of the Żelichów Jewish community) (Chicago, 1954), p. 79.