Czech musicians died when they were 65

Here are 8 famous musicians from Czech Republic died at 65:

Marie Dušková

Marie Dušková (October 6, 1903-December 14, 1968) was a Czech personality.

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Antonie Nedošinská

Antonie Nedošinská (June 26, 1885 Prague-July 17, 1950 Poděbrady) also known as Antonie Valecková or Antonie Nedosinská was a Czech actor.

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Karel Lamač

Karel Lamač (January 27, 1887 Prague-August 2, 1952 Hamburg) a.k.a. Karel Lamac, Charles Lamac, Karel Lamacz, Karl Lamac or Carl Lamac was a Czech film producer, actor, screenwriter and film director.

He died as a result of liver failure.

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Eva Švankmajerová

Eva Švankmajerová (September 25, 1940 Kostelec nad Černými lesy-October 20, 2005 Prague) also known as Eva Svankmajerova or Eva Dvořáková was a Czech artist, painter, costume designer, production designer, film art director, writer, poet, novelist and visual artist. She had two children, Václav Švankmajer and Veronika Hrubá.

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Egon Hostovský

Egon Hostovský (April 23, 1908 Hronov-May 7, 1973 Montclair) also known as Egon Hostovsky was a Czech novelist, actor and writer. He had one child, Paul Hostovský.

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Peter Weiss

Peter Weiss (November 8, 1916 Babelsberg-May 10, 1982 Stockholm) a.k.a. Peter Ulrich Weiss was a Czech writer, filmmaker, painter and graphic artist. His child is Nadja Palmstjerna-Weiss.

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Jana Dítětová

Jana Dítětová (October 7, 1926 Pilsen-November 9, 1991 Prague) also known as Jana Ditetova or Jana Dítetová was a Czech actor. Her child is Jakub Vinklář.

She died as a result of cancer.

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Ludvík Aškenazy

Ludvík Aškenazy (February 24, 1921 Český Těšín-March 18, 1986 Bolzano) also known as Ludvik Askenazy was a Czech writer and journalist. His children are called Jindřich Mann-Aškenazy and Ludvik Mann-Aškenazy.

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