German actors who deceased at age 52

Here are 9 famous actors from Germany died at 52:

Heinrich George

Heinrich George (October 9, 1893 Szczecin-September 25, 1946 Oranienburg) also known as Georg August Friedrich Hermann Schulz was a German actor and film producer. His children are called Götz George and Jan George.

He died caused by surgical complications.

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Diether Krebs

Diether Krebs (August 11, 1947 Essen-January 5, 2000 Hamburg) a.k.a. Dieter Krebs was a German comedian and actor.

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Günther Stoll

Günther Stoll (August 18, 1924 Duisburg-January 10, 1977 Gelsenkirchen) also known as Gunther Stoll or Günter Stoll was a German actor.

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Frank Ripploh

Frank Ripploh (September 2, 1949 Rheine-June 22, 2002) also known as Peggy von Schnottgenberg was a German screenwriter, actor, film director and film producer.

He died in cancer.

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Erich Hallhuber

Erich Hallhuber (July 14, 1951 Munich-September 17, 2003 Munich) was a German actor.

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Werner Peters

Werner Peters (July 7, 1918 Wiedemar-March 30, 1971 Wiesbaden) was a German actor and voice actor.

He died as a result of myocardial infarction.

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Ray Bumatai

Ray Bumatai (December 20, 1952 Offenbach-October 6, 2005 Honolulu) otherwise known as Ray M. Bumatai or Raimund Bumatai was a German singer, actor, musician, voice actor and comedian. He had one child, Cecilly Ann Bumatai.

He died in brain tumor.

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Ernst Dumcke

Ernst Dumcke (November 13, 1887 Mannheim-June 21, 1940 Wilmersdorf) was a German actor.

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Peter Lorre Jr.

Peter Lorre Jr. (April 1, 1934 Karlsruhe-April 5, 1986 Houston) also known as Peter Lorie Jr. or Eugene Weingand was a German actor.

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