Here are 10 famous actors from Germany died at 67:
Mathias Wieman (June 23, 1902 Osnabrück-December 3, 1969 Zürich) also known as Mathias Wiemann, M. Wieman, Carl Heinrich Franz Mathias Wieman or Wiemann was a German actor.
He died in cancer.
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Hannes Messemer (May 17, 1924 Dillingen-November 2, 1991 Aachen) also known as Hans Edwin Messemer or Hans Messemer was a German actor and voice actor.
He died in myocardial infarction.
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Klaus-Michael Grüber (June 4, 1941 Neckarelz-June 23, 2008 Belle Île) also known as Klaus Michael Grueber or Klaus Michael Grüber was a German film director and actor.
He died in cancer.
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Ernst Pittschau (October 5, 1883 Altona, Hamburg-June 2, 1951 Berlin) was a German actor. His child is called Werner Pittschau.
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Helmut Schmid (April 8, 1925 Neu-Ulm-July 18, 1992 Heiligenschwendi) a.k.a. Helmut Schmidt or Hans-Helmut Schmidt was a German actor. His children are Melisande Schmid and Marc-Tell Schmid.
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Valy Arnheim (June 8, 1883 Waldau-November 11, 1950 Berlin) otherwise known as Valentin Appel was a German actor and film director.
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Paul Edwin Roth (October 22, 1918 Hamburg-October 28, 1985 Munich) a.k.a. P.E. Roth was a German actor and voice actor.
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Klaus Wiese (January 18, 1942 Germany-January 27, 2009 Ulm) also known as Wiese, Klaus was a German musician and actor.
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Fernando Wagner (November 7, 1905 Göttingen-October 20, 1973 Cuernavaca) otherwise known as Ferdinand Wagner was a German film director, actor, television director and cinematographer.
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Ralf Kirsten (May 30, 1930 Leipzig-January 23, 1998 Berlin) was a German film director, screenwriter and actor.
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