Austrian movie stars died at 52

Here are 2 famous actors from Austria died at 52:

Walter Kohut

Walter Kohut (November 20, 1927 Vienna-May 18, 1980 Innsbruck) also known as Walter Kohutek or Walter Kohout was an Austrian actor.

He died as a result of circulatory collapse.

During his acting career, Walter Kohut appeared in numerous films, television shows and stage productions. He began his acting career in the 1940s and gained recognition for his brilliant performances in the 1950s. Some of his most famous films include "The Third Man" (1949), "The Hotel Sacher" (1954), and "M├Ądchen in Uniform" (1958). He continued acting throughout the 1960s and 1970s, and was particularly known for his portrayals of intellectual and sophisticated characters. Kohut was also a prominent figure in the theater world, and appeared in several productions at Vienna's celebrated Burgtheater. Despite his success, Kohut was known for being a recluse, and had a reputation for being difficult to work with. Nevertheless, he is still regarded as one of the most accomplished actors of his time.

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Ady Berber

Ady Berber (February 4, 1913 Vienna-January 3, 1966 Vienna) also known as Adolf Berber, Adi Berber or Adi Berger was an Austrian actor and wrestler.

He died caused by neoplasm.

Berber began his career as a wrestler and won several national championships in Austria. He then transitioned to acting and became a well-known character actor in Austrian cinema during the 1930s and 1940s. He appeared in over 70 films and is best known for his roles in "The Unfaithful Eckehart" and "The Angel with the Trumpet". Berber was also a member of the Nazi party during World War II, which has been a controversial aspect of his legacy. Despite this, his contributions to Austrian cinema have been recognized and celebrated.

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