Austrian movie stars died at 57

Here are 3 famous actors from Austria died at 57:

Helmut Qualtinger

Helmut Qualtinger (October 8, 1928 Vienna-September 29, 1986 Vienna) a.k.a. Helmuth Qualtinger or Quasi was an Austrian actor, writer, screenwriter, voice actor, cabaret artist and journalist. He had one child, Christian Heimito Qualtinger.

Qualtinger was born in a working-class family in Vienna and initially worked as a journalist before gravitating towards acting and cabaret. He gained fame with his satirical character "Herr Karl," a Nazi opportunist who symbolized the moral and intellectual bankruptcy of post-World War II Austria. Qualtinger was also known for his collaborations with composer Georg Kreisler, which produced some of the most biting and subversive cabaret songs of the era. In addition to his stage work, Qualtinger appeared in numerous films, including "The Third Man" and "The Name of the Rose." He continued to perform and write until his death in 1986.

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Karl von Marinelli

Karl von Marinelli (September 12, 1745 Vienna-January 28, 1803 Vienna) was an Austrian actor and playwright.

Marinelli was born into a family of actors and began performing at a young age. He became famous for his comedic roles and was known for incorporating witty dialogue and physical humor into his performances. In addition to acting, Marinelli was also a prolific playwright, writing over 40 plays in his lifetime. He was a member of the Burgtheater in Vienna and performed for the royal court. Marinelli's legacy has influenced Austrian theater and his works are still performed today.

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Walter Müller

Walter Müller (May 6, 1911 Prague-March 2, 1969 Starnberg) also known as Walter Muller was an Austrian actor.

Müller began acting in the 1930s and became a well-known character actor in German-speaking cinema. He appeared in over 200 films throughout his career, often playing comedic or supporting roles. Some of his notable roles included Dr. Bernhard in the 1954 film "The Confessions of Felix Krull," and the innkeeper in the 1963 film "The Haunting." Müller was also a prolific voice actor, dubbing foreign films into German. He was married to actress Herta Saal for 23 years until his death in 1969 from a heart attack.

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