Austrian movie stars died at 69

Here are 2 famous actors from Austria died at 69:

Herb Andress

Herb Andress (January 10, 1935 Bad Goisern-April 8, 2004 Munich) also known as Herbert Andreas Greunz, Herbert Andress, Herb Andreas or Herbert Andreas was an Austrian actor.

He began his acting career in the mid-1950s in Germany and became known for his roles in several European films such as "The Inheritance" (1962) and "The Blue Max" (1966). In addition to his film work, Andress also appeared on stage and television, including the popular German crime series "Tatort". He was also a talented painter and exhibited his paintings in several exhibitions throughout his career. Despite being mostly recognized for his work in Germany and Austria, Andress also made appearances in several Hollywood productions, including "The Longest Day" (1962) and "The Hawaiians" (1970). He passed away in 2004 at the age of 69 in Munich.

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Karl Forest

Karl Forest (November 12, 1874 Vienna-June 3, 1944 Vienna) also known as Carl Forest was an Austrian actor.

Forest began his acting career in the late 19th century and became a popular stage actor in Vienna. He appeared in many productions at the Burgtheater and the Theater in der Josefstadt. In addition to his stage work, Forest also appeared in several films, including the silent film "Das Weib des Pharao" (1922) and the comedy "Einmal eine gro├če Dame sein" (1934). He was highly regarded for his range as an actor, and his performances were known for their emotional depth and intensity. Despite his success, Forest's career was cut short by his death in 1944. Today, he is remembered as one of the great actors of his era, and his contributions to Austrian theater and film are celebrated by fans and scholars alike.

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