Austrian movie stars died in 1951

Here are 2 famous actors from Austria died in 1951:

Leo Singer

Leo Singer (May 3, 1877 Vienna-March 5, 1951) was an Austrian actor.

He began his career in the theater, performing in productions across Europe. Singer became a prominent figure in the Austrian film industry during the silent film era, appearing in numerous films including "Satan Opium" and "Tempest". He continued to act in films well into the sound era with his last role being in the 1950 film "The Sapphire". Singer was also involved in the filmmaking process as a writer and director. He had two sons who also became actors in their own right, Gusti and Kurt Singer.

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Karl Günther

Karl Günther (November 15, 1885 Vienna-June 27, 1951 Vienna) also known as Carl Günther was an Austrian actor.

Günther started his acting career as a stage actor and later transitioned to the film industry. He appeared in many Austrian and German films, including "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen" (1943) and "The Great Love" (1931). Günther was known for his versatility in portraying various characters, from comical to dramatic roles. He was considered one of the most prominent actors of his time in Austria. In addition to his acting abilities, Günther was also a talented composer and musician, having composed several pieces for the Vienna State Opera.

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