Austrian movie stars died in 1955

Here are 2 famous actors from Austria died in 1955:

Charles Goldner

Charles Goldner (December 7, 1900 Vienna-April 15, 1955 London) was an Austrian actor.

He began his career in the 1920s in Austria and Germany, appearing in silent films such as "Geheimnisse des Orients" (1928). He became known for his roles in British films such as "The Third Man" (1949) as the traitorous taxi driver, "The Lavender Hill Mob" (1951) and "The Titfield Thunderbolt" (1953). Goldner was also a talented stage actor, and appeared in London's West End in productions of "Arsenic and Old Lace" and "Witness for the Prosecution". Outside of acting, Goldner was an accomplished musician and could play several instruments, including the piano and violin. He continued acting until his death in 1955 at the age of 54.

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Robert Valberg

Robert Valberg (April 28, 1884 Vienna-October 15, 1955 Vienna) also known as Robert von Dirr, Bobby Valberg or Robert von Valberg was an Austrian actor.

Valberg began his career on stage and appeared in several productions in Vienna and Berlin. He then transitioned to film in the 1920s and quickly became a popular actor in Central Europe. Valberg appeared in over 200 films throughout his career, often playing charming and sophisticated characters. He worked with many notable directors, including Fritz Lang and Max Ophüls.

Despite his success, Valberg's career suffered during the rise of the Nazi regime in Austria. He was Jewish and had to go into hiding, eventually being caught and sent to a concentration camp for a brief period. After the war, he returned to acting but struggled to find work due to the effects of the war on the film industry. Valberg died in Vienna in 1955 at the age of 71.

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