Austrian movie stars died in 1964

Here are 2 famous actors from Austria died in 1964:

Joseph Schildkraut

Joseph Schildkraut (March 22, 1896 Vienna-January 21, 1964 New York City) also known as Josef Schildkraut or Pepi was an Austrian actor.

He was the son of renowned stage and screen actor Rudolph Schildkraut. Joseph began his acting career as a child and later became a successful leading man on Broadway and in Hollywood. He won an Academy Award for his role as Captain Alfred Dreyfus in the film "The Life of Emile Zola" and also appeared in classics such as "The Diary of Anne Frank" and "The Shop Around the Corner." Schildkraut was also a talented voice actor and lent his voice to several cartoon characters, including the evil villain Captain Hook in the Disney classic "Peter Pan." Despite his success in Hollywood, he remained connected to his hometown of Vienna and often performed there throughout his career.

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Konrad Bayer

Konrad Bayer (December 17, 1932 Vienna-October 10, 1964 Vienna) was an Austrian actor, writer and screenwriter.

Bayer was one of the founders of the Viennese literary group "Wiener Gruppe" (Vienna Group), which was associated with the avant-garde movement. He is considered one of the most important representatives of Austrian literature of the 20th century. In his works, Bayer experimented with language and explored the limits of language in literature. His works often feature absurdist and surreal elements, and are known for their dark humor and social commentary. Bayer's most famous works include the play "Der Kopf des Vitus Bering" (The Head of Vitus Bering) and the novel "Unter Einbeziehung einer Hundertschaft von Maschinengewehren" (Including a Hundred Machine Guns). Despite his relatively short career, Bayer's influence on Austrian and European literature was significant.

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