Austrian movie stars died in 1985

Here are 2 famous actors from Austria died in 1985:

Fred Louis Lerch

Fred Louis Lerch (March 28, 1902 Staatz-August 26, 1985 Munich) otherwise known as Fred L. Lerch, Louis Lerch or Alois Lerch was an Austrian actor.

Lerch began his career in Austrian cinema during the 1920s, appearing in silent films such as "Die goldene Pest" and "Die Fledermaus". He continued acting throughout the 1930s and 1940s, appearing in both Austrian and German films, including "Münchhausen" and "Das Herz der Königin". After World War II, Lerch moved to Munich where he found success as a character actor in German television shows and movies, such as "Tatort" and "Der Alte". He also appeared in international productions, including "The Blue Max" and "The Great Waltz". In addition to his acting career, Lerch was also a dubbing actor, lending his voice to German versions of films such as "Ben-Hur" and "Spartacus". He remained active in the German entertainment industry until his death in 1985.

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André Mattoni

André Mattoni (February 23, 1900 Karlovy Vary-January 11, 1985 Vienna) also known as Andrea Mattoni or Andreas von Mattoni was an Austrian actor.

He was born in present-day Czech Republic and began his acting career in Vienna in the 1920s. Mattoni appeared in numerous films and stage productions throughout his career, and became known for his versatility as an actor. He played both comedic and dramatic roles, and worked with many notable directors of the time. Mattoni was also a member of the Vienna Burgtheater, one of the most prestigious theaters in Europe. Despite being of Italian descent, Mattoni chose to work primarily in Austria and was a well-respected figure in the Austrian acting community. After his retirement from acting in 1970, he remained active in the arts and was a patron of the theater. Mattoni passed away in Vienna at the age of 84.

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