Austrian movie stars died in 1989

Here are 2 famous actors from Austria died in 1989:

Erwin Faber

Erwin Faber (July 21, 1891 Innsbruck-May 4, 1989 Munich) was an Austrian actor. He had one child, Monika Faber.

Erwin Faber started his career as an actor in the German-speaking theater world, working in theaters in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. In 1923, he moved to Berlin, where he became part of the city's thriving film scene. He appeared in over 100 German films during the Weimar Republic era, working with some of Germany's most prominent directors, such as Fritz Lang and Ernst Lubitsch.

After the Nazi takeover of Germany, Faber's Jewish background made it impossible for him to continue working in the country. He left Germany and moved to Switzerland, where he continued to work as an actor in film and theater. In 1946, he returned to Germany, settling in Munich, where he acted in several post-war films, including the first film made in Germany after World War II, "Die Mörder sind unter uns" ("The Murderers Are Among Us").

Throughout his career, Erwin Faber was known for his versatility as an actor, adapting easily to both comedy and drama. He was honored with several awards for his contributions to German film and theater.

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Carl-Heinz Schroth

Carl-Heinz Schroth (June 29, 1902 Innsbruck-July 19, 1989 Munich) also known as Karl-Heinz Schroth, Karl Heinz Schroth, Carl Heinz Schroth or Heinz Sailer was an Austrian actor, film director and voice actor. He had two children, Sabine Hausmeister and Katharina Hausmeister.

Schroth began his acting career in the 1920s and achieved great success during the 1930s, appearing in numerous films such as "The False Prince" and "Gold in the Street". However, with the rise of Nazi Germany, Schroth's career was threatened due to his association with Jewish writers and directors. He eventually fled to Switzerland and later settled in Germany after World War II. In the post-war era, Schroth continued to act and direct in films, becoming a popular character actor in both comedic and dramatic roles. He is best known for his roles in the films "The Captain from Köpenick" and "The Haunted Castle". Schroth also lent his voice to German dubbings of foreign films, including the voice of Scrooge McDuck in the German version of the Disney animated series "DuckTales".

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