Austrian movie stars died in 1990

Here are 2 famous actors from Austria died in 1990:

Luis Trenker

Luis Trenker (October 4, 1892 UrtijÃĢi-April 13, 1990 Bolzano) also known as L. Trenker, Alois Franz Trenker or Luigi Trenker was an Austrian film director, actor, film producer, screenwriter, mountaineer and architect.

Trenker was best known for his roles in German mountain films during the 1920s and 1930s, which often featured him as a brave and daring mountaineer. He also directed and produced many of these films himself, combining his love for cinema and mountain climbing. Trenker was a true Renaissance man, as his talents extended beyond the world of entertainment. He studied architecture in Innsbruck before pursuing a career in film, and later became a successful architect, designing several ski resorts in the Dolomite mountains. Trenker was also an avid mountaineer and even attempted to climb Mount Everest in 1937, although he was not successful in reaching the summit. Despite his many accomplishments, Trenker's life was not without controversy. He was a supporter of the Nazi party in Germany during the 1930s and 1940s, although he later distanced himself from their ideology. Trenker's legacy as a pioneering figure in cinema and mountaineering continues to be celebrated today.

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Herbert Berghof

Herbert Berghof (September 13, 1909 Vienna-November 5, 1990 New York City) also known as Berghof was an Austrian actor, theatre director and acting coach.

He founded the HB Studio in New York City in 1945 alongside his wife, actress Uta Hagen. The studio became known for its innovative approach to acting training and attracted a number of famous students, including Al Pacino and Matthew Broderick. Berghof himself was acclaimed for his stage performances, which included roles in works by Ibsen, Shakespeare, and Beckett. He also appeared in several films, including Woody Allen's "Annie Hall." As a director, he staged productions both on and off-Broadway. Berghof continued to teach at HB Studio until his death in 1990.

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