Here are 2 famous actors from Austria died in 1992:
Werner Kreindl (October 20, 1927 Wels-June 6, 1992 Wagrain) was an Austrian actor. His child is called Jenny-Joy Kreindl.
Kreindl attended drama school in Vienna and then began his career as a stage actor. He later moved into film and television, and became a familiar face to audiences in Austria and Germany. He appeared in over 100 film and TV productions, including the popular Austrian detective series "Tatort", as well as several international films. Kreindl was known for his versatility as an actor, and was equally at home in dramatic and comedic roles. During his career, he received numerous awards for his acting, including the prestigious Kammerschauspieler title in 1984. In addition to his work as an actor, Kreindl was also involved in social and political causes, and was a longtime supporter of the Green Party in Austria. He passed away in 1992 at the age of 64.
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Alexander Trojan (March 30, 1914 Vienna-September 19, 1992 Vienna) also known as Alexander Takacs was an Austrian actor.
Throughout his career, Alexander Trojan appeared in more than 70 films and TV shows. He was known for his versatile acting skills and starred in a wide array of genres, from dramas to comedies. Trojan also worked on stage with notable performances in plays such as "The Threepenny Opera" and "The Visit".
During World War II, he fled from Austria to the United Kingdom where he became a part of the British Army. After the war, he returned to Austria to continue his acting career. In addition to his acting roles, Trojan also worked as a voice actor and dubbed the voices of popular Hollywood actors such as Humphrey Bogart and Charles Laughton into German.
Alexander Trojan received several accolades for his work in the entertainment industry, including the Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art and the Gold Decoration for Services to the City of Vienna. After his death in 1992, he was buried in the Zentralfriedhof cemetery in Vienna.
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