Austrian movie stars died in 1999

Here are 2 famous actors from Austria died in 1999:

Walter Reyer

Walter Reyer (September 4, 1922 Hall in Tirol-September 8, 1999 Innsbruck) a.k.a. Walther Reyer or Walther Reymer was an Austrian actor. He had six children, Wolfgang Reyer, Veronika Reyer, Claudia-Maria Reyer, Cristina Reyer, Clemens Reyer and Cordula Reyer.

Reyer started his acting career in the 1950s and quickly became a prominent figure in the Austrian film industry. He starred in many successful movies, such as "The Angel with the Trumpet" (1950), "The Charterhouse of Parma" (1962), and "La Boheme" (1965). He also performed on stage and was known for his work with the Vienna Burgtheater.

Aside from his successful acting career, Reyer was also a talented singer and recorded several albums. He was known for his powerful baritone voice and often incorporated his singing talents into his acting roles.

Reyer was honored with many awards throughout his career, including the Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art in 1985. He was widely respected in the Austrian entertainment industry and is remembered as one of Austria's greatest actors.

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Georg Marischka

Georg Marischka (June 29, 1922 Vienna-August 9, 1999 Munich) also known as Georg Peter Paul Franz Marischka or George Marishka was an Austrian actor, film director, screenwriter, film producer and television producer. He had three children, Nicole Marischka, Carolin Ohrner and Juliette Marischka.

Marischka is most famous for his work in the German film industry particularly in the comedy and musical genre. He started his career in the film industry in the 1940s as an actor and got his first break as a director with the film "Die Tänzerin von Sans Souci" in 1951. He later went on to direct many successful films like "Das Sonntagskind" (1956), "Im singenden Rössel am Königssee" (1963), "Heiße Ware" (1962), "Schüsse, die töten" (1965) and many more.

Marischka was also a prolific writer and his screenplays became the basis for many successful films. Some of his most famous scripts include "Das Wirtshaus im Spessart" (1958), "Die lustigen Weiber von Tirol" (1964) and "Café Oriental" (1957).

Marischka was known for his work with many famous actors such as Johanna Matz, Peter Alexander, Heinz Rühmann, Waltraut Haas and many others. His films and TV shows were known for their light-hearted humor, catchy music and entertaining storylines.

In addition to his work in the film industry, Marischka was also involved in television production. He produced many successful television series in Austria and Germany in the 1970s and 1980s.

Marischka passed away in Munich in 1999 at the age of 77.

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