Here are 3 famous actors from Austria died in 2007:
Gerhard Bronner (October 23, 1922 Vienna-January 19, 2007 Vienna) was an Austrian screenwriter, film score composer, actor and musician. His child is called Felix Bronner.
Bronner was a versatile artist who played several musical instruments such as piano, guitar, trumpet, and accordion. He was known for his satirical and humorous songs and performances, often poking fun at Austrian politics and society. Bronner also wrote music for films and the stage, including the musical "Anatevka" (the Austrian version of Fiddler on the Roof). During World War II, Bronner was forced to flee Austria due to his Jewish heritage but returned after the war and continued to produce and perform for many years. He was awarded the Gold Medal of Vienna for his contributions to the city's culture.
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Georg Tressler (January 25, 1917 Vienna-January 6, 2007 Belgern) a.k.a. Hans Georg Karl Philipp Tressler, Hans G. Keil, Hans-Jürgens Tressler, Hans Georg Keil, Hans Sternbeck, Hans Tressler or Hans Dressler was an Austrian actor, screenwriter, television director, film director, film editor and film producer. His children are called Daniel Tressler and Melanie Tressler.
Tressler began his career in the film industry in the 1940s as an actor, starring in films such as "Women Are No Angels" (1943) and "Der verkaufte Großvater" (1944). He later transitioned to screenwriting and directing, and his most notable works include the films "Die Halbstarken" (1956), "Die Zürcher Verlobung" (1957), and "08/15" (1954), which won the Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film in 1955.
Tressler also had a successful career in television directing, working on popular German shows such as "Tatort" and "Derrick." He was known for his innovative and visually stunning style, and was considered a pioneer in the field of television direction.
In addition to his work in film and television, Tressler was also a talented musician and composer, and scored several of his own films. He passed away in Belgern, Germany in 2007, leaving behind a lasting legacy as one of the most influential figures in the history of German cinema and television.
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Herbert Fux (March 25, 1927 Hallein-March 13, 2007 Zürich) also known as Herbert Fox, Hubert Fux or Herbert Fuchs was an Austrian actor and politician.
Fux began his career in the entertainment industry as a jazz musician and cabaret performer. He later transitioned into acting, making his debut in the 1950s, and went on to appear in over 140 films and television shows throughout his career. Fux was known for his versatility in playing a variety of roles, from comedic to dramatic.
In addition to his work in entertainment, Fux was also involved in politics, serving as a member of the Austrian parliament from 1983 to 1986. He was a member of the Freedom Party of Austria, which is known for its conservative and nationalistic views.
Fux was a well-respected figure in the Austrian entertainment industry, and his contributions to the arts were recognized with numerous awards throughout his lifetime. He passed away in 2007 at the age of 79.
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