Austrian movie stars died in 2012

Here are 2 famous actors from Austria died in 2012:

Turhan Bey

Turhan Bey (March 30, 1922 Vienna-September 30, 2012 Vienna) also known as Turhan Gilbert Selahattin Sahultavy, The Turkish Delight or Turkish Delight was an Austrian actor.

He started his acting career in Germany in the 1940s and appeared in various films such as "The Amazing Mr. X" (1948), "The Kissing Bandit" (1948) and "Adventures of Casanova" (1948). He later moved to Hollywood and starred in films such as "The Prince Who Was a Thief" (1951), "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves" (1954) and "The Magnificent Seven" (1960), among others. Bey was also known for his roles in various international films, including a number of Turkish films. In addition to his acting career, Bey also worked as a commercial photographer and was heavily involved in horse breeding. After retiring from acting, he returned to Austria where he lived until his death in 2012 at the age of 90.

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Fritz Hakl

Fritz Hakl (January 1, 1932 Feistritz bei Anger-February 28, 2012 Graz) was an Austrian actor.

Hakl started his acting career in local theaters in Styria, Austria, before moving to Vienna to study at Max Reinhardt Seminar. He then worked at various prestigious theaters in Austria, such as the Vienna Burgtheater, before expanding his career to film and television. Hakl appeared in more than 60 films and TV shows, including "Before Sunrise" and "Requiem for a Heavyweight." He was also a well-known voice actor, lending his voice to many German-dubbed versions of international films. In addition to acting, Hakl was also a respected acting teacher and director, and taught at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz for many years.

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