Austrian movie stars died in 2014

Here are 5 famous actors from Austria died in 2014:

Karlheinz Böhm

Karlheinz Böhm (March 16, 1928 Darmstadt-May 29, 2014 Grödig) also known as Karlheinz Bohm, Carl Boehm, Karl Boehm, Carl Heinz, Carl-Heinz, Karl Böhm, Carl Böhm, Carl Heinz Boehm, Carl-Heinz Boehm, Carl Bohm, Karl Heinz Böhm or Karl-Heinz Böhm was an Austrian actor and voice actor. He had seven children, Katharina Böhm, Nicolas Böhm, Aida Böhm, Kristina Böhm, Sissi Bohm, Michael Bohm and Daniela Böhm.

Böhm was born in Darmstadt, Germany, but his family moved to Graz, Austria when he was a child. He began his career as an actor on stage in Vienna, and later transitioned to film in the 1950s. He is best known for his roles in the films "Peeping Tom" (1960) and "The Sound of Music" (1965). He also appeared in numerous German and Austrian television shows throughout his career.

In addition to his acting career, Böhm was also an advocate for social issues, particularly in Ethiopia, where he founded the charity Menschen für Menschen (People for People) in 1981. The organization has since built schools, medical clinics, and water supply systems in the country. Böhm received numerous awards and honors for his charity work, including the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany in 2007.

Böhm retired from acting in 1999 and spent his later years working with his charity and spending time with his family. He passed away in 2014 at the age of 86 in Grödig, Austria.

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Dietmar Schönherr

Dietmar Schönherr (May 17, 1926 Innsbruck-July 18, 2014 Ibiza) also known as Dietmar Otto von Schönleiten, Richard Goodman, Dietmar Schonherr, Dietmar, Dieter Schönherr, Schönherr, Dieter Schoenherr or Dietmar Otto Schönherr was an Austrian actor, voice actor, singer, writer, film director, presenter and translator.

He began his career as an actor in 1948 with the film "The Angel with the Trumpet". He appeared in numerous films and television series over the span of his career, and was well known for his leading roles in the German detective series "Waldhaus" and the science fiction series "Raumpatrouille – Die phantastischen Abenteuer des Raumschiffes Orion" (Space Patrol – The Fantastic Adventures of the Spaceship Orion).

Aside from his acting career, Schönherr was also a talented singer, and recorded several albums throughout his career. He was also a writer and director, and translated several works into German. He was also a prominent television presenter in Austria and Germany, and hosted the popular game show "Telespiele" during the 1970s.

Schönherr was a well-respected figure in the entertainment industry, and was the recipient of numerous awards and accolades throughout his career. He passed away in Ibiza in 2014 at the age of 88.

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Karlheinz Hackl

Karlheinz Hackl (May 16, 1949 Vienna-June 1, 2014 Vienna) also known as Karl-Heinz Hackl or Karl Heinz Hackl was an Austrian actor, teacher and theatre director. He had one child, Melanie Hackl.

Hackl began his career as an actor in the early 1970s, receiving critical acclaim for his work in various stage productions in Austria and Germany. He later transitioned to television and film, appearing in numerous popular Austrian and German TV series and movies. Some of his notable works include the TV series "Schlosshotel Orth" and the films "Muttertag" and "Nachsaison".

In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Hackl was also a respected acting teacher and theater director. He taught at the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna and served as the artistic director of the Vienna Kammerspiele theater from 1998 to 2003.

Hackl was known for his distinctive voice and commanding stage presence, and was widely regarded as one of Austria's most talented actors. He passed away in 2014 at the age of 65, leaving behind a legacy of memorable performances and a lasting impact on the Austrian theater and film industries.

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Maximilian Schell

Maximilian Schell (December 8, 1930 Vienna-February 1, 2014 Innsbruck) a.k.a. Maximillian Schell was an Austrian actor, film director, screenwriter, film producer, theatre director and playwright. His child is called Nastassja Schell.

Schell began his acting career in the late 1940s in Switzerland, before moving to Hollywood to pursue a career in film. He is best known for his role as German defense attorney Hans Rolfe in the film Judgment at Nuremberg, which earned him an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in 1962. Schell also directed several films during his career, including the documentary Marlene and the drama First Love.

In addition to his work in film and theater, Schell was also a talented writer and producer, and was known for his outspoken political views. He was a prominent activist in the anti-nuclear movement, and spoke out against the use of nuclear weapons and power plants.

Schell continued to act, direct, and write throughout his life, and was honored with numerous awards and accolades for his contributions to the arts. He passed away in 2014 at the age of 83, leaving behind a lasting legacy in the world of film and theater.

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Michael Glawogger

Michael Glawogger (December 3, 1959 Graz-April 23, 2014 Monrovia) was an Austrian film director, screenwriter, cinematographer and actor.

He studied at the San Francisco Art Institute and later at the Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, where he began his career as a filmmaker. Glawogger was known for his documentary films that explored the lives of people in various parts of the world, often focusing on those living in poverty or marginalized communities. Some of his notable works include "Megacities" (1998), "Workingman's Death" (2005), and "Whores' Glory" (2011). Glawogger received numerous accolades for his work including the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival for "Workingman's Death". He passed away in 2014 while working on a documentary in Africa.

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