Austrian movie actors deceased in Natural causes

Here are 2 famous actors from Austria died in Natural causes:

Carl Esmond

Carl Esmond (June 14, 1902 Vienna-December 4, 2004 Brentwood) otherwise known as Willy Eichberger, Charles Esmond, Willi Eichberger, Willy Eichberger-Esmond or Carl Caesar Willy Simon was an Austrian actor.

Esmond began his acting career in the theater, but it was his appearance in the film "The Broken Melody" in 1934 that launched his career in cinema. He continued to act in films throughout Europe before moving to the United States in the 1940s. He appeared in numerous films during the 1940s and 1950s, including "The Big Shot" and "The Spanish Main." In addition to his film work, Esmond also appeared on television, including episodes of "Maverick" and "Perry Mason." He continued to act into his 90s, with his final role being in the 1992 film "The Long Day Closes." Outside of acting, Esmond was also a linguist and fluent in several languages, including German, French, and English. He was married twice and had two children.

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Walt Gorney

Walt Gorney (April 12, 1912 Vienna-March 5, 2004 New York City) otherwise known as Walter Gorney was an Austrian actor.

He is best known for his role as Crazy Ralph in the horror movie franchise "Friday the 13th". Prior to becoming an actor, Gorney worked as a carpenter and was also a skilled pianist. He began his acting career in the theater, performing on Broadway and off-Broadway. In addition to his memorable role in "Friday the 13th", he appeared in several other films, including "The Sentinel" and "Trading Places". Gorney was also a skilled photographer, and his work was exhibited in galleries throughout the United States. He continued acting and performing music until his death at the age of 91.

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