Austrian movie actors deceased in Stroke

Here are 6 famous actors from Austria died in Stroke:

Gerhard Bronner

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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Alfred Neugebauer

Alfred Neugebauer (December 27, 1888 Vienna-September 14, 1957 Vienna) was an Austrian actor.

He began his acting career in theater and became a prominent figure in the Austrian theater scene. Neugebauer also acted in films, appearing in more than 60 films throughout his career. Some of his notable film credits include "Vienna Blood" (1942), "Gestern und heute" (1938) and "The Angel with the Trumpet" (1948). In addition to his acting career, Neugebauer was also a successful theater director, working on productions throughout Europe. He received numerous awards and recognition for his contributions to the arts, including the prestigious Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art. Despite his success, Neugebauer's career was interrupted by the rise of Nazi Germany, and he was briefly imprisoned following the annexation of Austria. He resumed his career after the war, continuing to act until his death in 1957.

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Gustav Diessl

Gustav Diessl (December 30, 1899 Vienna-March 20, 1948 Vienna) also known as Gustav Karl Balthasar, Gustav Dießl or Gustav Diesel was an Austrian actor, artist and visual artist.

He appeared in numerous films during his career including "The Threepenny Opera" (1931), "SOS Eisberg" (1933), "The Devil's General" (1955), and "The Bartered Bride" (1932). Diessl was known for his powerful presence on screen and his ability to bring depth and humanity to his characters. In addition to his work in film, he was also a talented painter and graphic artist, with exhibitions of his artwork held in both Vienna and Berlin. Despite his success in the arts, his life was cut tragically short when he died at the age of 48 due to complications from alcoholism.

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Albert Ritter Conti v. Cedassamare

Albert Ritter Conti v. Cedassamare (January 29, 1887 Trieste-January 18, 1967 Hollywood) also known as Albert Conti, Albert De Conti Cadassamare or Albert Ritter Conti v.Cedassamare was an Austrian actor.

He began his acting career in Europe in the early 1900s, performing both on stage and in silent films. He later relocated to the United States, where he continued to work in the film industry and played supporting roles in over 100 movies. Some of his notable appearances include roles in "Gone with the Wind," "Ninotchka," and "The Song of Bernadette." Conti was also a talented linguist and spoke several languages fluently, including German, English, Italian, and French. He remained active in acting throughout his life and passed away in Hollywood, California at the age of 79.

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Johannes Heesters

Johannes Heesters (December 5, 1903 Amersfoort-December 24, 2011 Starnberg) also known as Johan Marius Nicolaas Heesters, Jopie, Herr Jopie, Grandseigneur Heesters, Joe Heesters, Johannes M.N. Heesters, Johan Heesters, Johan Marius Nicolaas Johannes Heesters or Johannes was an Austrian singer and actor. He had two children, Nicole Heesters and Wiesje Heesters.

Heesters began his acting career in 1921, performing in various German-language productions. He became a popular film actor during the 1930s, starring in movies such as "Die Fledermaus" and "Das Land des Lächelns." He also made a name for himself as a singer, performing in operettas and giving concerts throughout Europe.

Throughout his career, Heesters was known for his charm and dashing good looks. He continued performing well into his 90s, becoming one of the oldest active performers in the world. He received numerous awards and honors over the course of his career, including being named a Knight of the Order of the Netherlands Lion.

Heesters' personal life was somewhat controversial. He was criticized for performing in Nazi Germany during World War II, and for making anti-Semitic comments in the past. However, he maintained that he was not a Nazi sympathizer and that he had only performed to entertain the troops. Despite the controversy, Heesters remained a beloved figure in the world of entertainment until his death in 2011.

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Alexander Grill

Alexander Grill (November 27, 2014 Graz-May 22, 2009 Vienna) also known as Alexander Brill was an Austrian actor.

Grill began his acting career in the 1930s and quickly became known for his talent in the field of theatre, film, and television in Austria. He performed in more than 160 plays and appeared in over 100 films throughout his career. Grill was also an accomplished director, having directed several productions in both theatre and film.

During the Second World War, Grill was drafted into the German Army and sent to the Eastern Front, where he served as a soldier. After the war, he returned to his acting career, but he never discussed his experiences during the war.

In addition to his acting work, Grill was an avid painter and sculptor. He exhibited his artwork in various exhibitions throughout Austria.

Grill received numerous awards and accolades throughout his career for his outstanding contributions to the arts. He was awarded the Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art in 1965 and became an honorary member of the Vienna Burgtheater in 1983.

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