Austrian movie stars died at 53

Here are 3 famous actresses from Austria died at 53:

Marisa Mell

Marisa Mell (February 24, 1939 Graz-May 16, 1992 Vienna) otherwise known as Marlies Theres Moitzi, Marisa Mel, Marisa Moitzi, Marlies Theresa Moitzi or Marlies Moitzi was an Austrian actor. Her child is called Louisa Erika Mell.

Mell began her career as a model, traveling to Rome in the early 1960s where she was discovered by director Vittorio De Sica. She made her film debut in the 1963 film "Last Days of Pompeii" and went on to appear in several films in Italy and Europe. Mell is perhaps best known for her role as Eva Kant in the 1968 film "Danger: Diabolik". She also appeared in the 1967 James Bond spoof "Casino Royale" and the 1970 film "Una vampira en La Habana". Mell was a frequent collaborator with director and producer Carlo Ponti. In addition to her acting career, Mell was also a trained painter and sculptor. She died in 1992 at the age of 53 from throat cancer.

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Ulla Jacobsson

Ulla Jacobsson (May 23, 1929 Mölndal-August 20, 1982 Vienna) also known as Ulla Jacobsen was an Austrian actor.

She died in bone cancer.

Ulla Jacobsson was born in Sweden and began her acting career in the 1940s. She gained international recognition for her performances in several films, including the 1955 drama "Smiles of a Summer Night" directed by Ingmar Bergman. She also appeared in the critically acclaimed British war film "The Heroes of Telemark" in 1965. In addition to her successful film career, Jacobsson also acted in theater productions in Sweden and Germany. She was known for her natural beauty and captivating screen presence. After her death from bone cancer in 1982, the Ulla Jacobsson Foundation was established in her memory to support cancer research.

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Inge Egger

Inge Egger (August 27, 1923 Linz-September 5, 1976 Berlin) a.k.a. I. Egger, Egger Ingeborg or Ingeborg Gertrud Josefine Egger was an Austrian actor.

She started her acting career on stage in Austria and Germany, before making her film debut in 1943 in the film "Liebesgeschichten". Egger went on to appear in nearly 50 films throughout her career, including "Rosen aus dem Süden" (1956), "Mariandl" (1961), and "The Unbreakable Anton Dolin" (1975). She was particularly known for her roles in popular German comedies, often portraying strong-willed and independent women. Egger was also a successful voice-over artist, lending her voice to numerous films and cartoons. Despite her success, Egger dealt with personal struggles throughout her life, including alcoholism and depression. She died at the age of 53 from a heart attack in Berlin.

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