Austrian movie stars died at 62

Here are 2 famous actresses from Austria died at 62:

Hilde Körber

Hilde Körber (July 3, 1906 Vienna-May 31, 1969 Berlin) was an Austrian actor. Her children are called Maria Körber, Thomas Harlan and Susanne Körber.

Hilde Körber made her acting debut in Vienna before moving to Berlin in the late 1920s. She quickly gained popularity for her performances on stage and on screen, and became known for her roles in films like "Madame Bovary" (1937) and "The Great Love" (1942). Körber also acted in various plays, including productions of Shakespeare's "Hamlet" and Brecht's "Mother Courage and Her Children."

During World War II, Körber continued acting in films and remained in Berlin even as the city was bombed. In 1945, she was briefly imprisoned by the Soviet Union, but was released later that year. Körber's career continued to flourish in post-war Germany, and she won critical acclaim for her performances in several films, including "Nacht fiel über Gotenhafen" (1959) and "Jeder stirbt für sich allein" (1970).

Körber was married twice and had three children, all of whom went on to become successful in their own right. She also received numerous awards and honors for her work, including the Order of Merit of Berlin and the National Prize of East Germany for Art and Literature. Körber passed away in 1969 at the age of 62.

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Carmen Cartellieri

Carmen Cartellieri (June 28, 1891 Prostějov-October 17, 1953 Vienna) also known as Carmen Cartelieri or FranziskaOttilia Cartellieri was an Austrian actor.

She began her acting career in 1913 with a small role in the silent film "Die Millionenmine". Over the next few years, she acted in several silent films and quickly became one of the leading actresses in the Austrian film industry. During the 1920s and 1930s, she appeared in both silent and sound films, and became known for her versatility and range as an actress. In addition to her film work, she also acted on stage and in radio dramas. During World War II, she continued to act in films, but also worked for the resistance, helping smuggle Jews out of Austria. After the war, she continued to act in films until her death in 1953.

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