Austrian movie stars died at 63

Here are 3 famous actresses from Austria died at 63:

Charlotte Wolter

Charlotte Wolter (March 1, 1834 Cologne-June 14, 1897 Hietzing) was an Austrian actor.

She was born as Charlotte Pick in Cologne and began her acting career at a young age. In 1855, she married her first husband, the actor and director Gustav Franz von Wolter. They worked together in various theaters in Austria and Germany, including the Burgtheater in Vienna. After her husband's death in 1878, Charlotte Wolter continued to perform and also took on directorial roles. She was known for her versatile acting abilities, playing both tragic and comedic roles with ease. She was highly respected in the theater community and was also involved in charity work. She died in Hietzing, a suburb of Vienna, at the age of 63.

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Lucie Englisch

Lucie Englisch (February 8, 1902 Baden bei Wien-October 12, 1965 Erlangen) a.k.a. Lucy Englisch, Paula Aloisia Englisch or Lucy English was an Austrian actor.

She began her acting career on stage in Vienna and appeared in numerous productions throughout the 1920s and 1930s. In the 1940s, Englisch transitioned to film and appeared in several German productions, including "Münchhausen" and "Kolberg". After World War II, Englisch moved to West Germany and continued to act in films such as "The Wonderful Years" and "Ich kämpfe um dich". In addition to her acting career, Englisch was also a talented singer and recorded several songs during her career.

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Maria Holst

Maria Holst (April 2, 1917 Vienna-October 8, 1980 Salzburg) a.k.a. Maria Czizek was an Austrian actor.

She started her acting career in the early 1940s and appeared in numerous films throughout the following decades. Holst was known for her range as an actress, and was equally adept at drama and comedy. Perhaps her most famous role came in the 1955 film "Sissi," in which she played the role of Archduchess Sophie, mother of the titular character played by Romy Schneider. Holst continued to act in films and on stage until her death in 1980.

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