Austrian movie stars died at 78

Here are 4 famous actresses from Austria died at 78:

Gusti Huber

Gusti Huber (July 27, 1914 Wiener Neustadt-July 12, 1993 Mount Kisco) also known as Auguste Huber or Auguste "Gusti" Huber was an Austrian actor. She had four children, Bibi Besch, Andrew Besch, Drea Besch and Christina Besch.

Gusti Huber was best known for her work in the German and Austrian film industries in the 1930s and 1940s, before immigrating to the United States in 1952. There, she continued to act in both film and television, making appearances in popular shows such as "The Untouchables", "Perry Mason", and "The Twilight Zone". She also appeared in several films, including the classic horror movie "The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms" and the drama "The Lady from Texas". In addition to her acting career, Huber was active in charitable causes and served as a board member for several organizations.

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Alma Seidler

Alma Seidler (June 1, 1899 Leoben-December 8, 1977 Vienna) was an Austrian actor.

She worked extensively in theater, film and television, and was highly regarded for her performances. Seidler began her acting career in the year 1918 and went on to perform in dozens of films over the course of her career. Her most celebrated role came in 1925, when she played the lead character in a silent film called "The City Without Jews." She continued acting into her 70s, and even received the Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art in 1969 for her contributions. Seidler’s acting style was highly expressive and she was known for her ability to convey emotions with subtlety and nuance. She is remembered as one of the most talented actors of her generation.

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Mária Sulyok

Mária Sulyok (November 5, 1908 Bruckneudorf-October 20, 1987 Budapest) also known as Sulyok Mária was an Austrian actor.

She began her career in the 1930s as a stage actor in Hungary and Austria, before making her way onto the big screen. Sulyok appeared in over 30 films, with her most notable roles being in "A Parisi nő" (1930), "Varjú a toronyórán" (1939), and "Az emigráns" (1948).

During World War II, Sulyok was forced to flee to Germany due to the political situation in Hungary. However, she returned to her homeland in 1945, and continued to act until her retirement in the 1970s. Aside from being an accomplished actor, Sulyok was also a translator, translating works from German to Hungarian.

Throughout her career, Sulyok received numerous awards for her contributions to the arts, including the Kossuth Prize in 1951, and the "Best Actress" award at the Cannes Film Festival in 1949 for her role in "Az emigráns".

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Gussy Holl

Gussy Holl (February 22, 1888 Frankfurt-July 16, 1966 Salzburg) also known as Ruth Maria Holl, Auguste Marie Holl or Augusta Holl was an Austrian actor and singer.

Gussy Holl was born in Frankfurt, Germany in 1888 to Austrian parents. She began her career as a soprano singer, performing in operas and operettas in Vienna, Berlin, and elsewhere in Germany. Holl also made several recordings, including popular songs like "Ich bin die fesche Lola" and "Ich liebe Dich."

In addition to her singing career, Holl also acted in films and on stage. She appeared in several silent films in the early 1900s, transitioning to talkies in the 1930s. Holl also acted in theater productions, both in Austria and abroad.

During World War II, Holl continued to perform in Austria and Germany, despite the political climate. She was briefly imprisoned by the Gestapo in 1944 but was released due to poor health. After the war, she continued to act and sing, becoming a popular performer in post-war Austria.

Holl passed away on July 16, 1966 in Salzburg, Austria. She is remembered as a talented performer and a trailblazer for women in the entertainment industry.

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