Austrian movie stars died before 30

Here are 3 famous actresses from Austria died before 30:

Josephine Wessely

Josephine Wessely (March 18, 1860 Vienna-August 12, 1887 Karlovy Vary) was an Austrian actor.

She died in leukemia.

Josephine Wessely was born into a family of actors and made her stage debut at the age of 16. She quickly became one of the most popular and talented actresses of her time, known for her ability to perform a wide range of roles with great skill and emotional depth. Her performances were praised for their authenticity and ability to bring the characters to life on stage. She was particularly known for her work with the Burgtheater in Vienna, where she performed for many years. Unfortunately, her promising career was tragically cut short by her untimely death from leukemia at the age of 27. Despite her short life and career, Josephine Wessely remains a beloved figure in the history of Austrian theater, and her legacy continues to inspire and influence generations of actors and theater practitioners.

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Krista Nell

Krista Nell (January 21, 1946 Vienna-June 19, 1975 Rome) also known as Doris Kristanel, Doris Cristanel, Christa Nelli, Manuela Rivera or Doris Kristanell was an Austrian actor and pornographic film actor.

She died caused by leukemia.

Krista Nell began her acting career in the 1960s, appearing in various Italian films such as "Il Successo" and "Seduction of the South". In the 1970s, she transitioned into pornographic films, starring in several explicit titles such as "Abuso di potere" and "Napoli... la camorra sfida, la città risponde". Despite the controversial and explicit nature of her work, Krista Nell was regarded as a talented actor and was praised for her performances in both mainstream and adult films. She was also known for her striking beauty and captivating screen presence. Krista Nell passed away at the age of 29 due to complications from leukemia, leaving behind a legacy as an iconoclastic figure in Italian cinema.

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Eva May

Eva May (May 29, 1902 Vienna-September 10, 1924 Baden bei Wien) also known as Eva Maria Mandl was an Austrian actor.

She started her acting career at the age of 17, performing on the stage in Vienna. Eva May's breakthrough in the film industry came in 1921 when she played the lead role in the silent film "The Adventuress" directed by E. A. Dupont. She quickly became one of the most popular actresses of her time, appearing in several successful films such as "Die Sklavenkönigin" (1924) and "Die Försterchristl" (1926).

Apart from acting, Eva May was also involved in film direction and screenwriting. She directed and wrote the screenplay for "The Daughter of the Seductive Vampire" (1920), a film she also acted in. Sadly, Eva May's promising career was cut short when she died at the young age of 22 due to heart failure. However, her contributions to the silent film era remain significant, and she is remembered as a talented actor and filmmaker.

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