Here are 3 famous actresses from Austria died in 1958:
Rose Stradner (July 31, 1913 Vienna-September 27, 1958 Mount Kisco) a.k.a. Rosa Stradner or Rose was an Austrian actor. Her children are called Christopher Mankiewicz and Tom Mankiewicz.
Stradner started her career in Austria and became a popular star of the Viennese theater scene during the 1930s. She made her film debut in Germany in 1936, appearing in the movie "We Have Only One Life" (Wir leben einmal). Stradner also acted in several Austrian films before marrying the Hollywood director Joseph L. Mankiewicz in 1939 and moving to the United States.
In Hollywood, Stradner appeared in several films, including "The Man Who Came to Dinner" (1942) and "The Shanghai Gesture" (1941), and worked with her husband on the film "No Way Out" (1950). Despite her promising career, Stradner struggled with depression and alcoholism.
Tragically, Stradner took her own life in 1958 at the age of 45. She is buried in the Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Hawthorne, New York.
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Tala Birell (September 10, 1907 Bucharest-February 17, 1958 Landstuhl) a.k.a. Thala Birell, Natalie Bierl or Talusha was an Austrian actor.
Born to Austrian parents in Bucharest, Tala Birell spent her childhood moving between Romania, Austria, and Germany. She began her acting career on stage in Europe before emigrating to the United States in the 1930s. Birell appeared in Hollywood films throughout the 1930s and 1940s, often playing glamorous and exotic roles due to her Eastern European background. Some of her notable film credits include "The Song of Songs" (1933) and "The Invisible Man Returns" (1940). In addition to acting, Birell was known for her talent in dance and could speak several languages fluently. She passed away in 1958 at the age of 50 due to heart failure.
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Hedwig Bleibtreu (December 23, 1868 Linz-January 24, 1958 Vienna) was an Austrian actor.
She made her stage debut in 1888 in Graz and later moved on to perform in Vienna. Bleibtreu was one of the most famous actresses of her time in Austria and was renowned for her portrayal of strong-willed, complex women. She was particularly known for her roles in plays by Frank Wedekind, Henrik Ibsen, and Hugo von Hofmannsthal. In addition to her work on stage, Bleibtreu appeared in several films throughout her career, including the silent film "Sodom und Gomorrha" (1922). Despite being forced to flee Austria during World War II due to her Jewish heritage, Bleibtreu returned to Vienna after the war and continued to act until her death in 1958.
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