Austrian movie stars died in 1965

Here are 3 famous actresses from Austria died in 1965:

Leopoldine Konstantin

Leopoldine Konstantin (March 12, 1886 Brno-December 14, 1965 Hietzing) a.k.a. Madame Konstantin or Leopoldine Eugenie Amelie Konstantin was an Austrian actor.

Leopoldine Konstantin started her acting career in 1905 on stage and later transitioned to appear in films during the 1920s. She acted in numerous successful German and Austrian films, including "The Love of Jeanne Ney" (1927) and "The Congress Dances" (1931). She continued to act on film until the late 1950s and appeared in over 80 movies. Konstantin was known for her dramatic performances and often portrayed aristocratic or villainous characters. She received critical acclaim for her role in the film "The Great King" (1942). Despite her success on screen, Konstantin remained humble and devoted to her craft, giving back to the acting community by serving as a coach and mentor to young actors.

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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 Fein

Maria Fein (April 7, 1892 Vienna-September 15, 1965 Zürich) was an Austrian actor. Her child is called Maria Becker.

Maria Fein began her acting career in the early 1900s and went on to become a prominent figure in Austrian theater and film. In her early years, she performed with the renowned Reinhardt Theater Company in Vienna, and later worked with prominent directors such as Fritz Lang and G.W. Pabst. Fein's work in film included roles in seminal Austrian films such as "The Merry Widow" (1925) and "The Congress Dances" (1931), and she continued to act in films throughout the 1940s and 1950s. In addition to her work on stage and screen, Fein was also a noted voice actress, and lent her voice to several radio dramas in the 1940s. Her daughter, Maria Becker, would also go on to become a celebrated actor in her own right. Fein passed away in Zurich in 1965 at the age of 73.

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