Austrian movie stars died in 1967

Here are 2 famous actresses from Austria died in 1967:

Ruth Sobotka

Ruth Sobotka (September 4, 1925 Vienna-June 17, 1967 New York City) also known as Ruth Kubrick, Ruth Sobotka Kubrick or Ruth A. Sobotka was an Austrian costume designer, film art director, actor, dancer and painter.

She was best known for her works in films like "2001: A Space Odyssey" and "Clockwork Orange," both directed by her second husband, Stanley Kubrick. Sobotka started her career as a ballerina and dancer in Vienna before moving to New York in the 1950s. She became a prominent figure in the avant-garde art scene and worked with famous artists such as Robert Rauschenberg and John Cage. She met Kubrick in 1956 and they got married the same year. She worked on several of Kubrick's films as a costume designer and art director and was responsible for creating some of the most iconic looks in cinema history. Despite her success, Sobotka struggled with mental health issues and tragically took her own life in 1967. She left behind a legacy of innovative work that continues to inspire artists and filmmakers to this day.

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Albertina Rasch

Albertina Rasch (January 19, 1891 Vienna-October 2, 1967 Woodland Hills) a.k.a. Madame Albertina Rasch, Albertina Rasch Dancers or Albertina Rasch Girls was an Austrian dancer, choreographer and actor.

She began performing at a young age and went on to become a highly acclaimed choreographer known for her innovative and dramatic dance productions. Rasch's work was known for blending modern and traditional dance styles, as well as incorporating elaborate sets and costumes. She started her own dance troupe, the Albertina Rasch Dancers, which became very popular in vaudeville and Hollywood during the 1920s and 1930s. Rasch also worked as a choreographer for Broadway shows and Hollywood films, including "The Great Ziegfeld" and "The Hollywood Revue of 1929". She continued to work in the entertainment industry until her death in 1967 at the age of 76. Her contributions to the world of dance and choreography have been praised as innovative and groundbreaking.

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