Austrian movie stars died in 1982

Here are 2 famous actresses from Austria died in 1982:

Romy Schneider

Romy Schneider (September 23, 1938 Vienna-May 29, 1982 7th arrondissement) otherwise known as Rosemarie Magdalena Albach-Retty, Rosemarie Magdalena Albach, Romy Schneider-Albach, Rosemarie Magdalena Schneider, Romy Albach-Retty, Puppele, miss worried, Rosemarie Magdelena Albach-Retty or Rosemarie Albach was an Austrian actor. She had two children, Sarah Biasini and David Haubenstock.

Schneider began her acting career at a very young age, even before reaching her teenage years. She became famous in her home country for her role as Empress Elisabeth of Austria in the Sissi film series. However, she grew tired of the role and desired to break away from it, leading her to venture into more mature roles.

Schneider's talent as an actor was recognized internationally, earning her critical acclaim and accolades. She won the Best Actress award at the Cannes Film Festival in 1958 for her role in "Les Amants" and was nominated for a César Award for Best Actress for "Les Choses de la Vie" and "Une Histoire Simple."

In addition to her successful acting career, Schneider also had a tumultuous personal life. She struggled with depression and substance abuse, which affected her relationships with her family and partners. Schneider tragically passed away in 1982 at the age of 43 from cardiac arrest.

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Ulla Jacobsson

Ulla Jacobsson (May 23, 1929 Mölndal-August 20, 1982 Vienna) also known as Ulla Jacobsen was an Austrian actor.

Born in Sweden to Danish parents, Ulla Jacobsson was a talented actor who appeared in numerous films throughout the 1950s and 1960s. Her breakout role came in 1955 when she starred as Ingeri in the Ingmar Bergman-directed film "Smiles of a Summer Night." She went on to act in several other Swedish films before moving to the United States in 1963 to further her career.

In Hollywood, Jacobsson appeared in films such as "One Step Beyond" and "Zingo," but found it difficult to break into mainstream American cinema. She continued to act in European films, including the Italian film "The Camp Followers" and the British film "The Double Man."

Jacobsson was also an accomplished stage actor, performing in productions in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Austria. In her later years, she battled with depression and alcoholism before tragically passing away in Vienna in 1982 at the age of 53.

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