Austrian movie stars died in 1993

Here are 2 famous actresses from Austria died in 1993:

Gusti Huber

Gusti Huber (July 27, 1914 Wiener Neustadt-July 12, 1993 Mount Kisco) also known as Auguste Huber or Auguste "Gusti" Huber was an Austrian actor. She had four children, Bibi Besch, Andrew Besch, Drea Besch and Christina Besch.

Gusti Huber was best known for her work in the German and Austrian film industries in the 1930s and 1940s, before immigrating to the United States in 1952. There, she continued to act in both film and television, making appearances in popular shows such as "The Untouchables", "Perry Mason", and "The Twilight Zone". She also appeared in several films, including the classic horror movie "The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms" and the drama "The Lady from Texas". In addition to her acting career, Huber was active in charitable causes and served as a board member for several organizations.

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Anita Dorris

Anita Dorris (December 21, 1903 Lübeck-December 24, 1993 Vienna) a.k.a. Anita Dorothea Schmidt was an Austrian actor. She had one child, Maria Emo.

Anita Dorris began her acting career on stage in the 1920s before transitioning to film. She appeared in several notable films such as "Viktor und Viktoria" (1933), "Mädchen in Uniform" (1931), and "Katharina Knie" (1929). In the early 1930s, Dorris moved to Hollywood and continued her acting career there. She appeared in films such as "Viva Villa!" (1934) and "The Crime of Doctor Crespi" (1935).

Eventually, Dorris returned to Europe and continued acting in films and on stage in Austria and Germany. She was known for her versatility and ability to play a range of roles, from comedic to dramatic. In addition to acting, she also worked as a screenwriter and director.

Despite her success, Dorris was forced to flee Austria during World War II because of her Jewish heritage. She emigrated to the United States, where she continued to act in films and on television. After the war, she returned to Austria and continued acting until her retirement in 1978.

Dorris was also a noted patron of the arts and a supporter of new talent. She was awarded the Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art in recognition of her contributions to the arts. She passed away in Vienna in 1993 at the age of 90.

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