Austrian movie stars died in 1994

Here are 3 famous actresses from Austria died in 1994:

Lilia Skala

Lilia Skala (November 28, 1896 Vienna-December 18, 1994 Bay Shore) a.k.a. Lila Skala, Lilia Sofer, Lilia Skalla or Lillia Skalla was an Austrian actor.

Skala began her acting career in Vienna in the 1920s, performing in both theater and film. She fled Austria in 1938 with her husband and two children to escape the Nazi regime and emigrated to the United States. Skala continued to act on stage, film and television in the US, and was nominated for an Academy Award for her supporting role in the 1963 film "Lilies of the Field". She also appeared in popular TV shows such as "The Twilight Zone" and "ER". Outside of her acting career, Skala was an accomplished writer, painter, and sculptor. She passed away at the age of 98 in Bay Shore, New York.

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Ingrid Hafner

Ingrid Hafner (November 13, 1936 London-May 20, 1994 Berkshire) also known as Ingrid Elaine Hafner was an Austrian actor. She had two children, Ben Clothier and William Clothier.

Ingrid Hafner was born to Austrian parents who had migrated to London. As a child, Hafner began taking acting and voice lessons and subsequently joined the youth theatre. She made her professional debut on television in the early 1950s and soon became a familiar face in British television, appearing in shows such as "Man of the World," "The Avengers," and "The Saint."

In 1961, Hafner gained international recognition for her starring role in the critically acclaimed British crime drama, "The Avengers," where she played the character Carol Wilson. Despite her success on the small screen, Hafner decided to retire from acting in 1970, after getting married and starting a family.

Ingrid Hafner passed away on May 20, 1994, at the age of 57, after a long battle with cancer. She is remembered as a talented actor who brought depth and nuance to her performances, and as a trailblazer for women in the entertainment industry.

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Elisabeth Neumann-Viertel

Elisabeth Neumann-Viertel (April 5, 1900 Vienna-December 24, 1994 Vienna) a.k.a. Elisabeth "Liesel" Newmann, Elisabeth Neumann, Liese Neumann, E. Neumann-Viertel, Liesl Neumann-Viertel, Elisabeth Viertel or Lisa Neumann was an Austrian actor.

Neumann-Viertel began her acting career in the 1920s and became a well-known stage actress in Austria before transitioning to film in the 1930s. She starred in numerous Austrian and German films throughout her career, often playing strong female characters. In addition to her work as an actor, she was also a successful playwright and screenwriter. Neumann-Viertel was married to director and producer Berthold Viertel and the couple often collaborated on films together. She continued to act in films and on stage well into her 80s and was honored with numerous awards for her contributions to Austrian culture, including the Austrian Decoration for Science and Art.

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