Austrian movie stars died in 1997

Here are 1 famous actresses from Austria died in 1997:

Käthe Gold

Käthe Gold (February 11, 1907 Vienna-October 11, 1997 Vienna) also known as Kathe Gold or Katharina Stephanie Gold was an Austrian actor.

Gold began her acting career in the 1920s and quickly became a popular actress in Austrian films. She starred in several notable movies, such as "Kaiserwalzer" (1933) and "G'schichten aus dem Wienerwald" (1957). Gold also appeared in numerous stage productions, including the Vienna Burgtheater.

During World War II, Gold and her husband were forced to flee Austria due to their Jewish heritage. They settled in the United States, where Gold continued her acting career in Hollywood films under the stage name Käthe von Nagy. Some of her notable roles in American films include "The Moon Is Down" (1943) and "The Uninvited" (1944).

After the war, Gold returned to Austria and resumed her career in theater and film. She received numerous awards for her work, including the Kainz Medal and the Cross of Merit for Science and Art.

In addition to her work in the entertainment industry, Gold was known for her philanthropy and activism. She was a vocal supporter of human rights and social justice causes and was actively involved in supporting refugees and displaced persons.

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