Here are 2 famous actresses from Austria died in 1999:
Hilde Krahl (January 10, 1917 Slavonski Brod-June 28, 1999 Vienna) a.k.a. Hildegard Kolacný was an Austrian actor. Her child is called Johanna Liebeneiner.
Hilde Krahl started her acting career in the 1930s mainly in theater productions, but it wasn't long before she transitioned to the film industry. She starred in her first movie in 1936, and went on to act in dozens of films throughout her career. Krahl was known for her captivating performances which made her a matinee idol in Austria and Germany during the 1940s and 1950s.
Aside from acting, Krahl was also an accomplished singer and she performed in several musical productions both on stage and on screen. In the 1980s, she returned to the theater to act in some of the most influential plays of the time. Her exceptional talent as an actor won her numerous awards, including the prestigious Kammerschauspielerin title in 1961.
Krahl was married to the actor and director Wolfgang Liebeneiner for over 40 years, and their daughter Johanna followed in their footsteps and became an actress. Hilde Krahl remained active in the entertainment industry until her death in 1999, leaving behind an enduring legacy as one of the greatest actresses of her generation.
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Grete Natzler (June 19, 1906 Vienna-June 10, 1999 Key West) also known as Della Lind or Grete Netzler was an Austrian actor.
She began her career as a stage actor in Vienna, where she acted in productions of plays by writers such as Arthur Schnitzler and Stefan Zweig. She later became a well-known film and television actor, starring in movies such as "Das Liebesleben der schönen Evelyne" and "Prize of the German Film". During the Second World War, Natzler fled to the United States, where she continued her acting career on Broadway and in Hollywood. She also appeared in several TV shows, including "Alfred Hitchcock Presents" and "Perry Mason". In her later years, she moved to Key West, where she lived until her death in 1999.
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