Austrian movie stars died in 2004

Here are 2 famous actresses from Austria died in 2004:

Marika Rökk

Marika Rökk (November 3, 1913 Cairo-May 16, 2004 Baden bei Wien) also known as Marika Rokk, Marika Roekk, Rökk, Marika, Marie Karoline Rökk or The Nazi Ginger Rogers was an Austrian actor, singer and dancer. She had one child, Gabriele Jacoby.

Marika Rökk was born in Cairo to Hungarian parents and spent her early years in Budapest before her family moved to Vienna. She began her career in the 1930s as a stage performer and quickly became a popular actress and singer in Europe. In the 1940s, she was signed by UFA, a German film company, and appeared in several successful films during the Nazi era, leading to her being labeled as the "Nazi Ginger Rogers."

After World War II, Rökk continued to act and sing in Germany and Austria, but her association with the Nazi regime limited her career opportunities. She eventually moved to Switzerland in the 1960s, and continued to perform on stage and in films. In addition to her successful career in entertainment, Rökk was also known for her charitable work and was awarded the Federal Cross of Merit in Germany for her contributions to the arts and cultural heritage.

Marika Rökk passed away at the age of 90 in Baden bei Wien, Austria. Despite her controversial past, she is remembered as a talented performer and an important figure in European entertainment history.

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Maria Perschy

Maria Perschy (September 23, 1938 Eisenstadt-December 3, 2004 Vienna) a.k.a. Herta-Maria Perschy, María Perschy or Maria Pershy was an Austrian actor.

She started her acting career in her home country and achieved national acclaim with her roles in several Austrian films. However, she soon moved to Hollywood in the 1950s to further her career and starred in many American films, including "The Beast of Hollow Mountain" and "The Indian Tomb". Perschy also acted in films in other countries, including Germany, Italy and Spain, and was known for her beauty and talent. In addition to her acting, Perschy was an accomplished painter and writer.

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