Austrian movie stars died in 2005

Here are 3 famous actresses from Austria died in 2005:

Maria Schell

Maria Schell (January 15, 1926 Vienna-April 26, 2005 Preitenegg) also known as Maria Margarethe Anna Schell, Margarete Schell, Gritli Schell, Seelchen or Little soul was an Austrian actor. She had two children, Oliver Schell and Marie-Theres Relin.

Schell began her career as a stage actress in Vienna before making her film debut in 1942. She gained international recognition for her roles in the films "The Brothers Karamazov" (1958) and "The Hanging Tree" (1959). She also starred in several German films, including "Gervaise" (1956) and "The Heart of St. Pauli" (1957).

In addition to her successful acting career, Schell was also a published poet and author. She wrote several books, including a memoir about her brother, actor Maximilian Schell, who passed away in 2014.

Throughout her life, Schell received many awards for her contributions to the arts, including the Golden Globe Award and the Bambi Award. She passed away in 2005 at the age of 79.

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Susi Nicoletti

Susi Nicoletti (September 3, 1918 Munich-June 5, 2005 Vienna) otherwise known as Susanne Emilie Luise Adele Nicoletti, Suzanne Emilie Luise Adele Habersack or Susanne Emilie Luise Adele Habersack was an Austrian dancer, actor and acting teacher.

She began her career as a dancer in Germany, but after World War II, she settled in Vienna and transitioned to acting. Nicoletti became one of Austria's most beloved stage actresses, appearing in numerous productions at the Burgtheater and other renowned theaters. She also made a name for herself on television, appearing in popular Austrian TV shows and movies.

In addition to her work as an actress, Nicoletti was a respected acting teacher. She taught at the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna and was known for her dedication to training young actors. Many of her students went on to have successful acting careers in Austria and beyond.

Throughout her life, Nicoletti was recognized for her contributions to the arts. She received numerous awards for her work as an actress and was honored with the Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art. She passed away in 2005, leaving behind a rich legacy in Austrian culture.

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Trude Marlen

Trude Marlen (November 7, 1912 Graz-June 9, 2005 Vienna) also known as Trude Posch was an Austrian actor. She had one child, Sacha Darwin.

Trude Marlen was born Gertrude Posch in Graz, Austria-Hungary. She began her acting career under the name Trude Kiel in 1932, appearing in several films. In 1933, she changed her stage name to Trude Marlen and had her breakthrough role in the film "Acht M├Ądels im Boot". She went on to star in numerous films throughout the 1930s and 1940s, becoming one of the most popular actresses in Germany and Austria.

After World War II, Marlen continued her successful acting career in both films and stage productions. She was also a popular television actress, appearing in several series in the 1960s and 1970s. Despite her success, Marlen was known for her modesty and down-to-earth personality. She retired from acting in 1982 after more than 50 years in the industry.

In addition to her acting work, Marlen was also a talented singer and recorded several songs throughout her career. She was married twice, first to actor Theo Lingen and later to director Franz Antel. Marlen passed away in Vienna in 2005 at the age of 92.

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