Belarusian movie stars died in 2001

Here are 2 famous actors from Belarus died in 2001:

Carl Don

Carl Don (December 15, 1910 Vitebsk-March 6, 2001 New York City) was a Belarusian actor.

He began his acting career in Belarus and later moved to Moscow, where he studied at the Moscow Art Theatre. In 1939, he moved to New York City and began performing with the Yiddish Theatre. Don went on to have a successful career in both Yiddish and English-language productions on Broadway and in film. He appeared in many productions, such as "Cabaret," "Fiddler on the Roof," and "Zorba the Greek." Don was also a founding member of the Actors Studio and taught at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute.

Jerzy Bielenia

Jerzy Bielenia (April 14, 1918 Minsk-June 25, 2001 Warsaw) was a Belarusian actor.

He was known for his work in both theater and film, and was one of the most recognized actors in Poland. Bielenia began his career in theater in the 1940s before transitioning to film in the 1950s. He acted in over 70 films throughout his career, including "Ashes and Diamonds" (1958), "The Saragossa Manuscript" (1965), and "A Jungle Book of Regulations" (1979), among others. Bielenia was also awarded with numerous awards for his contribution to Polish culture, including the Commander's Cross with Star of the Order of Polonia Restituta, which is one of the highest honors awarded by the Polish government. Throughout his life, he remained committed to his craft and continued to inspire generations of actors with his exceptional talent.

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