Belgian actors died as a result of Coronary artery disease

Here are 1 famous actors from Belgium died in Coronary artery disease:

Sjarel Branckaerts

Sjarel Branckaerts (September 11, 1947 Turnhout-June 10, 2007 Brussels) also known as Karel Branckaerts, Karel Branckaert, Charles Brankaerts or Charles was a Belgian actor.

He began his career in the late 1960s in several Belgian theater productions before transitioning to film and television in the 1980s. Branckaerts appeared in numerous films such as "Toto le héros" (1991), "Daens" (1992), and "The Eighth Day" (1996). He also appeared in several popular TV series, including "Witse" and "Flikken". In 2001, he was awarded the Flemish Culture Prize for Film. Besides his acting career, Branckaerts was also known for his commitment to social issues and activism, and was involved in various organizations, including Amnesty International. He passed away at the age of 59 due to complications from cancer.

Branckaerts was born on September 11, 1947, in Turnhout, Belgium. After completing his education, he began his career as a theatre artist and acted in various Belgian theatre productions in the late 1960s. His notable works in the theatre include productions such as "De Revisor" and "Mannen op de Maan."

In the 1980s, Branckaerts made his transition into the world of cinema and television. He made his film debut in 1983 with the film "Het gezin van Paemel," directed by Paul Cammermans. He then went on to act in numerous critically acclaimed and commercially successful films such as "Toto le héros" (1991), "Daens" (1992), "The Eighth Day" (1996), and "Iedereen Beroemd!" (2000).

Apart from movies, Branckaerts was also a prominent face on Belgian television. He acted in several popular TV series such as "Witse," "Flikken," and "Kaat & co."

In addition to his successful acting career, Branckaerts was widely known for his social activism and commitment to various causes. He supported Amnesty International and was actively involved in promoting human rights issues.

On June 10, 2007, Karel Branckaerts passed away at the age of 59, following a long battle with cancer. He will always be remembered as a multi-talented artist and social activist who made significant contributions to the world of Belgian cinema and theatre.

Aside from his impressive contribution to cinema and television, Karel Branckaerts was an environmentally-conscious individual who supported sustainable living. He actively championed climate change advocacy and lent his voice to the cause of preserving the environment. Branckaerts also served as a lecturer for acting courses in various colleges and universities, passing down his knowledge and expertise to the next generation of actors. He remained active in the industry until his unfortunate demise in 2007. Branckaerts' legacy continues to live on through the many films, television shows, and theatrical productions he appeared in, and the significant impact he had in advocating for human rights and environmental conservation.

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