Belgian actors died as a result of Suicide

Here are 3 famous actors from Belgium died in Suicide:

Philippe Volter

Philippe Volter (March 23, 1959 Uccle-April 13, 2005 Paris) also known as Phillipe Volter or Philippe Wolter was a Belgian actor.

He began his acting career in the 1980s, appearing in numerous Belgian and French films as well as theater productions. He also worked as a voice actor, lending his voice to French-language versions of popular films and television shows.

Volter was known for his powerful and emotional performances, and received critical acclaim for his roles in films such as "La Promesse" and "L'Enfant". He was also a regular performer with the Théâtre National in Brussels, where he appeared in a number of productions.

In addition to his work as an actor, Volter was also a translator, and worked to bring the works of Samuel Beckett and other important playwrights into the French language.

Tragically, Volter died in 2005 at the age of 46, following a heart attack while he was working on a theater production in Paris. His death was mourned by fans and fellow actors alike, who remembered him as a talented and dedicated performer who had made a significant impact on the world of French-language theater and film.

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Ronny Coutteure

Ronny Coutteure (July 2, 1951 Wervik-June 21, 2000 Fretin) also known as Raymond Coutteure or Ronny Louis Edmond Coutteure was a Belgian actor, screenwriter, author, television presenter, film director and restaurateur.

Coutteure's acting career spanned over three decades, during which he appeared in numerous Belgian and French films and television series. Some of his notable performances include his role in "Le Pain Noir," a French television series, and his portrayal of the lead character in "Les Enfants Terribles," a Belgian film. In addition to his acting career, Coutteure was also a successful screenwriter and authored several books.

Later in his career, Coutteure ventured into television hosting and directing. He hosted the television show "La Cuisine des Vedettes," in which he interviewed famous personalities while cooking with them. He also directed the film "Le Jour Où Tout a Basculé," which starred French actress Carole Bouquet.

Outside of the entertainment industry, Coutteure also owned and operated a restaurant in his hometown of Wervik. He passed away in 2000 at the age of 49 due to complications from lung cancer.

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Rémy Belvaux

Rémy Belvaux (November 10, 1966 Namur, Belgium-September 4, 2006 Orry-la-Ville) a.k.a. Remy Belvaux or Rémy Nicolas Lucien Belvaux was a Belgian film producer, film director, actor, screenwriter and film editor.

Belvaux is most known for his mockumentary film "Man Bites Dog" which he co-wrote, co-directed, and starred in. The film's dark comedy and controversial subject matter earned critical acclaim and was praised for its innovative style. Belvaux continued to work in the film industry, directing and writing several other films, including "Pas de C4 pour Daniel-Daniel" and "Just For One Night". He also acted in films such as "Mauvais Genre" and "La Promesse". Belvaux tragically passed away at the age of 39 from a heart attack.

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