Czech movie actors died when they were 77

Here are 3 famous actors from Czech Republic died at 77:

Vladimír Ráž

Vladimír Ráž (July 1, 1923 Nejdek-July 4, 2000 Prague) also known as V. Raz was a Czech actor. He had three children, Sasha Ráž, Veronika Ražová and Markéta Rážová.

He died caused by natural causes.

Ráž rose to fame in the 1950s as a member of Prague's Divadlo Semafor theatre troupe, where he performed in several comedic productions. He later appeared in numerous Czech and Slovak films, earning critical acclaim for his role in the 1960 drama 'Traitor.' Ráž also had a successful voice acting career, lending his distinctive voice to several popular Czech animated characters. In addition to his acting work, Ráž was an accomplished singer, performing and recording with several noted Czech musicians.

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Petr Haničinec

Petr Haničinec (September 15, 1930 Pardubice-November 7, 2007 Bratronice (Kladno District)) was a Czech actor.

He died in cancer.

Petr Haničinec began his acting career in the 1950s, performing in various theater productions in the Czech Republic. He later transitioned to film and television, and became a well-known face in Czech cinema. Some of his notable film credits include "Adelheid," "Krava," and "Velká Filmová Loupez." He also appeared in popular television series such as "The Road to Damascus" and "Arabela." In addition to acting, Haničinec was also a successful voice actor, lending his voice to characters in Czech-dubbed versions of foreign films. He remained active in the entertainment industry until his death in 2007, leaving behind a legacy as one of the most beloved and respected actors in Czech cinema.

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Martin Ruzek

Martin Ruzek (September 23, 1918 Červený Kostelec-December 18, 1995 Prague) a.k.a. Martin Erhard or Martin Růžek was a Czech actor.

He studied acting at the Prague Conservatory and made his stage debut in 1940 at the Vinohrady Theatre in Prague. Ruzek quickly became one of the most popular actors of his generation, and appeared in over 100 films during his career. His most famous roles include the grandfather in the film "Three Hazelnuts for Cinderella" (Tři oříšky pro Popelku) and the devil in the film "Valerie and Her Week of Wonders" (Valerie a týden divů). Ruzek was also a prolific voice actor, dubbing foreign films and TV shows into Czech. He received numerous awards throughout his career, including the prestigious Thalia Award for his contribution to Czech theatre.

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