Czech movie actors died in the year 2005

Here are 1 famous actors from Czech Republic died in 2005:

Jiří Kodet

Jiří Kodet (December 6, 1937 Prague-June 25, 2005 Prague) also known as J. Kodet, Jiøí Kodet or Jirí Kodet was a Czech actor. His children are called Barbora Kodetová, Ian Kodet and Karolína Kodetová.

Kodet was a prolific actor and performed in numerous films, television series, and theatre productions throughout his career. He graduated from the Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague in 1959 and made his professional debut at the National Theatre in Prague the same year. He also had a successful career as a voice actor and lent his voice to many Czech versions of foreign films.

Some of Kodet's notable film roles include appearances in the films "Loves of a Blonde" (1965), "The Cremator" (1969), and "The Jester and the Queen" (1988). He also appeared in several popular television shows such as "The Hospital on the Outskirts" and "Circus Humberto".

Kodet's talent was widely recognized and he received numerous awards for his contributions to Czech theatre and film. In 1999, he was awarded the Thalia Award, the highest honor bestowed upon theatrical artists in the Czech Republic.

Kodet passed away in 2005 at the age of 67 from undisclosed causes. Despite his passing, his legacy as a talented actor and influential figure in Czech theatre and film continues to be celebrated by fans and industry professionals alike.

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