Czech movie actors died in the year 2011

Here are 4 famous actors from Czech Republic died in 2011:

Arnošt Lustig

Arnošt Lustig (December 21, 1926 Prague-February 26, 2011 Prague) also known as Arnost Lustig, Arnošt Lustig or Lustig was a Czech author, actor, writer, novelist and playwright. He had two children, Eva Lustigová and Josef Lustig.

Lustig was a Holocaust survivor, having been imprisoned in the Theresienstadt, Auschwitz, and Buchenwald concentration camps during World War II. His experiences during the war heavily influenced his writing, with many of his works exploring themes of trauma, survival, and the suffering of innocent people. Lustig's most famous works include "A Prayer for Katerina Horovitzova," "Dita Saxova," and "Lovely Green Eyes." He received numerous literary awards throughout his career, including the National Jewish Book Award and the Franz Kafka Prize. In addition to his writing, Lustig was also an accomplished filmmaker, having written several screenplays and directed multiple films. His legacy continues to inspire writers and artists around the world.

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Rostislav Čtvrtlík

Rostislav Čtvrtlík (November 9, 1963 Olomouc-March 6, 2011 Prague) was a Czech actor.

During his career, Čtvrtlík appeared in numerous films, television series, and theatre productions. He studied at the Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno before becoming a member of the National Theatre in Prague. He was well-known for his roles in films such as "All My Loved Ones," "Divided We Fall," and "Angel of the Lord." Čtvrtlík was a highly esteemed actor in the Czech Republic, and his contributions to the country's cultural scene were widely recognized. Unfortunately, he passed away at the age of 47 after suffering from cancer. His legacy as a talented actor lives on in the hearts of his fans and fellow performers.

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Pavel Vondruška

Pavel Vondruška (November 15, 1925 České Budějovice-February 5, 2011 Prague) a.k.a. Pavel Vondruska or Pavel Vonduska was a Czech actor, musician and conductor.

Vondruška graduated from the Prague Conservatory with a degree in conducting. He initially worked as a conductor and pianist in various theaters throughout Czechoslovakia. Later, he began to perform as an actor and appeared in more than 40 feature films and television series. Vondruška was particularly known for his comedic roles and his music talents often played a prominent role in his performances. He also worked as a voice-over artist, dubbing foreign films into Czech.Outside of his acting career, Vondruška played the saxophone in several jazz bands and composed music for various films and theater productions.

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Jan Fischer

Jan Fischer (July 19, 1921-September 26, 2011 Česká Lípa) was a Czech actor and theatre director.

He began his acting career in the Czech theatre scene, ultimately becoming the drama director at the National Theatre in Prague. He appeared in films throughout his career, with notable roles in "The Good Soldier Schweik" and "All My Good Countrymen." In addition to his work on stage and screen, Fischer also served as a Member of Parliament in the Czech Republic from 1990 to 1992. He was recognized with numerous awards throughout his career, including the Order of Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk and the Thalia Award for lifetime achievement in the Czech theatre. Fischer passed away in 2011 at the age of 90.

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