Czechoslovakian movie stars died at 61

Here are 1 famous actors from Czechoslovakia died at 61:

Frederick Valk

Frederick Valk (June 10, 1895 Hamburg-July 23, 1956 London) a.k.a. Fritz Valk was a Czechoslovakian actor.

Valk began his acting career in Germany, where he appeared in silent films such as "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari". In the 1930s, he fled Germany due to the rise of the Nazi regime and settled in the United Kingdom. He continued to act on stage and in films in the UK, including a notable role in the classic war film "The Dam Busters". Valk also appeared on the popular BBC television series "The Quatermass Experiment" in 1953. He was known for his distinctive deep voice and commanding presence on screen. Valk passed away in London at the age of 61.

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