Czechoslovakian movie stars died in 1979

Here are 2 famous actors from Czechoslovakia died in 1979:

Frederick Stafford

Frederick Stafford (March 11, 1928 Czechoslovakia-July 28, 1979 Lugano) also known as Frederick Stanford or Friedrich Strobel von Stein was a Czechoslovakian actor. His child is called Roderick Stafford.

Frederick Stafford was best known for his work in spy films, particularly his role as Agent OSS 117 in the French film series of the same name. Prior to his acting career, Stafford served as a fighter pilot in the Czech Air Force and later in the British Royal Air Force. After his film career ended in the 1970s, Stafford worked as a real estate agent in Switzerland. He died in 1979 at the age of 51 due to a heart attack while playing tennis. In addition to his son Roderick, Stafford had two daughters, Caroline and Olivia.

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Václav Trégl

Václav Trégl (December 10, 1902 Bělá pod Bezdězem-February 11, 1979 Prague) also known as V. Trégl was a Czechoslovakian actor.

He began his acting career in the 1920s and quickly became popular in the Czechoslovakian theatre scene. Trégl starred in over 100 films throughout his career and is one of the most recognizable figures in Czech cinema. He was especially known for his performances in comedic and character roles, often portraying ordinary people with everyday struggles.

Aside from acting, Trégl was also involved in the Czechoslovakian resistance movement during World War II, and was imprisoned in a concentration camp as a result. After the war, he resumed his acting career, performing on stage and in films.

Throughout his lifetime, Trégl received numerous awards, including the Order of Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk for his contributions to Czech culture. He is considered an icon in Czech cinema and his legacy has inspired generations of actors that followed.

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