Czechoslovakian actors died because of Cancer

Here are 3 famous actors from Czechoslovakia died in Cancer:

František Velecký

František Velecký (March 8, 1934 Zvolen-October 5, 2003 Bratislava) a.k.a. Frantisek Velecky, Fero Velecky, Fero Velecký, Ferro Velecký or Fr. Velecký was a Czechoslovakian actor and designer.

He was well-known for his work in theater, film, and television. Velecký received his education in Bratislava at the Academy of Performing Arts where he studied stage design. He then went on to work as a designer for the Slovak National Theater. Later in his career, he started an acting career and appeared in more than 80 films, TV series, and theater productions. He was also a well-known voice actor, lending his voice to many Slovak and Czech language dubbed versions of foreign films. Velecký was awarded the title of Merited Artist by the Slovak Ministry of Culture in recognition of his contributions to Slovak culture.

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Jiří Kodet

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

Jiří Kodet began his acting career in the 1960s, appearing in a range of Czechoslovakian films and television series. He was known for his versatility as an actor, able to play both dramatic and comedic roles. Some of his notable film credits include "The Firemen's Ball" (1967), "The Joke" (1969), and "Long Live Ghosts!" (1976).

In addition to his work on the big screen, Kodet was also a prominent stage actor, performing in numerous plays at the National Theatre in Prague. He was recognized for his contributions to the arts with the Czech Lion award and a lifelong achievement award from the Czech Actors' Association.

Kodet passed away in 2005 at the age of 67, leaving behind a legacy as one of Czechoslovakia's most talented and beloved actors.

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Michal Hofbauer

Michal Hofbauer (January 6, 1964 Prague-January 10, 2013 Prague) also known as Michael Hofbauer was a Czechoslovakian actor.

He graduated from DAMU, the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. Hofbauer worked in a variety of film, television and theater productions. He was one of the most popular actors of his time in the Czech Republic, appearing in films such as "The Elementary School" and "Gympl," and in TV series like "Big Boss" and "Street". He also worked as a voice actor and dubber. Hofbauer received numerous awards for his work, including a Best Actor award at the Montreal World Film Festival for his role in "The Elementary School". Unfortunately, Hofbauer passed away in 2013 at the young age of 49.

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