Czechoslovakian actors died because of Poison

Here are 1 famous actors from Czechoslovakia died in Poison:

Jiří Šlitr

Jiří Šlitr (February 15, 1924 Studenec-December 26, 1969 Prague) otherwise known as Jirí Slitr was a Czechoslovakian pianist, composer, actor, singer, film score composer, painter and cartoonist. His child is called Dominika Křesťanová.

Jiří Šlitr was a prominent figure in Czech culture during the 1960s, and was considered as one of the leaders of the Czech New Wave. He began his career as a jazz pianist and gradually moved towards composing music for films and theater. Some of his most notable works include the scores for Czech movies like "Lemonade Joe", "Adele Hasn't Had Her Dinner Yet" and "If a Thousand Clarinets".

Apart from his musical talents, Jiří Šlitr was also known for his acting abilities, and was a popular figure in Czech theater. He began his acting career in the early 1950s, and appeared in several plays, musicals and films throughout his career. In 1966, he was awarded the prestigious Thalia Award for his contributions to Czech Theater.

Jiří Šlitr was also an accomplished painter and cartoonist, and his works have been displayed in galleries across Czechoslovakia. Despite his many talents, he was known for his modest and unassuming personality. He passed away at the age of 45, leaving behind a rich legacy of music, art, and culture.

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