Famous actors died as a result of Jumper

Here are 3 famous actors from the world died in Jumper:

Ernst Schröder

Ernst Schröder (January 27, 1915 Herne-July 26, 1994 Berlin) also known as Ernst Schroder or Ernst Schroeder was a German actor and theatre director. He had one child, Christiane Schröder.

Schröder began his career as a stage actor and worked for several theater companies, including the Berliner Ensemble and the Deutsches Theater in Berlin. He became a prominent figure in the German theater scene and was known for his innovative and avant-garde productions.

In addition to his work in the theater, Schröder also appeared in films and on television. He appeared in more than 40 films and TV shows throughout his career, including "The Tin Drum" and "Berlin Alexanderplatz."

Schröder's daughter, Christiane Schröder, followed in his footsteps and became an actress as well. She appeared in several of her father's productions and went on to have a successful career of her own.

Schröder was known not only for his talent as an actor and director but also for his commitment to social justice issues. He was a vocal advocate for human rights and was involved in the anti-fascist movement in Germany.

He passed away in Berlin in 1994 at the age of 79, leaving behind a legacy as one of Germany's most respected and influential theater figures.

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Rezső Seress

Rezső Seress (November 3, 1899 Budapest-January 11, 1968 Budapest) also known as Rezsö Seress, Seress, Rezsö, Rudolf Spitzer, Rudi or Rezsoe Seress was a musician, film score composer and actor.

Seress is best known for composing the song "Gloomy Sunday," which became an international sensation in the 1930s and 1940s. The song is often called the "Hungarian Suicide Song" because of its melancholy lyrics and association with reported suicides. Seress himself struggled with depression and became increasingly isolated after "Gloomy Sunday" became popular. He continued to compose music and perform in Hungary and internationally, but never achieved the same level of success as his famous song. In addition to his music career, Seress also acted in several Hungarian films in the 1930s and 1940s. Despite his enduring legacy with "Gloomy Sunday," Seress died by suicide in 1968 at the age of 68.

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Rex Gildo

Rex Gildo (July 2, 1936 Munich-October 26, 1999 Munich) also known as Ludwig Alexander Hirtreiter, Ludwig Franz Hirtreiter, Gildo, Rex or Alexander Gildo was a German singer and actor.

Gildo was known for his schlager music, which is a popular German music genre characterized by upbeat rhythms and catchy melodies. He began his music career in the 1950s and became a popular recording artist in the 1960s and 1970s. Some of his most popular hits include "Fiesta Mexicana," "Speedy Gonzales," and "Marie, der letzte Tanz ist nur für dich."

Aside from his music career, Gildo also appeared in several German-language films. He made his acting debut in the 1962 film "Wenn die Musik nicht wär'," and went on to appear in several other films, including "Zwei Girls vom Roten Stern" and "Immer Ärger mit den Paukern."

In addition to his success in Germany, Gildo was also well-known in other European countries. He represented Luxembourg in the Eurovision Song Contest 1964 with the song "Bonne nuit, ma chérie," which placed 13th.

Gildo tragically passed away in 1999 at the age of 63 after jumping out of a window in his Munich apartment. His death was ruled a suicide, and it was later revealed that he had been suffering from depression. Despite his untimely death, Gildo's music continues to be beloved by many fans of German schlager music.

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