Here are 9 famous actors from Germany died at 58:
Alfred Abel (March 12, 1879 Leipzig-December 12, 1937 Berlin) also known as Alfred Peter Abel or The Lewis Stone of German Pictures was a German actor, film director and film producer. He had one child, Ursula Abel.
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Bruno Frank (June 13, 1887 Stuttgart-June 20, 1945 Beverly Hills) also known as Frank Bruno or Bruno Sebald Frank was a German novelist, author, actor and playwright.
He died as a result of myocardial infarction.
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Ulrich Schamoni (November 9, 1939 Berlin-March 9, 1998 Berlin) also known as Ulli Schamoni or Paul Papra was a German film director, screenwriter, actor, television director and media proprietor. His child is Ulrike Schamoni.
He died as a result of cancer.
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Harald Paulsen (August 26, 1895 Elmshorn-August 4, 1954 Hamburg) also known as Harald Lambertz-Paulsen, Harry Lamberts-Paulsen, Harry Lambertz-Paulsen or Harald Johannes David Paulsen was a German actor and film director. He had one child, Uwe Paulsen.
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Raimund Harmstorf (October 7, 1939 Hamburg-May 3, 1998 Marktoberdorf) also known as Raymund Harmstorf, Raymond Harmstorf or Lance Boyle was a German actor.
He died as a result of suicide.
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Erwin Biegel (March 25, 1896 Berlin-May 24, 1954 Berlin) was a German actor.
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Karl Hannemann (March 4, 1895 Freiberg-November 13, 1953 Berlin) also known as Carl Hannemann was a German actor.
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Leo Peukert (August 26, 1885 Munich-January 6, 1944 Waldshut-Tiengen) otherwise known as Leonhard „Leo“ Peukert was a German actor and film director.
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Eugen Rex (July 8, 1884 Berlin-February 21, 1943 Spandau) also known as Eugen Fox was a German actor, film director and screenwriter.
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