German actors who died due to Surgical complications

Here are 2 famous actors from Germany died in Surgical complications:

Heinrich George

Heinrich George (October 9, 1893 Szczecin-September 25, 1946 Oranienburg) also known as Georg August Friedrich Hermann Schulz was a German actor and film producer. His children are called Götz George and Jan George.

Heinrich George began his acting career in the theater before transitioning to the film industry in the 1920s. He became a prominent figure during the Nazi regime, starring in propaganda films and supporting the regime's ideology. However, he also took great risks to help friends and colleagues who were persecuted by the regime. He was arrested by Soviet occupation forces in 1945 and died in custody the following year. Despite his controversial past, he is regarded as one of the greatest German actors of his time. His son Götz George followed in his footsteps and became a successful actor, known for his work in both film and television.

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Gustav Fröhlich

Gustav Fröhlich (March 21, 1902 Hanover-December 22, 1987 Lugano) a.k.a. Gustav Froehlich, Gustav Froelich or Gustav Frohlich was a German actor, film director, screenwriter, editor and journalist. He had one child, Julika Fröhlich.

Fröhlich started his acting career in the 1920s and soon gained popularity due to his charming looks and acting skills. He starred in several successful German films during the Weimar Republic era including the classic silent film "Metropolis" (1927) directed by Fritz Lang, which is now considered a masterpiece of sci-fi cinema. He also appeared in the Nazi propaganda film "Jud Süß" (1940) for which he faced some criticism post-war.

After World War II, Fröhlich struggled to find work due to his association with the Nazi regime. However, he managed to make a comeback in the 1950s and continued to act in films until the 1970s. Besides his acting career, Fröhlich was also a successful film director and screenwriter.

In his personal life, Fröhlich was married twice. His first wife was the German actress Gitta Alpar with whom he had his only child Julika. After their divorce, he married the Swiss journalist and writer Ursula Deinert. They remained married until his death in 1987 at the age of 85 in Lugano, Switzerland.

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