Here are 2 famous actors from Hungary died at 63:
Géza von Bolváry (December 26, 1897 Budapest-August 10, 1961 Neubeuern) a.k.a. G. de Bolvary, Geza von Bolvary, Géza Maria von Bolvary, Geza v. Bolvary, Géza Bolváry, Bolvary-Zahn, Géza von Bolvary-Zahn, Bolváry Géza, Géza v. Bolvary-Zahn or Géza Maria von Bolváry-Zahn was a Hungarian screenwriter, film director and actor.
He died caused by myocardial infarction.
Géza von Bolváry had a prolific career in the film industry, directing and writing over 50 films throughout his career. He began his career as an actor in silent films, before transitioning to directing in the 1920s. Bolváry is best known for his work in the romantic comedy genre, particularly for the success of the 1932 film "The Countess of Monte Cristo". He worked with some of the biggest stars in European cinema, including Marlene Dietrich and Romy Schneider. After World War II, Bolváry continued to work in the film industry, primarily in Germany where he settled. Despite having a successful career, Bolváry's personal life was marked by tragedy, including the suicide of his first wife and the accidental death of his son.
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György Fehér (February 12, 1939 Budapest-July 15, 2002 Budapest) also known as György Feher was a Hungarian screenwriter, film director, cinematographer and actor.
Throughout his career, Fehér gained recognition for his contributions to Hungarian cinema, directing over twenty films and writing the screenplay for several more. He first gained attention with his 1967 film "Message", which won the Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. He went on to make a name for himself as a filmmaker, with movies like "The Confrontation" (1974), "The Brave Don't Cry" (1982), and "The Secret of the Hanging Garden" (1994), which were critically acclaimed both in Hungary and abroad.
In addition to his work in film, Fehér was also an accomplished actor, appearing in numerous Hungarian productions. He was a prominent figure in the country's cultural scene, and was known for his outspoken views on politics and the arts. Fehér passed away in 2002 at the age of 63, leaving behind a rich legacy in Hungarian cinema.
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