Hungarian actors died at age 76

Here are 2 famous actors from Hungary died at 76:

Zoltán Fábri

Zoltán Fábri (October 15, 1917 Budapest-August 23, 1994 Budapest) otherwise known as Fábry Zoltán, Zoltán Furtkovics or Zoltán Furtkovits was a Hungarian screenwriter, film director, production designer and actor. His child is Péter Fábri.

He died as a result of myocardial infarction.

Zoltán Fábri is considered one of the most important figures in post-World War II Hungarian cinema. He began his career in the 1940s as a production designer, working on over 30 films before transitioning to directing in the 1950s. Fábri's films often examined social and political themes, and he was known for his realistic and nuanced depictions of characters.

Some of his most notable films include "Márton the Violinist" (1956), "The Boys of Paul Street" (1969), and "The Fifth Seal" (1976), all of which won awards at international film festivals. Fábri was also a vocal critic of censorship in filmmaking, and his work was often subject to government scrutiny.

In addition to his filmmaking career, Fábri was also an accomplished stage actor and director, and he taught at the Hungarian Academy of Drama and Film for several years. His contributions to Hungarian cinema were recognized with numerous awards and honors throughout his career.

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György Kézdy

György Kézdy (February 14, 1936 Budapest-February 8, 2013 Budapest) a.k.a. Kézdy György was a Hungarian actor and voice actor. His child is called Mark Kézdi.

Kézdy György began his acting career in the 1950s and quickly became a popular figure in Hungarian cinema and television. He appeared in more than 70 films and TV shows, including the popular Hungarian TV series "Szomszédok" (Neighbors) in the 1980s.

Aside from his work as an actor, Kézdy György was also a prolific voice actor, lending his voice to various characters in Hungarian dubbing of foreign films and TV shows. He dubbed the voice of Telly Savalas in the Hungarian version of "Kojak", and also provided the voice of the Genie in the Hungarian dub of Disney's "Aladdin".

Throughout his career, Kézdy György was recognized for his exceptional talent and was awarded numerous awards, including the Mari Jászai Award in 1972, the Kossuth Prize in 1993, and the Hungarian Order of Merit in 2001.

He was also an active member of the Hungarian Democratic Forum and served as a Member of Parliament from 1990 to 1994.

Kézdy György passed away in 2013 at the age of 76, leaving behind a legacy as one of the most respected and beloved figures in Hungarian entertainment.

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