Hungarian actors died at age 78

Here are 2 famous actors from Hungary died at 78:

Gyula Hernádi

Gyula Hernádi (August 23, 1926 Rusovce-July 20, 2005 Budapest) also known as Hernádi Gyula was a Hungarian screenwriter, writer and actor.

Hernádi Gyula is considered as one of Hungary's most significant screenwriters, with over 100 film and television scripts to his credit. He began his career as a writer in the 1950s and subsequently wrote several critically acclaimed films and plays throughout the following decades. Many of his works were adapted for the screen, including "Love" and "The Round-Up," which were both nominated for Academy Awards. In addition to his work as a writer, Hernádi Gyula was also an accomplished actor, appearing in several renowned productions such as "Love Film" and "The First Teacher". In 2003, he was awarded the Kossuth Prize, the highest cultural award in Hungary, for his contributions to the arts. Hernádi Gyula passed away in Budapest in 2005 at the age of 78.

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Gyula Benkő

Gyula Benkő (August 22, 1918 Budapest-June 30, 1997 Budapest) also known as v. Benkõ Gyula, Vitéz Benkõ Gyula, v.Benkõ Gyula or Benkõ Gyula was a Hungarian actor and voice actor. He had one child, Péter Benkő.

Gyula Benkő had a career spanning more than four decades, during which he appeared in over 100 films and TV shows. He was one of the most recognized and popular actors in Hungary, known for his distinctive voice and distinctive appearance. Benkő worked with some of the most respected directors in Hungarian cinema, including Miklós Jancsó and Zoltán Fábri. He starred in many popular Hungarian films, such as "Love" and "The Round-Up". In addition to his film work, Benkő was also a prolific voice actor, lending his voice to many animated films and TV shows. He was awarded the Kossuth Prize, Hungary's highest cultural honor, in 1985 for his contributions to the arts. After his death in 1997, he was posthumously awarded the Hungarian Order of Merit.

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