Hungarian actors died in 1961

Here are 2 famous actors from Hungary died in 1961:

Géza von Bolváry

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 began his career as an actor in Hungarian silent films, before transitioning to directing and screenwriting. Bolváry is best known for his work in the German film industry during the 1920s and 1930s, where he directed several successful comedies, musicals, and romantic dramas. He also worked in British and American cinema, directing and writing for films such as "The Three Musketeers" (1935) and "Forget Me Not" (1936). After World War II, Bolváry returned to Hungary and continued his career in film, directing and writing until his death in 1961. Bolváry was married to actress and singer Liane Haid, and the two collaborated on several films together.

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Kálmán Rózsahegyi

Kálmán Rózsahegyi (October 6, 1873 Gyomaendrőd-August 27, 1961 Budapest) was a Hungarian actor and teacher.

He was born as Kálmán Rosenberg but changed his name to Rózsahegyi later in his life. He started his acting career in the early 1900s and became one of the most recognized actors of the Hungarian stage by the 1920s. He was known for his great performances in both dramatic and comedic roles, and his skill as a teacher made him a sought-after acting coach.

During his long career, he starred in hundreds of plays and appeared in several films, including the 1913 silent film Mágnás Miska. Apart from his work on stage and screen, Rózsahegyi was also an avid supporter of cultural and artistic life in Hungary, and he was among the founders of the Hungarian Actors' Association.

After World War II, Rózsahegyi was dismissed from his position as a professor at the Academy of Drama for political reasons, but he continued to act in films and on stage until his final years. Today, he is remembered as one of Hungary's greatest actors and teachers, and his legacy continues to inspire generations of actors in his home country and beyond.

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