Hungarian actors died in 1968

Here are 1 famous actors from Hungary died in 1968:

Eric Feldary

Eric Feldary (April 12, 1912 Budapest-February 26, 1968 Hollywood) was a Hungarian actor.

He was best known for his roles in Hollywood films in the 1940s and 1950s, often playing European characters. Feldary made his film debut in the 1936 Hungarian film, "Csongor és Tünde", and later fled Hungary in 1940 due to the growing anti-Semitism in Europe. He eventually settled in Hollywood and became a naturalized citizen of the United States. Feldary went on to appear in over 60 films, including "To Be or Not to Be" (1942), "The Merry Monahans" (1944), and "The Seventh Cross" (1944). He also made numerous television appearances, including a recurring role on the popular series "Zorro" in the late 1950s. Despite his successful career in Hollywood, he continued to be active in Hungarian politics and was involved in organizing Hungarian-American groups to advocate for democracy in his home country. Eric Feldary passed away in 1968 from a heart attack at the age of 55.

In addition to his acting career and his activism, Eric Feldary was also a talented singer and often performed in stage productions. He was known for his powerful voice and performed in several operettas in Europe before coming to the United States. Feldary was also an accomplished writer and wrote several screenplays, including "Királyi kaland" (Royal Adventure) in 1937, before fleeing Hungary. In Hollywood, he continued to write, penning several episodes of the television series "Men of Annapolis" and "The Silent Service" in the 1950s. Despite facing discrimination in the film industry due to his European accent, Feldary remained a popular character actor and was highly regarded by his peers. Many of his performances have been praised for their depth and authenticity, earning him a place among the most talented actors of his time.

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