Hungarian actors died in 2012

Here are 2 famous actors from Hungary died in 2012:

Frigyes Hollósi

Frigyes Hollósi (April 21, 1941 Budapest-December 5, 2012 Budapest) a.k.a. Frigyes Weininger, Hollósy Frigyes, Frigyes Mollosi or Weininger Frigyes was a Hungarian actor and voice actor.

He attended the Academy of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest and graduated in 1963. Hollósi performed in over 100 films, television shows, and theatrical productions throughout his career. He was a prominent figure in the Hungarian film industry and was recognized for his versatile acting skills, appearing in both dramatic and comedic roles. Some of his notable film credits include "Love" (1971), "The Witness" (1969), and "Hungarians" (1978). In addition to his film work, Hollósi also lent his voice to numerous animated films and television shows. He passed away in 2012 in Budapest at the age of 71.

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István Csurka

István Csurka (March 27, 1934 Budapest-February 4, 2012 Budapest) was a Hungarian politician, writer, actor and screenwriter.

He was best known for his involvement with the right-wing populist party, the Hungarian Justice and Life Party (MIÉP). Csurka initially gained fame as a playwright in the 1960s and went on to become a prolific author of novels, essays, and political commentaries. He was also an accomplished actor, appearing in several films and stage productions throughout his career. Csurka's political views were controversial and often criticized for their nationalist and anti-Semitic rhetoric. Despite this, he served as a Member of Parliament in Hungary for several terms from 1990 until his death in 2012 at the age of 77.

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