Hungarian actors who died due to Cancer

Here are 2 famous actors from Hungary died in Cancer:

Tibor Kristóf

Tibor Kristóf (March 20, 1942 Miskolc-September 2, 2009 Budapest) was a Hungarian actor and voice actor.

He began his career in theatre at the age of 22, and later moved on to film and television. He appeared in numerous Hungarian movies such as "Sinbad" and "Red Psalm", and his voice could be heard in popular dubbed versions of foreign films and cartoons. He was a highly acclaimed voice actor and was known for lending his voice to iconic characters such as Darth Vader in the Hungarian version of Star Wars and Shere Khan in The Jungle Book. Kristóf was also a prominent figure in Hungarian radio dramas, and his prolific work earned him several awards and recognition throughout his career.

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Andras Kozak

Andras Kozak (February 23, 1943 Gávavencsellő-February 24, 2005 Budapest) otherwise known as András Kozák or Andrew Kozak was a Hungarian actor. He had two children, Ágnes Kozák and Dénes Kozák.

Kozak was a graduate of the Academy of Drama and Film in Budapest. He made his debut on stage at the age of 19, and quickly gained popularity as an actor in theatre, film, and television. Kozak appeared in over 60 films, including "Battle for Moscow" (1985), "Sunstroke" (1991), and "Sunshine" (1999). He was a versatile actor, equally at ease in comedic and dramatic roles.

In addition to his work in film and theatre, Kozak was also a prominent television personality in Hungary. He hosted numerous game shows and variety programs, and was a regular presence on Hungarian television for many years.

Kozak was known for his charm, wit, and intelligence, as well as his dedication to his craft. He was a beloved figure in Hungarian entertainment, and his death in 2005 was mourned by many. Despite his passing, his legacy as one of Hungary's most talented actors and television hosts lives on.

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