Hungarian actors who died due to Natural causes

Here are 2 famous actors from Hungary died in Natural causes:

Alexandre Trauner

Alexandre Trauner (August 3, 1906 Budapest-December 5, 1993 Omonville-la-Petite) a.k.a. Alex. Trauner, A. Trauner, Alexander Trauner, Trauner, Sándor Trau or Alex Trauner was a Hungarian production designer, film art director, set decorator and actor.

He is best known for his work in French and American films, having been nominated for an Academy Award for his set decoration in 1952's Moulin Rouge. Trauner collaborated with many acclaimed filmmakers, including Marcel Carné, Billy Wilder, and William Wyler. He also worked on the set of the classic film, Casablanca. In addition to his work in film, Trauner also designed sets for theater productions, both in Europe and the United States. He was a highly respected figure in the film industry, and his contributions were recognized with numerous awards throughout his career.

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Ferenc Bessenyei

Ferenc Bessenyei (February 10, 1919 Hódmezővásárhely-December 27, 2004 Lajosmizse) a.k.a. Bessenyey Ferenc, Bessenyei Francis or Francis Bessenyei was a Hungarian actor and voice actor.

Bessenyei had a prolific career in the Hungarian film industry, appearing in over a hundred films and television shows. He began his career in the 1940s, and quickly established himself as a versatile character actor. Bessenyei was known for his ability to bring depth and nuance to a wide range of roles, from villains to comic relief characters.

In addition to his work in film and television, Bessenyei was also a respected voice actor. He lent his distinctive voice to numerous animated films and cartoons, and was particularly well-known for his portrayal of beloved characters such as Winnie the Pooh and Uncle Scrooge McDuck in the Hungarian dubs of Disney films.

Bessenyei's contributions to Hungarian culture were recognized with numerous awards over the course of his career. He was awarded the Kossuth Prize, Hungary's highest cultural honor, in 1986, and was designated a National Artist of Hungary in 1998. Despite his many accolades, Bessenyei remained humble and dedicated to his craft until his death in 2004.

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