Hungarian actresses died in 1996

Here are 2 famous actresses from Hungary died in 1996:

Irma Patkós

Irma Patkós (March 8, 1900 Cegléd-October 24, 1996 Cegléd) was a Hungarian actor.

She began her acting career in the early 1920s, performing in various theater groups across Hungary. In the 1930s, she also appeared in several films, including the classic Hungarian movie "Hyppolit, the Butler" (1931).

During World War II, Patkós was active in the Hungarian resistance movement, using her acting skills to perform in secret theatrical productions that raised funds for anti-Nazi activities. She was briefly arrested by the Gestapo in 1944, but was released with the help of friends and continued her work in the resistance until the end of the war.

After the war, Patkós returned to the stage where she continued to perform for several more decades. She was a beloved figure in the Hungarian theater world and was awarded numerous honors for her contributions to the art form.

Outside of acting, Patkós was also a teacher and mentor to many young actors, passing on her knowledge and experience. She died in 1996 in her hometown of Cegléd and is remembered as a talented actress and a hero of the Hungarian resistance.

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Zita Perczel

Zita Perczel (April 26, 1918 Budapest-April 4, 1996 Budapest) a.k.a. Zita Perzel, Perczel Zitta or Mary Zita Perzel was a Hungarian actor.

She began her acting career in the 1930s and became a prominent figure in Hungarian cinema during the 1950s and 1960s. She appeared in a number of films throughout her career, including "The Bridegroom", "The Two of Them", and "The Descendants". Perczel was known for her versatility as an actress and her ability to portray a wide range of characters, from comedic to dramatic roles. She was a recipient of the Kossuth Prize, Hungary's highest cultural honor, for her contributions to Hungarian cinema. Later in life, she also worked as a director, and was involved in the production of several stage plays.

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