Polish movie actors died in the year 2005

Here are 2 famous actors from Poland died in 2005:

Marek Perepeczko

Marek Perepeczko (April 3, 1942 Warsaw-November 17, 2005 Częstochowa) was a Polish actor.

He started his acting career in theater in the 1960s and made his film debut in 1970. Perepeczko was one of the most recognizable actors in Polish cinema, appearing in over 70 films, including "Colonel Wolodyjowski" and "The Deluge". He was also known for his work on television, starring in several popular series such as "Zmiennicy" and "Sprawa Gorgonowej". In addition to his acting career, Perepeczko was also a talented dubbing actor, lending his voice to dozens of foreign films and TV shows. He was awarded with numerous awards for his contribution to Polish cinema and theater, including the Order of Polonia Restituta.

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Volker Vogeler

Volker Vogeler (June 27, 1930 Połczyn-Zdrój-April 16, 2005 Hamburg) a.k.a. Tobias Bertram was a Polish film director, screenwriter, actor and television director.

He became known for his work in German cinema during the 1960s and 1970s, directing films such as "Die Halbstarken" (The Outsiders) and "Die Tote von Beverly Hills" (The Corpse of Beverly Hills). Vogeler also worked in television, directing episodes of popular German shows like "Tatort" and "Der Alte." Throughout his career, Vogeler was recognized for his distinct style and ability to capture the gritty urban landscape of post-war Germany. He was married twice and had three children. After his death in 2005, his contributions to German cinema were celebrated by colleagues and critics alike.

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