Here are 2 famous actors from Russian Empire died at 65:
Mikhail Rasumny (May 13, 1890 Odessa-February 17, 1956 Woodland Hills) a.k.a. Mikhail Rasumni, Mikhail Razumnyy, Michael Rasumny or Михаїл Разумний was a Russian actor.
He was known for his comedic roles and acted in over 90 films throughout his career. Rasumny began his acting career in the 1920s in the Soviet Union and later moved to Poland, France, and the United States. He immigrated to the US in the 1930s and continued to act in films, often playing the role of Eastern European characters. Rasumny also appeared in several Broadway productions, including "The Straw Hat" and "The Little Giant." In addition to his acting career, Rasumny was a talented musician and played several instruments including the accordion and the piano. Despite facing discrimination and antisemitism in his acting career, Rasumny was known for his humor and positivity both on and off the screen.
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George Sanders (July 3, 1906 Saint Petersburg-April 25, 1972 Castelldefels) a.k.a. George Henry Sanders, Georges Sanders or Greer, Joann & Sanders, George was a Russian actor, composer, singer-songwriter and author.
He died caused by drug overdose.
George Sanders was best known for his debonair style, deep voice, and British accent which led to many memorable roles in films such as "Rebecca," "All About Eve," and "The Picture of Dorian Gray." In addition to his successful acting career, Sanders wrote three books including his autobiography "Memoirs of a Professional Cad." He was also a talented singer and songwriter, releasing several albums throughout his career. Despite his professional successes, Sanders struggled with depression and alcoholism, which ultimately led to his tragic death by suicide through an overdose of barbiturates.
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