Russian actors died because of Suicide

Here are 3 famous actors from Russian Empire died in Suicide:

Vladimir Mayakovsky

Vladimir Mayakovsky (July 19, 1893 Baghdati-April 14, 1930 Moscow) a.k.a. Маяковский, Владимир Владимирович, Vladimir Majakovski, Vladimir Mayakovski, V. Mayakovsky or Vladimir Vladimirovich Mayakovsky was a Russian playwright, poet, artist, actor, screenwriter and visual artist. He had one child, Yelena Vladimirovna Mayakovskaya.

Mayakovsky was one of the most prominent figures of the Russian Futurist movement and his poetry is known for its unique style and political engagement. He was deeply committed to the ideals of communism and wrote many works that supported the Soviet revolution. Mayakovsky's literary legacy also includes plays, essays, and screenplays for the Soviet film industry. His visual art, which includes propaganda posters, is also highly regarded. Mayakovsky's death by suicide in 1930 shocked the world and was seen as the tragic end of a brilliant, yet troubled, artist. Nevertheless, his contributions to Russian literature continue to be celebrated to this day.

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George Sanders

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 is best known for his roles in films such as "Rebecca" (1940), "All About Eve" (1950), and "The Jungle Book" (1967). Sanders won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in "All About Eve".

Aside from his acting career, Sanders was also a talented writer and published several mystery novels under the pen name of "Simon Black". He also composed music and wrote songs, including the popular tune "The Banana Boat Song".

Sanders was married four times, including to Zsa Zsa Gabor and her sister Magda. He was known for his wit, charm, and sophistication both on and off screen. Sanders tragically committed suicide at the age of 65.

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Max Landa

Max Landa (April 24, 1873 Minsk-November 9, 1933 Bled) a.k.a. Max Landau was a Russian actor.

He began his career in Russia and later moved to Germany where he became a renowned stage actor. Landa appeared in over 70 films, including the German silent film classic "The Golem" (1920). He was known for his character portrayals and his versatility as an actor. In 1933, Landa relocated to Yugoslavia and was supposed to appear in a film there, however, he succumbed to a heart attack while vacationing in Bled.

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