Slovak actors died in 2000

Here are 1 famous actors from Slovakia died in 2000:

Ludovít Króner

Ludovít Króner (December 19, 1925 Staškov-December 19, 2000 Považská Bystrica) also known as Ludvík Kroner, Louis Kroner or Ludovit Lroner was a Slovak actor.

Króner was primarily a stage actor, performing in numerous productions at the Slovak National Theater in Bratislava. He also had a successful film career, appearing in more than 60 movies. Króner was known for his versatility as an actor, taking on a range of roles from comedy to drama. He received numerous accolades over the course of his career, including the title of National Artist of Czechoslovakia in 1985. Additionally, Króner was an active participant in the Slovak national movement and supported the country's independence from Czechoslovakia.

Króner's most notable film roles included "The Shop on Main Street" (1965), which won an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, and "The Garden" (1995), for which he won the Best Actor award at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. He also appeared in a number of prominent Slovak films, such as "The Sweet Days of Discipline" (1966) and "Birds, Orphans and Fools" (1969). Króner was widely regarded as one of Slovakia's greatest actors, and his legacy continues to be celebrated in the country today.

In addition to his successful acting career, Ludovít Króner was also an accomplished director and theater teacher. He directed several productions at the Slovak National Theater and taught at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. Króner was a passionate supporter of the arts and culture, and was actively involved in promoting Slovak theater and film on an international level. He was a member of several professional organizations, including the Union of Slovak Actors and the International Theater Institute. Króner's contributions to Slovak culture were recognized with numerous awards, including the Order of the Red Banner of Labor and the Order of Francis II, which is the highest honor given by the Slovak Republic.

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