Slovak actresses died in 1999

Here are 1 famous actresses from Slovakia died in 1999:

Terézia Hurbanová-Kronerová

Terézia Hurbanová-Kronerová (June 22, 1924 Gajary-June 15, 1999 Bratislava) a.k.a. Theresa Hurbanovo-Kronerová, Theresa Hurbanovo-Kronerova, Terezia Hurbanova-Kronerova, Terezia Krónerová or Terezia Krónerova was a Slovak actor. She had one child, Zuzana Kronerová.

Terézia Hurbanová-Kronerová was born in Gajary, a small town located in present-day Slovakia, in 1924. She discovered her passion for acting at a young age and went on to study at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. She began her acting career in the 1940s, performing in various stage productions and films.

Hurbanová-Kronerová became one of the most celebrated actresses in Slovakia, renowned for her talent and versatility. She starred in numerous theater productions, films, and television shows throughout her career, earning critical acclaim and a loyal following from audiences.

In addition to her successful career in acting, Hurbanová-Kronerová was also a respected teacher and mentor to many aspiring actors. She taught at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava, where she inspired and nurtured the talents of a new generation of actors.

Hurbanová-Kronerová passed away in Bratislava in 1999, leaving behind a legacy as one of Slovakia's most beloved and influential actresses. Her daughter, Zuzana Kronerová, followed in her footsteps and also became a well-known actress. Today, Hurbanová-Kronerová is remembered as a true icon of Slovak theater and film.

Throughout her illustrious career, Terézia Hurbanová-Kronerová received numerous accolades for her performances. She was awarded the title of Merited Artist in 1958 and was later granted the honored title of National Artist in 1985. In 1994, Hurbanová-Kronerová was awarded the Pribina Cross, which is one of the highest honors given to individuals in Slovakia for their contributions to culture and the arts. Her talents were not limited to acting as she was also a skilled singer, having recorded several albums throughout her career. Hurbanová-Kronerová's impact on the Slovak acting community was so great that a theater hall in her hometown was named after her in 2003. Her influence on Slovak culture and the arts can still be felt today, as her performances and teachings continue to inspire new generations of actors and performers in Slovakia and beyond.

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