South African movie actors died in the year 1975

Here are 2 famous actors from South Africa died in 1975:

Ian Hunter

Ian Hunter (June 13, 1900 Kenilworth, Cape Town-September 22, 1975 London) was a South African actor and soldier. He had one child, Robin Hunter.

Ian Hunter began his acting career in the late 1920s and quickly became a well-known stage actor in London. He made his film debut in 1934 in the British film The Lash, and went on to appear in over 100 films throughout his career. Some of his most notable film credits include The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941), and The Little Princess (1939).

During World War II, Hunter served in the British Army and was awarded the Military Cross for his bravery in battle. After the war, he returned to his acting career and continued to work in film, television, and on stage. In addition to his acting work, Hunter was also a talented painter and sculptor.

He passed away in London in 1975 at the age of 75. His legacy as a talented actor and artist continues to be celebrated by fans and critics alike.

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Roy Hart

Roy Hart (October 30, 1926 Johannesburg-May 18, 1975 Nice) was a South African actor and singer.

He spent his early years in his home country but later moved to England to train under voice coach Alfred Wolfsohn. In the 1960s, he established the Roy Hart Theatre in France with a group of actors and musicians. The theater was known for its experimental and highly physical performances, often incorporating song and dance. Hart's unique vocal range and abilities made him a sought-after performer and teacher, and his legacy continues through the Roy Hart Centre, which offers workshops and training in vocal expression and performance. In addition to his theater work, Hart also appeared in several films, including "The Canterbury Tales" and "The Passenger."

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