Swiss movie stars born in 1932

Here are 5 famous actors from Switzerland were born in 1932:

Marc Michel

Marc Michel (December 4, 1932 Montreux-) a.k.a. Mark Michel or Marc Michaux is a Swiss actor.

He started his acting career in the late 1950s, appearing in French and Swiss films. Michel is best known for his role in the French film "La Haine" (1995), directed by Mathieu Kassovitz. He also appeared in other notable films such as "Breathless" (1960), "Borsalino" (1970), and "Le Samouraï" (1967). Michel's acting style is often described as understated and natural. He also worked as a voice actor for French dubs of foreign films. Outside of acting, Michel is known for his love of music, particularly jazz.

Maurice Aufair

Maurice Aufair (May 14, 1932 Moutier-) also known as Maurice Auffair or Maurice Hofer is a Swiss actor.

He gained widespread recognition for his role in the 1981 film "La Quatrième Dimension" and also appeared in other notable films such as "La Cascadeur" and "Le bal des casse-pieds". He began his acting career in the 1960s and has since worked extensively in Swiss theater productions. In addition to his acting career, Aufair has also been involved in writing and directing several plays. He has been recognized with numerous awards for his contributions to Swiss theater and film industry. In his personal life, Aufair has been married twice and has four children.

Roland Rasser

Roland Rasser (July 27, 1932 Basel-) is a Swiss actor and comedian.

He started his career in the theater and gained popularity with his comedic performances on stage. Rasser also acted in numerous films and TV series, and his work has been recognized with several awards, including the Swiss Film Prize. He is particularly known for his collaborations with Swiss filmmaker Kurt Früh, with whom he worked on films such as "Ueli der Knecht" and "Beresina". Despite his success, Rasser remained grounded and committed to promoting Swiss culture through his work. In addition to acting, he was also a painter and photographer. Rasser passed away in 2012, leaving behind a legacy as one of the most beloved actors in Swiss history.

Fritz Lichtenhahn

Fritz Lichtenhahn (May 6, 1932 Arosa-) also known as Lichtenhahn, Fritz is a Swiss actor.

Fritz Lichtenhahn began his career as an actor in the early 1960s with several appearances in Swiss-German productions. He gained international fame in 1976 with his acclaimed portrayal of Professor Einstein in the Dutch-Belgian television series De avonturen van Buck Danny. Known for his versatility and range, Lichtenhahn has worked in theater, film, and television throughout his career. He has won numerous awards for his performances, including the Swiss Film Award for Best Actor in 1985 for his role in Le diable au corps. Lichtenhahn is also a writer and has published several books, including his autobiography "Ein Leben für die Bühne" (A Life for the Stage).

Inigo Gallo

Inigo Gallo (November 2, 1932 Zürich-December 15, 2000 Oberweningen) was a Swiss actor.

He began his acting career in the 1950s, performing in various stage productions across Switzerland. His talent quickly caught the attention of filmmakers, leading to his debut on the big screen in 1960 in the film "Madregilda."

Over the course of his career, Gallo appeared in more than 50 films, earning critical acclaim for his versatile acting skills. Some of his most notable roles include the character of Soldati in the film "Grauzone" (1979), Max Baumstein in the film "The Mattei Affair" (1972), Luigi in the film "The Man Who Loved Women" (1977), and the Duke in the film "The Name of the Rose" (1986).

In addition to his acting work, Gallo was also a trained opera singer and frequently performed in various operas and musicals throughout his career.

Gallo continued acting until his death in 2000 at the age of 68. He left behind a lasting legacy as one of Switzerland's most renowned actors.

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