Swiss actors died because of Heart failure

Here are 1 famous actors from Switzerland died in Heart failure:

Bernhard Wicki

Bernhard Wicki (October 28, 1919 Sankt Pölten-January 3, 2000 Munich) also known as Bernard Wicki or Bernard Wicky was a Swiss film director, actor, screenwriter, photographer, television director and voice actor.

Wicki was best known for his work as a film director, having directed several critically acclaimed films including "The Bridge" (1959), "Triffids" (1962), and "Morituri" (1965). He started his acting career in the 1940s and appeared in many films and television shows throughout his career. Some of his notable acting roles were in the films "The Longest Day" (1962) and "The Visit" (1964). Wicki was also a talented screenwriter, photographer, and television director, and worked on a variety of projects in these fields.

In addition to his career in the entertainment industry, Wicki was also known for his activism and humanitarian work. He was a vocal advocate for peace and nuclear disarmament, and even traveled to Hiroshima to document the aftermath of the atomic bomb. Wicki was also involved in various charitable organizations, including UNICEF and Amnesty International.

Wicki received numerous awards for his contributions to the film industry and humanitarian efforts, including the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany and the French Legion of Honour. He passed away in 2000 at the age of 80, leaving behind a legacy as an influential filmmaker and social activist.

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