Swiss actors died because of Stroke

Here are 1 famous actors from Switzerland died in Stroke:

Gustav Knuth

Gustav Knuth (July 7, 1901 Braunschweig-February 1, 1987 Küsnacht) otherwise known as Gustav Adolf Karl Friedrich Knuth was a Swiss actor and narrator. His child is called Klaus Knuth.

Gustav Knuth began his acting career in 1920 in Berlin, Germany. He quickly became a well-known face in the German film industry, appearing in numerous films throughout the 1920s and 1930s. Knuth also starred in several productions on stage, including productions of William Shakespeare's plays.

After World War II, Knuth relocated to Switzerland where he continued his acting career in both film and television. His iconic roles include Professor Bömmel in the 1957 film "Die Feuerzangenbowle" and Old Shatterhand in the 1962 film "Old Shatterhand."

In addition to his acting work, Knuth was also a talented narrator and voice actor, lending his voice to several documentaries and audiobooks throughout his career.

Knuth passed away in Küsnacht, Switzerland in 1987 at the age of 85, leaving behind a legacy as one of Germany and Switzerland's most beloved actors.

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