Swiss actors died because of Suicide

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Roland Amstutz

Roland Amstutz (January 12, 1942 La Chaux-de-Fonds-May 21, 1997 Recklinghausen) was a Swiss actor.

Amstutz was born on January 12, 1942, in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. He studied acting at the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna and later worked as a stage actor at the Burgtheater in Vienna and the Schauspielhaus Zurich. Amstutz also appeared in several films, including "The American Friend" (1977) and "The Tin Drum" (1979). He received critical acclaim for his performance in the film "Abschied" (1982), which won several awards at the Berlin International Film Festival. Amstutz passed away on May 21, 1997, in Recklinghausen, Germany, at the age of 55.

In addition to his successful career in film, Amstutz was also a prolific television actor, appearing in many popular European TV shows throughout the 1980s and 1990s. He was particularly well-known for his work on the German crime drama series "Tatort," in which he appeared in several episodes. Amstutz was known for his versatile acting skills and his ability to portray complex characters with depth and nuance. He was widely regarded as one of the most talented actors of his generation and is remembered as a true icon of Swiss and European cinema.

Amstutz was also a talented theater director and playwright. In 1985, he founded the Theater am Turm in Frankfurt, which became one of the most important theaters in Germany during the 1990s. Amstutz's plays, such as "The Last Days of Mankind" and "The Red and the Green," were known for their avant-garde style and their social commentary. He was also a passionate advocate for the arts and served as the president of the Swiss Actors Association from 1987 until his death in 1997. Outside of his artistic pursuits, Amstutz was a devoted family man and is survived by his wife and two children. His legacy continues to inspire generations of actors and theater-makers.

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