West German actors died as a result of HIV/AIDS

Here are 1 famous actors from West Germany died in HIV/AIDS:

Kurt Raab

Kurt Raab (July 20, 1941 Kašperské Hory-June 28, 1988 Hamburg) otherwise known as Emma Kartoffel or Timmy Herrera was a West German actor, production designer, screenwriter, playwright, film art director, film director, author and set decorator.

He began his career as an actor in the late 1960s and early 1970s, working with director Rainer Werner Fassbinder in several of his films, including "The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant" and "The Marriage of Maria Braun". In addition to his work as an actor, Raab also contributed to the production design and art direction of many Fassbinder films. Later in his career, Raab began writing and directing his own films, including "The Stationmaster's Wife" and "The Blue Hour". Raab's work is often characterized by its dark themes, unconventional storytelling, and a sense of humor that is at once strange and deeply human. Despite his short career and untimely death from cancer, Raab left an indelible mark on German cinema, and his work continues to be celebrated by film enthusiasts around the world.

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