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Plamena Getova(66)

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Jarkko Nyman(44)

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Paavo Liski(† 66)

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Karel Šíp(74)

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Saara Saarela(48)

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Bojena Horackova

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Known for: À l'est de moi

Märta Laurent(† 91)

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Karl Mantzius(† 19)

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Karl Mantzius (20 February 1860 – 17 May 1921) was a Danish actor, stage and film director, theatre scholar, and operatic baritone.

Rigmor Jerichau(† 73)

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John Chaffey(54)

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John Chaffey is an English osteopathic doctor and former child film actor.

Ingeborg Spangsfeldt(† 72)

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Ingeborg Spangsfeldt (25 July 1895 – 21 June 1968) was a Danish film actress whose career began in the early 1910s until her retirement upon getting married in 1924.

 

Graham McGrath(48)

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Graham McGrath (born 29 July 1971) is an English actor with film, television, radio and theatre credits. He currently also works for Merlin Entertainments based near London in Surrey, England. He had tuition at the Junior Academy of the Royal Academy of Music in London when he was only 4 years old. He also studied music and drama at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). He spent 9 years at the academies, refining his acting and musical talents. McGrath's first appearance in front of a camera was in a TV commercial for Colgate toothpaste as a 6-year-old. Among his first major film roles were as the loyal Titch in the 1983 fantasy adventure film Krull directed by Peter Yates and as the ten-year-old Peter the Great in a 1986 mini-series. He also played Luca di Marco in the popular BBC soap opera EastEnders for three episodes in 1999. Since then, he has been continually active in the entertainment industry and primarily made the transition from child to adult star in his native England.

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Dako Dakovski(† 42)

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Andoni Agirregomezkorta(48)

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Spencer Trevor(† 69)

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Spencer Trevor (29 May 1875 – 22 May 1945) was a British stage and film actor. He was born as Spencer Trevor Andrews. In 1897 he married the actress Mary Davis (1870–1944) and with her had a son, John Spencer Trevor Andrews (1897–1984); they divorced in 1901 as a result of her adultery with the actor J. Gunnis Davis.

Robert Vrchota(† 73)

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Sandrine Rinaldi

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Leros Pittoni

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Steve Jamison

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Hilja Jorma(† 86)

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Ivana Krizmanić(43)

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Antoine Coesens

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Nina Erak-Svrtan

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Charlotte Lysès(† 78)

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Charlotte Lysès (1877-1956) was a French stage and film actress.

Daphné Dayle

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Matjaž Javšnik(49)

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Hélène Pépée(† 87)

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Arvi Tuomi(† 57)

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Known for: Minä elän

Freddie Mills(† 46)

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Frederick Percival Mills (26 June 1919 – 25 July 1965) was an English boxer, and the world light heavyweight champion from 1948 to 1950. He was born in Bournemouth, Hampshire. Mills was 5 feet 10 1⁄2 inches (179 cm) tall and did not have a sophisticated boxing style; he relied on two-fisted aggression, relentless pressure, and the ability to take punishment to carry him through, and in more cases than not these attributes were sufficient. Mills excelled first as a middleweight, and most successfully as a light-heavyweight boxer, but also fought as a heavyweight. He was described as Britain's biggest boxing idol in the post-war period. After retiring from boxing, Mills moved into boxing management and promotion, and pursued a career in entertainment, working in radio, television (notably as co-presenter of the early BBC-TV music show, Six-Five Special between 1957 and 1958), and on the stage, as well as playing roles in a number of films between 1952 and 1965. He opened a Chinese restaurant in Soho before there was an established Chinatown in the area and also ran a London nightclub until his mysterious death.

Hugh Pryse(† 44)

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Hugh Pryse (1910–1955) was a British character actor. He was born on 11 November 1910 with the name John Hwfa Pryse, and was billed as Hwfa Pryse in the films Penn of Pennsylvania and "Pimpernel" Smith. His stage work included Peter Brook's production of Dark of the Moon in 1948-9 at the Ambassadors Theatre; and John Gielgud's 1954 staging of The Cherry Orchard at the Lyric, Hammersmith.

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