Hardy Krüger

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Hardy Krüger
Krüger in 2013
Eberhard August Franz Ewald Krüger

(1928-04-12)12 April 1928
Died19 January 2022(2022-01-19) (aged 93)
Years active1944–2011
  • Renate Densow
    (m. 1950; div. 1964)
  • Francesca Marazzi
    (m. 1965; div. 1977)
  • Anita Park (m. 1978)

Hardy Krüger (born Franz Eberhard August Krüger; 12 April 1928 – 19 January 2022) was a German actor. He was thought of as one of the greatest German actors of the 1960s. He was thought to be the first German actor to have been thought as a hero in movies after World War II.

His best known roles were in Hatari!, The Flight of the Phoenix, The Wild Geese, Sundays and Cybele, A Bridge Too Far, The Battle of Neretva, The Secret of Santa Vittoria, The Red Tent, The One That Got Away, and Barry Lyndon.

Krüger died on 19 January 2022 in Palm Springs, California at the age of 93.[1]

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