Eberhard August Franz Ewald Krüger
12 April 1928
|Died||19 January 2022 (aged 93)|
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.
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- Official Website of Hardy Kruger
- Hardy Krüger on IMDb
- Hardy Krüger at the Internet Broadway Database