Stuntman and actor Szobor Csech died this morning August 1, 2014, at age 71 after losing his battle with cancer. In 2012, the famous stuntman learned that he had contracted multiple myeloma, which is a form of bone marrow malignancy. In June of last year, he was admitted to a hospital Stunt Fundeni because of complications of the disease he was suffering. Szobor Csech collaborated on more than 150 films and TV Feature, including 25 foreign productions and co-productions (Germany, France, USA, etc.), coordinating the action sequences and directing battles and fight scenes, falls, and acting in several memorable film roles.
Szobor appeared in two Euro-westerns and one Euro-western TV series: 'The Prophet, the Gold and the Transylvanians" (1978), "The Oil, the Baby and the Transylvanians" (1979) and "The Leatherstocking Tales' (TV) - 1969.