Monday, October 31, 2016
RIP Imre Józsa
Hungarian, theater, film and voice actor Imre Józsa has died. The actor was 62 years old, has long suffered from a serious illness. Imre was born in Budapest on 18 March 1954. He received a degree from The Theatre and Film Academy in 1978. Then contracted at the Attila József Theatre. The actor won the Jászai Mari Prize in 1988, and was awarded in 1997 the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic Small Cross. He was the Hungarian voice of Rene Munoz in 1964’ “Welcome Padre Muray”, Ugo Tognazzi’s voice in 1974’s “Don’t Touch the White Woman” and the voice of an unknown actor in And for a Roof a Sky Full of Stars (1968).