Wednesday, March 17, 2021

RIP Gyula Szersen


Hungarian actor and voice dubber Gyula Szersen died in Budapest on March 17, 2021. Gyula was born on November 22, 1940 in Budapest. He graduated from the Theater Academy in 1965, but has been performing at the State Deryne Theater and the Comedy Theater since 1958. He appeared in over 75 films and at the same time was also a voice dubber who dubbed voices for nine Euro-westerns; “Buddy Goes West” [Hungarian voice of Riccardo Pizzuti]; “A Genius” 1981 [Hungarian voice of Gerard Boucaron] both 1981; “Man of the East” (1984) [Hungarian voice of Jean Louis]; “Trinity Sees Red” (1991) [Hungarian voice of Maximo Valverde]; “Flaming Frontier” [Hungarian voice of Larry Pennell]; “God Forgives… I Don’t” [Hungarian voice of Terence Hill] both 19932; “Killer Kid” (1993) [Hungarian voice of Jan Hendriks]; “It Can Be Done Amigo” (1999) [Hungarian voice of Jack Palance] and “A Genius” (2001) [Hungarian voice of Patrick McGoohan].

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