Actor Lubomir Kostelka, known from cult film comedies, died

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The actor died at the age of 91 years.

28 November 2018 at 21:50 TASR

Prague. At the age of 91, the Czech actor Lubomir Kostelka, most known for cinema, died after a sudden heart attack.

In addition to Gulliver's key role in The Case for a Beginning Kata (1969), he has created hundreds of little characters, from Thief Pajdak in the movie Lords of Guys to Fandu's Daughter in the first two works of Zdeněk Troška & # 39; s Babovresky Fest. Information was provided by

The editorial board confirmed the report on the death of the actors, son of Martin Kostelka. According to him, "The father has drawn his lungs and his heart has not survived".

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A native of the Moravian city, Přerov took to his actor his classmate from Vladimír Menšík, Secondary Electrical Engineering School. Together they studied at the Brno Conservatory, and Menšík later took Kostelka from regional scenes behind the legendary Jan Werich to the ABC Prague Theater.

Also on Menšík's council Kostelka still exchanged theater and cinemas for film and television. The intense friendship of both species was for 40 years.

A special look led to Kostelka a number of smaller but significant numbers for officials, criminals, waiters, waiters, the portal.

For normalization, he played less smile in today's cultures, Lord, you are widow! Four murder is enough, dear, let's give you spinach or how to drink. Mrakka – almost always next to Menšík.

After November 1989 he shot Kostelka TV series, for example, Arabela returns, We were five, Life at the Chateau, Ranch U zeleného sedmi and Zdobočelá země.

He also recruited award-winning films such as Chicken Melancholik (1999) and Babi Summer (2001). Only a small part in the movie Chicken Melancholik gave him a nomination for the Czech prize prize.

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