Horst Buchholz’s Death – Cause and Date

Horst Buchholz Death Cause and Date

Born (Birthday) December 4, 1933

Death Date March 3, 2003

Age of Death 69 years

Cause of Death Pneumonia

Profession Movie Actor

The movie actor Horst Buchholz died at the age of 69. Here is all you want to know, and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Remembered best for his roles in the 1960s films Fanny (as Marius), The Magnificent Seven (as Chico), and One, Two, Three (as Otto Ludwig Piffl), this German-born actor also appeared in such German-language movies as Nasser Asphalt and Die Halbstarken.

A native of East Berlin, Germany, he was raised by his mother Maria Hasenkamp and his stepfather Hugo Buchholz, as well as by a foster family in Czechoslovakia (during the World War II years). His marriage to French movie actress Myriam Bru resulted in two children.

Buchholz, who was recovering from a broken thighbone, died in intensive care at the Charite hospital, spokeswoman Kerstin Ullrich said. The cause of death was pneumonia.