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What’s Behind German Actor Hardy Krüger’s Cause of Death?


German actor in ‘A Bridge Too Far’ and ‘Barry Lyndon,’ Hardy Krüger’s cause of death has been followed by many questions soon after he passed away at his home in Palm Springs on Wednesday (January 19, 2022) at the age of 93.

Our team sends its deepest sympathies to the star and his family. May he rest in peace.

Krüger’s German agency in Hamburg confirmed the heartbreaking news in a statement, announcing that Krüger lost his life “suddenly and unexpectedly,” adding, “his warmth of heart, joie de vivre and his unshakable sense of justice will make him unforgettable.”

Hardy Krüger appeared alongside John Wayne in Howard Hawks’ Hatari! (1962), Laurence Olivier in Richard Attenborough’s A Bridge Too Far (1977), and Ryan O’Neal in Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon (1975).

“I grew up with death, I got used to it,” Hardy Krüger stated in a 2018 interview with German press agency DPA only days before his 90th birthday, when questioned if he was afraid of passing.

The retired artist referred to the fact that he had survived front line operations in World War II, bombings, and had escaped a death sentence and firing squad. “A person cannot usually be that lucky,” he mused.

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In the Berlin district of Wedding on April 12, 1928, during the period of the Great Depression, Eberhard August Franz Ewald Krüger was born. His father, an engineer, was a fan of Adolf Hitler and an early member of the Nazi Party. A statue of Hitler was on the family piano.

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An Illness Became Hardy Krüger’s Cause of Death

Although there is no official report about Sad Frosty’s cause of death at this time, many are saying he died of an illness he was recently suffering from.

Nevertheless, our team does not confirm any rumors; we are trying our best to find related information about the tragedy and provide the latest updates as soon as possible. Nevertheless, family privacy should be respected at this difficult time.

Krüger’s Hamburg-based literary agent, Peter Kaefferlein, announced that he breathed his breath, ‘suddenly and unexpectedly in California, where he lived with his third wife writer Anita Park. 

Hardy Krüger's cause of death has been followed by many questions soon after he passed away at his home in Palm Springs on Wednesday

The statement declared, “The fight against racism and the education of young people was his personal mission in life, his warmth, his joy for life and his unshakable sense of justice made him unforgettable.”

Krüger had a leading role in 75 films over a career that spanned 4 decades years and famously seemed in the epic war film A Bridge too Far, which boasted a star-studded cast such as James Caan, Michael Caine, and Sean Connery.

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Having been raised under Hitler’s rule, for years Hardy wanted to follow in his father’s footsteps, though while attending an elite Nazi boarding school he starred in the 1944 film Junge Adler, which was planned to be a propaganda piece.

Krüger later detailed how his experience with older actors on the set helped him realize the horrors of Adolf Hitler’s dictatorship. He made his acting debut in the German film The Young Eagles, but his career was interrupted when he was drafted by the German Wehrmacht – one of the Nazi armed forces – in 1944 when he was 16.

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