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She died on Wednesday at 84 years

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She had to cope with severe blows and nevertheless never gave up: Christiane Hörbiger. Now the actress is dead, but survive her words of yore.

If you can believe your words from September 2018, Christiane Hörbiger lives on after her death - at least a little. "I am a believer and believe in the existence of the dear God - and that our soul lives on after death," she said in a conversation with "Golden Camera" at the time.

But Christiane Hörbiger was not only religious, it was also very successful. She had been playing film and television roles of all kinds in German-speaking countries since the 1950s. The price of her life's work was already presented in 2018, the golden camera. Now she is dead, died at the age of 84 in her homeland Vienna. Details on the circumstances of death became not known.

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, on the other hand, has been handed down, as Hörbiger thought about death - and how fearless she also met him in old age. In any case, it has hardly been afraid of death that she has appeared in public since her 80th birthday in 2018, since her 80th birthday in 2018. On the contrary: it was a conscious decision that she founded in an interview with the "Kurier" 2018. "I have been working since I was 17 and would like to enjoy my life now without having this constant pressure: reading script, learning text, filming, pressing appointments, etc. Actually, I don't want to do anything anymore."

"I promised my father that I would never do that"

actually played more than 130 film and television roles in her almost 70-year career. Her last appearance took place in 2019 for an Austrian television series, after which it was over. "I want to stop slowly. I only have this one life," she also emphasized on repeated demand in the "Kurier" - and she adhered to it.

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strokes of fate she had had to survive enough in her life anyway. Her long -time partner Gerhard Tötschinger died in 2016 - just six days before the planned wedding. Her second husband, the Swiss journalist Rolf Bigler, died in 1978 at the age of 48. The religiosity mentioned at the beginning helped her about these tragic chapters in life: "Without her nothing could be done. Just that I can talk to the Gerhard is very important to me," she said in the interview about her deceased partner and added: " I don't give up hope that I would see all my loved ones up there one day, that would be nice. "

You may keep your fingers crossed for this request that she will find the last rest with her loved ones after death on November 30th. Because one thing may be considered safe: Even if she was not afraid of death, as she assured her "golden camera" - she still loved life. A suicide, that never came into question: "I promised my father that I would never do it. And I hope that God wants me to never have a reason to kill myself," said Hörbiger In one of their last interviews.

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