At the age of 64, the Slovak actor Marián Geisberg died on Saturday, known for example from a musical comedy Revival director Alice Nellis, in which he depicts the character of an aging rocker. The actor's death was reported by the Slovak National Theater (SND), where Geisberg has been active for more than a quarter of a century.
According to Slovakian media, the actor was concerned about medical problems. Previously, it collapsed and due to cancer, it experienced a demanding lung surgery.
Geisberg, native of the spa town Piešťany, graduated from the Bratislava School of Performing Arts in 1979, joined the theater in Prešov. Later he also worked at theaters in Martin and Trnava, in 1992 he became a member of the National Theater. During the current theater season, Geisberg had seven productions in his repertoire.
Geisberg appeared on the screen in the 1970s. In recent years he has played in the picture voice for the king of rome in the thrill The Red Captain or in a saga Sedmero krkavců. He also participated in the shot of the saga He's crazy.
In addition to actor, he was also known as a folk writer and performer, he also wrote short stories.
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