Popular Czech actor and mime artist Boris Hybner died on Saturday at the age of 74. The actor passed away after a short and sudden illness, the spokesman for the National Theatre Tomáš Jelínek has confirmed on behalf of the actor's family. Mr Hybner starred in a number of roles in film and on television. In recent years he also worked as a teacher at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague.
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