Třebíč born Czech actor Milan Reihs died on Monday aged 77, his colleagues announced on Tuesday. Reihs spent much of his career in the theatre, performing in Jihlava, Olomouc and later in Prague. He also acted in numerous on-screen projects, including “Je treba zabít Sekala” (1998), “The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones” TV series and the 1984 Miloš Forman film “Amadeus”. In 2006, he was awarded the Senior Prix Artists’ Foundation Award for his contribution to the theatre.
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