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|20 February 1942
|2 September 2009 67) (aged
Tibor Kristóf (20 February 1942 – 2 September 2009) was a Hungarian actor.
Besides his own career in Hungarian films and television, Kristóf provided the Hungarian-language voices of many prominent English-speaking Hollywood actors in major American-produced films.
Kristóf provided the Hungarian language voice of Morgan Freemanin the films, The Bucket List and Wanted . He also provided the Hungarian voice over for actors Sean Connery and Peter Gilmore.
Kristóf also provided the voice of Darth Vaderin George Lucas' Star Wars films, including Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope .
Kristóf died on 2 September 2009 in Budapest at the age 67.
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