Walter Kohut (20 November 1927 – 18 May 1980) was an Austrian film, television and theatre actor.
He appeared in many Austrian and German films over a 30-year period and became known for playing shady characters. He became known internationally for his portrayal of Field Marshal Walter Model in the 1977 Hollywood blockbuster A Bridge Too Far and for an appearance in the 1979 thriller Bloodline.
He was married to the actress Immy Schell, sister of Maria and Maximilian Schell, his co-star in A Bridge Too Far. He died aged 52 and his gravesite is located in the Mauer cemetery in Vienna.
|1949||Vom Mädchen zur Frau|
|1958||Hello Taxi||Herbert Gerlinger|
|1961||Tales from the Vienna Woods||Alfred||TV movie|
|1965||3. November 1918||Oberleutnant Ludoltz||TV movie|
|1966||In Frankfurt sind die Nächte heiß||Harry Schimek|
|1967||Heißes Pflaster Köln||Poldi|
|1967||Kurzer Prozess||Herr Nagler|
|1970||Die Delegation||Will Roczinski, Reporter|
|1973||The Pedestrian||Dr. Rolf Meineke|
|1973||Gott schützt die Liebenden|
|1974||Only the Wind Knows the Answer||Heinz Seeberg|
|1976||21 Hours at Munich||Feldhaus||TV movie|
|1976||Vier gegen die Bank||Hartmut Wredel||TV movie|
|1977||A Bridge Too Far||Field Marshal Walter Model|
|1978||The Glass Cell||Lasky|
|1979||Kassbach – Ein Porträt||Karl Kassbach|
|1980||Panische Zeiten||Minister Dr. Kurt Kling|