Here’s the translation of a brief interview I found with familiar Italian character actor Guido Lollobrigida – a regular in Spaghetti Westerns, Spy and Crime films.
Here’s another in our list of American actors who ended up making films in Italy. Now, I’m guessing you’ve never heard of Frank Colson?
I’ve seen a couple of films recently featuring actor Roland Carey, a curious figure who was active in the Italian film industry for over twenty years, and though it was about time to do a little extended research into him.
I’ve noticed the name Peter Dane crop up in a couple of Italian films that I’ve watched now, so it seems like a good opportunity to revive my ‘Americans in Cinecitta’ posts.
Franco Diogene was born in Catania in 1947 and moved at a young age to Genoa. From the age of six years old he was involved with the performing arts
Luisella Boni, who was also known as Brigitte Corey, Isabelle Corey, Luisa Boni and – to her mum and dad – Luisa Angela Bozzo, was born in Como on the 24th July 1935
Here’s an italian language piece on the actress Carole Andre that appeared in La Stampa on the 16th October, primarily about her role in Sergio Sollima’s Sandokan