Italian movie actors died when they were 74

Here are 16 famous actors from Italy died at 74:

Giovanni Grasso

Giovanni Grasso (November 11, 1888 Catania-April 30, 1963 Catania) also known as Giovanni Grasso Jr. was an Italian actor.

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Nino Marchetti

Nino Marchetti (February 21, 1909 Udine-September 2, 1983 Udine) a.k.a. Giambattista Marchetti, Giobatta Marchetti or Giovan Battista Marchetti was an Italian actor and voice actor.

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Olinto Cristina

Olinto Cristina (February 5, 1888 Florence-June 17, 1962 Rome) was an Italian actor and voice actor.

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Fosco Giachetti

Fosco Giachetti (March 28, 1900 Sesto Fiorentino-December 22, 1974 Rome) was an Italian actor.

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Anthony Steffen

Anthony Steffen (July 21, 1929 Rome-June 4, 2004 Rio de Janeiro) a.k.a. Anthony Steffan, Antonio Luiz De Teffè, Antonio De Teffe, Antonio De Teffè, Antônio Luiz de Teffé von Hoonholtz, Antonio Luiz de Teffé von Hoonholtz or Italian Clint Eastwood was an Italian actor and screenwriter. He had two children, Luiz De Teffè and Manuel De Teffè.

He died caused by cancer.

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Franco Califano

Franco Califano (September 14, 1938 Tripoli-March 30, 2013 Acilia) also known as Califfo was an Italian actor, singer and lyricist. He had one child, Silvia Califano.

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Arturo Dominici

Arturo Dominici (January 2, 1918 Palermo-September 7, 1992 Rome) a.k.a. Henry Kruger or Arthur Kent was an Italian actor and voice actor. He had one child, Germana Dominici.

He died caused by cancer.

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Tiberio Mitri

Tiberio Mitri (July 12, 1926 Trieste-February 12, 2001 Rome) also known as The Trieste Tiger was an Italian actor and professional boxer. He had two children, Alesandro Mitri and Tiberia Mitri.

He died caused by traffic collision.

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Bruno Martino

Bruno Martino (November 11, 1925 Rome-June 12, 2000 Rome) a.k.a. The Bruno Martino Five or Martino, Bruno was an Italian pianist, composer, singer and actor. His child is Walter Martino.

He died as a result of myocardial infarction.

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Corrado Mantoni

Corrado Mantoni (August 2, 1924 Rome-June 8, 1999 Rome) also known as Corrado was an Italian actor, presenter and voice actor. He had one child, Roberto Mantoni.

He died in lung cancer.

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Vladimiro De Liguoro

Vladimiro De Liguoro (October 11, 1893 Naples-August 31, 1968 Rome) also known as Wladimiro De Liguoro was an Italian actor, cinematographer, film director, film editor, screenwriter and film producer.

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Erminio Spalla

Erminio Spalla (July 7, 1897 Borgo San Martino-August 14, 1971 Rome) otherwise known as Antonio Erminio Spalla was an Italian actor and professional boxer.

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Mario Schiano

Mario Schiano (July 20, 1933 Naples-May 10, 2008 Rome) was an Italian saxophonist, actor, set decorator and composer.

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Cesare Bettarini

Cesare Bettarini (October 17, 1901 Florence-October 19, 1975 Florence) was an Italian actor.

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Alfred Rode

Alfred Rode (June 4, 1905 Torre del Greco-July 22, 1979 Lisieux) also known as Alfred Rode and His Royal Tzigane Band, Alfred Rode and his Tzigane Band, Alfred Rode et son grand Orchestre or Alfred Spedaliere was an Italian actor, film producer, film director, screenwriter, film score composer and musician.

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Giorgio Mangiamele

Giorgio Mangiamele (August 13, 1926 Catania-May 13, 2001 Melbourne) was an Italian film director, cinematographer, screenwriter, photographer, film producer and actor. He had two children, Suzanne Mangiamele and Claudia Mangiamele.

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