Italian movie actors died when they were 44

Here are 2 famous actors from Italy died at 44:

Erno Crisa

Erno Crisa (March 10, 1924 Bizerte-April 5, 1968 Rome) a.k.a. Ernesto Crisa, James Parker, Erno Grisa, Tino Crisa or Ernesto Crisà was an Italian actor.

He died as a result of cerebral hemorrhage.

Erno Crisa began his career in the Italian film industry in the 1940s, appearing in dozens of films throughout the 1950s and 1960s. He was known for his versatile acting skills, often playing a villain or a romantic lead with equal ease. Later in his career, he became more involved in Italian television, appearing in several popular shows. In addition to his acting work, Crisa was also a proficient stage actor and director. He was awarded the prestigious San Genesio Prize in 1956 for his work in the theater. Despite his success, Crisa's life was marked by personal struggles, including a difficult marriage and struggles with alcoholism. He passed away in Rome in 1968 at the age of 44.

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Bruto Castellani

Bruto Castellani (April 5, 1888 Rome-January 19, 1933 Rome) was an Italian actor.

Born in Rome in 1888, Bruto Castellani began his acting career in the early 1910s in the Italian cinema. He gained acclaim for his roles in silent films, becoming one of the most sought-after actors of his time. His notable works include "Ma l'amor mio non muore" (1913), "La tragica fine di Caligula imperatore" (1917) and "L'isola del diavolo" (1919).

In the 1920s, Castellani continued his success in the newly emerging sound film industry, acting in films such as "La città dei matti" (1925) and "Il cigno nero" (1927). He became known for his ability to portray complex and nuanced characters on screen.

However, Castellani struggled with addiction and his personal life began to affect his career. He passed away in 1933 at the age of 44 due to complications from his addiction. Despite his tragic end, Bruto Castellani is remembered as an accomplished actor and an important figure in the Italian film industry.

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