Italian movie actors died in the year 2011

Here are 6 famous actors from Italy died in 2011:

Enzo Cannavale

Enzo Cannavale (April 5, 1928 Castellammare di Stabia-March 18, 2011 Naples) otherwise known as Vincenzo Cannavale was an Italian actor.

Cannavale began his acting career in the 1950s and appeared in numerous Italian films and television series over the course of his career. He was best known for his roles in the films "Il Postino" (1994), "Mediterraneo" (1991), and "Napoli milionaria" (1950). Cannavale worked closely with famous director and screenwriter, the late Massimo Troisi, and appeared in several of his films. He was also a noted theater actor and director and appeared in many successful plays throughout his career. In addition to his acting work, Cannavale was a member of the Italian Communist Party and actively participated in political demonstrations and rallies. He died in Naples in 2011 at the age of 82.

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Mario Scaccia

Mario Scaccia (December 26, 1919 Rome-January 26, 2011 Rome) was an Italian actor, author and poet.

He began his acting career in post-World War II Italy and became known for his prolific presence in films, TV series and on stage. He worked with some of Italy's most renowned directors including Federico Fellini, Pier Paolo Pasolini and Michelangelo Antonioni. In addition to his acting career, Scaccia was also a well-respected author and poet. He published several collections of poetry and wrote numerous screenplays and stage plays. In 2003, he was awarded the prestigious Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement award at the Venice Film Festival. Despite his success, Scaccia remained humble and devoted to his craft throughout his life. He passed away in Rome at the age of 91.

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Francesco Quinn

Francesco Quinn (March 22, 1963 Rome-August 5, 2011 Malibu) a.k.a. Francesco Daniele Quinn was an Italian actor and voice actor. His children are called Michela Quinn and Max Quinn.

Quinn was the son of the legendary actor Anthony Quinn and his second wife Iolanda Addolori. He grew up in Rome and Los Angeles and started his acting career in the late 1980s. He appeared in numerous films and TV shows, including Platoon, The Young and the Restless, The Shield, and NCIS.

In addition to his acting work, Quinn was also a talented voice actor and provided voices for several video games and animated TV shows. He was also an accomplished musician, playing guitar and singing in a band called Mad for the Racket.

Sadly, Quinn passed away in 2011 at the age of 48, after suffering a heart attack while jogging. His death was a great loss to the entertainment industry, as he was a gifted actor and artist with a bright future ahead of him.

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Giancarlo Badessi

Giancarlo Badessi (September 21, 1928 Lecco-December 6, 2011 Rome) a.k.a. Giancarlo Badese was an Italian actor.

He began his career in the theater before transitioning to film and television in the 1960s. Badessi appeared in over 60 films throughout his career, often playing supporting roles or character parts. Some of his notable film credits include "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" (1966), "Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion" (1970), and "The Mattei Affair" (1972). He also had a successful career on television, appearing in popular series such as "Don Matteo" and "Il commissario Montalbano." In addition to acting, Badessi was also a trained linguist, fluent in several languages including English, French and Spanish. He passed away in Rome at the age of 83.

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Daniele Formica

Daniele Formica (June 10, 1949 Drogheda-February 1, 2011 Bassano del Grappa) was an Italian voice actor, actor, theatre director and playwright.

Formica began his career as a voice actor in the 1970s, dubbing foreign films and television shows into Italian. He lent his voice to several iconic characters, including Woody from Toy Story, Rafiki from The Lion King, and Yoda from Star Wars. Besides his successful voice acting career, he also appeared in several films and television series as an actor. Moreover, he was a prolific theatre director and playwright, having written and directed over 30 plays throughout his career. Formica was widely regarded as one of the most talented and versatile performers in the Italian entertainment industry. He passed away in 2011 at the age of 61.

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Giorgio Celli

Giorgio Celli (July 16, 1935 Verona-June 11, 2011 Bologna) was an Italian writer, screenwriter and actor. He had one child, Davide Celli.

Giorgio Celli was known for his work in the entertainment industry in Italy. He started his career as an actor in the mid-1950s, and appeared in various films and TV series throughout the decades. In addition to his acting career, Celli was also a prolific writer, having penned several books on science, philosophy, and environmentalism. He was particularly interested in the relationship between humans and nature, and advocated for the preservation of the environment. Celli was also a screenwriter, and worked on several TV shows, including the popular Italian series "Detective Montalbano." He received numerous awards for his work, including the prestigious Premio Viareggio in 2004 for his book "L'anima della natura."

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