Italian actors died in HIV/AIDS

Here are 2 famous actors from Italy died in HIV/AIDS:

Franco Rossellini

Franco Rossellini (November 7, 1935 Rome-June 3, 1992 New York City) was an Italian film producer, actor and screenwriter.

He was one of the founders of the Italian film company RAI Radiotelevisione Italiana and produced many movies during his career. He was the nephew of the famous director Roberto Rossellini and brother of the well-known film editor Marcello Rossellini. Franco Rossellini began his film career as a screenwriter and later moved on to producing films. Some of his notable works include the 1961 movie "Three Nights of Love" and the 1965 movie "The Fascist". He also acted in a few films, including "Weapons of Death" and "The Swinging Cheerleaders". After establishing himself as a successful producer in Italy, Rossellini moved to the United States in the late 1970s to expand his career. He continued to work on various films and television projects until his death in 1992.

Franco Caracciolo

Franco Caracciolo (March 6, 1944 San Martino in Pensilis-November 3, 1992 Rome) also known as Francesco Caracciolo was an Italian actor.

Caracciolo began his acting career in the late 1960s, appearing in various films and television series throughout the 1970s, 80s, and early 90s. Some of his most notable roles include the character of Armando in the popular Italian sitcom "Drive-In" and the role of Nino Basile in the film "La Piovra 5."

Aside from his acting career, Caracciolo was also a writer and director, known for his collaborations with the Italian comedian and actor Pier Paolo Capponi. In 1973, he wrote and directed the comedy film "Il Santo Patrono" starring Capponi.

Caracciolo's life and career were tragically cut short when he passed away from a heart attack at the age of 48 in Rome. Despite his untimely death, his contributions to Italian cinema and television have made a lasting impact on the industry.

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