Here are 50 famous actors from Italy died in Myocardial infarction:
Sergio Leone (January 3, 1929 Rome-April 30, 1989 Rome) a.k.a. Bob Robertson or Sergio was an Italian film director, screenwriter, film producer and actor. He had three children, Raffaella Leone, Francesca Leone and Andrea Leone.
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Vittorio Gassman (September 1, 1922 Genoa-June 29, 2000 Rome) also known as Vittorio Gassmann, The Sir Laurence Olivier of Italy, Il Mattatore, Vittorio Gassman Knight Grand Cross OMRI, "the protagonist" or Vittorio Gassman, Knight Grand Cross, OMRI was an Italian actor, film director, screenwriter and writer. His children are called Alessandro Gassman, Paola Gassman, Jacopo Gassman and Vittoria Gassman.
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Agenore Incrocci (July 4, 1919 Brescia-November 15, 2005 Rome) also known as Age was an Italian screenwriter, film director, actor and writer. He had two children, Alberto Incrocci and Alessandro Incrocci.
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Henry Armetta (July 4, 1888 Palermo-October 21, 1945 San Diego) also known as Tony Martin, Enrico Armetto or Enrico Armetta was an Italian actor.
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Vincent Gardenia (January 7, 1920 Ercolano-December 9, 1992 Philadelphia) also known as Vincenzo Scognamiglio, Vince Gardenia, King of Brooklyn or Vincenzo Gardenia Scognamiglio was an Italian actor.
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Monty Banks (July 18, 1897 Cesena-January 7, 1950 Arona) also known as Mario Bianchi, William Montague, Montague Banks or Montague (Monty) Banks was an Italian film director, actor and comedian.
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Gian Maria Volonté (April 9, 1933 Milan-December 6, 1994 Florina) a.k.a. Gian Maria Volonte, Gianmaria Volonte, Gian-Maria Volonte, Gianmaria Volonté, John Wels, Johnny Wels, Cuncho, Gianmaria Volontè, John Wells or Gian Maria Volontè was an Italian actor, film director and screenwriter. His child is called Giovanna Volonté.
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Richard De Angelis (November 27, 2014 Boston-December 28, 2005 Silver Spring) a.k.a. Richard John DeAngelis, Richard John De Angelis, Richard DeAngelis, Richy Roach, Richard de Angelis, Richie Roach or Ricky Roach was an Italian comedian and actor. He had one child, Richard M. De Angelis.
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Yves Montand (October 13, 1921 Monsummano Terme-November 9, 1991 Senlis) also known as Yves Montad, Y.Montant or Ivo Livi was an Italian actor, singer and hairdresser. He had one child, Valentin Montand.
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Alberto Sordi (June 15, 1920 Trastevere-February 24, 2003 Rome) also known as Alberto, Albertone or Alberto Sordi, Cavaliere di Gran Croce OMRI was an Italian actor, screenwriter, film director, voice actor, film producer and composer.
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Serge Reggiani (May 2, 1922 Reggio Emilia-July 23, 2004 Boulogne-Billancourt) also known as Sergio Reggiani was an Italian singer, actor and painter. He had five children, Simon Reggiani, Karine Reggiani, Celia Reggiani, Maria Reggiani and Stéphan Reggiani.
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Ciccio Ingrassia (October 5, 1922 Palermo-April 28, 2003 Rome) also known as Francesco Ingrassia, Ingrassia, Ciccio or Francesco "Ciccio" Ingrassia was an Italian comedian, actor and film director. He had one child, Giampiero Ingrassia.
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Massimo Girotti (May 18, 1918 Mogliano-January 5, 2003 Rome) was an Italian actor. He had two children, Alessio Girotti and Arabella Girotti.
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Leopoldo Trieste (May 3, 1917 Reggio Calabria-January 25, 2003 Rome) also known as Leopold Trieste was an Italian actor, screenwriter, film director and playwright.
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Rafael Velasco (November 3, 1947 Mexico City-September 12, 2004 Mexico City) also known as Rafael Tobías Velasco Romero was an Italian actor.
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Marco Ferreri (May 11, 1928 Milan-May 9, 1997 Paris) was an Italian film director, screenwriter and actor.
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Adolfo Celi (July 27, 1922 Messina-February 19, 1986 Siena) was an Italian actor, businessperson, film director, teacher, theatre director, writer and screenwriter. He had two children, Leonardo Celi and Alessandra Celi.
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Giuseppe Amato (August 24, 1899 Naples-February 3, 1964 Rome) otherwise known as Giuseppe Vasaturo, G. D'Amato, G. Amato, Amato, Peppino Amato, Joseph Vasaturo or Peppino was an Italian film director, film producer, screenwriter and actor. His children are called Maria Amato and Marina Amato.
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Galeazzo Benti (August 6, 1923 Florence-April 20, 1993 Bracciano) otherwise known as Galeazzo Bentivoglio or Benti was an Italian actor and screenwriter.
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Renato Rascel (April 27, 1912 Turin-January 2, 1991 Rome) a.k.a. Renato Ranucci was an Italian actor, film score composer, screenwriter, singer and songwriter. His child is called Cesare Ranucci Rascel.
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Mario Merola (April 6, 1934 Naples-November 12, 2006 Castellammare di Stabia) a.k.a. Merola, Mario was an Italian singer and actor. His children are called Roberto Merola, Loredana Merola and Francesco Merola.
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Nino Martini (August 8, 1905 Verona-December 9, 1976 Verona) was an Italian actor and opera singer.
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Turi Ferro (January 10, 1921 Catania-May 11, 2001 Sant'Agata li Battiati) also known as Salvatore Ferro was an Italian actor.
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Ruggero Mastroianni (November 7, 1929 Turin-September 9, 1996 Torvaianica) also known as R. Mastroianni or Ruggiero Mastroianni was an Italian film editor and actor. His child is called Federica Mastroianni.
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Mario Bonnard (December 24, 1889 Rome-March 22, 1965 Rome) also known as Mario Bonard was an Italian screenwriter, actor, film director, film editor and film producer.
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Ennio Balbo (April 18, 1922 Naples-June 18, 1989 Rome) a.k.a. William Bosh, Edward Bell, Enio Balbo or Ennio Baldo was an Italian actor and voice actor.
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Cesare Danova (March 1, 1926 Bergamo-March 19, 1992 Los Angeles) also known as Cesare Deitinger or César Danova was an Italian actor. His children are called Marco Danova and Fabrizio Danova.
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Folco Lulli (July 3, 1912 Florence-May 23, 1970 Rome) was an Italian actor, film director and partisan.
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Lino Ventura (July 14, 1919 Parma-October 22, 1987 Saint-Cloud) a.k.a. Angiolino Giuseppe Pasquale Ventura, Lino or Angiolino Giuseppe Pascal Ventura was an Italian actor and wrestler. His children are called Clelia Ventura, Laurent Ventura, Mylène Ventura and Linda Ventura.
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Walter Chiari (March 2, 1924 Verona-December 20, 1991 Milan) also known as Walter Annicchiarico or W. Chiari was an Italian actor, screenwriter and comedian. He had one child, Simone Annicchiarico.
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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 called Walter Martino.
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Claudio Gora (July 27, 1913 Genoa-March 13, 1998 Rocca Priora) also known as Claudio Cora, Claudio Sora, Emil Jordan or Emilio Giordana was an Italian film director, actor and screenwriter. He had five children, Carlo Giordana, Andrea Giordana, Marina Giordana, Luca Giordana and Cristina Giordana.
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Silvano Tranquilli (August 23, 1925 Rome-May 10, 1997 Rome) also known as Montgomery Glenn was an Italian actor and voice actor.
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Maurizio Merli (February 8, 1940 Rome-March 10, 1989 Rome) was an Italian actor. His child is called Maurizio Matteo Merli.
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Massimo Troisi (February 19, 1953 San Giorgio a Cremano-June 4, 1994 Ostia) otherwise known as The Steve Martin of Italy was an Italian screenwriter, film director and actor.
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Joe D'Amato (December 15, 1936 Rome-January 23, 1999 Rome) also known as Aristide Massaccesi, The Evil Ed Wood, Lynn Clar, David Carson, Joe Damato, Joe De Mato, Hugo Clevers, James Burke, Joe D' Amato, Oliver J. Clarke, Bernard Brel, Donna Aubert, O.J. Clarke, Raf De Palma, Steven Benson, Michael Di Caprio, Félicien Dran, George Hudson, Kevin Mancuso, Fred Sloniscko Jr, Romano Gastaldi, A. Massaccesi, Dario Donati, Richard Haller, John Gelardi, Oscar Faradine, Igor Horwess, David Hills, Robert Price-Jones, Fred Sloniscko Jr., Joan Russel, Aristide Massacesi, Federico Slonisco, Peter Newton, Fédérico Slonisco, Arizona Massachusset, Aristede Massacesi, Tom Salima, J. Metheus, Aristide Massacessi, Joan Russell, Andrea Massai, Aristide Massaccessi, Zak Roberts, Frederick Slonisco, Una Pierre, Arizona Massachuset, Aristice Massaccesi, Chana Lee Sun, Michael Wotruba, Robert Yip, Federiko Slonisko Jr., Federico Slonisko Jr., Chang Lee Sun, Federico Slonisko, Frederico Slonisko, Fred Slonisko, Frederic Slonisko, Frederico Slonisko Jr., Frederiko Slonisko, Dan Slonisko, Joe d'Amato, Federiko Slonisko, Lynn Clark, Robert Duke, Robert Hall, John Shadow, Stephen Benson, Steve Benson, Alexandre Borski, Lee Castle, Frederick Slonisko or Mikail Wotruba was an Italian film director, screenwriter, cinematographer, film producer, actor and film editor. His children are called Daniele Massaccesi and Francesca Massaccesi.
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Lou Albano (July 29, 1933 Rome-October 14, 2009 Westchester County) also known as Louis Vincent Albano, Louis Vincent "Captain Lou" Albano, Captain Lou Albano, Capt. Lou Albano, 'Captain' Lou Albano, Loud Lou, Captain Lou, The Guiding Light, Leaping or Captain was an Italian wrestler and actor.
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Mario del Monaco (July 27, 1915 Florence-October 16, 1982 Mestre) was an Italian singer and actor. His child is called Giancarlo del Monaco.
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Ugo Bologna (September 11, 1917 Milan-January 29, 1998 Rome) also known as Hugo Bologna was an Italian actor and voice actor.
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Lucio Dalla (March 4, 1943 Bologna-March 1, 2012 Montreux) also known as Lucia Dalla or L. Dalla was an Italian film score composer, musician, singer, actor and singer-songwriter.
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Enrico Viarisio (December 3, 1897 Turin-November 1, 1967 Rome) was an Italian actor.
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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.
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Giuseppe De Santis (February 11, 1917 Fondi-May 16, 1997 Rome) also known as Giuseppe De Sanctis, Gino de Sanctis or Joe de Santis was an Italian film director, screenwriter, actor and writer. He had one child, Luisa De Santis.
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Alessandro Blasetti (July 3, 1900 Rome-February 1, 1987 Rome) also known as A. Blasetti or Father of Italian cinema was an Italian film director, screenwriter, film editor, actor and television director. His child is called Mara Blasetti.
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Virgilio Riento (November 29, 1889 Rome-September 7, 1959 Rome) otherwise known as Virgilio Armienti or Riento was an Italian actor.
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Italo Zingarelli (January 15, 1930 Lugo-April 28, 2000 Rome) also known as Ike Zingarmann was an Italian film producer, film director, screenwriter, writer and actor. He had three children, Sergio Zingarelli, Fabio Zingarelli and Sandra Zingarelli.
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Richard Benedict (January 8, 1920 Palermo-April 25, 1984 Studio City) a.k.a. Riccardo Benedetto, Pepe, Richard "Pepe" Benedict, Joseph Sciurba, Rich Benedict, Dick Benedict or Gerry Edwards was an Italian actor, television director, film director and screenwriter. His children are called Samuel Benedict, Nick Benedict, Martin Benedict and Joy Benedict.
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Umberto D'Orsi (July 30, 1929 Trieste-August 31, 1976 Rome) also known as Umberto Dorsi was an Italian actor and comedian.
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Tonino Cervi (June 14, 1929 Rome-April 1, 2002 Rapolano Terme) otherwise known as Antonio Cervi or Tonino was an Italian film producer, film director, screenwriter and actor. He had two children, Valentina Cervi and Antonio Levesi Cervi.
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Domenico Modugno (January 9, 1928 Polignano a Mare-August 6, 1994 Lampedusa) also known as Dominico Modugno, Mister Volare or Mimì was an Italian singer, actor, singer-songwriter, film director, film producer, politician, songwriter, film score composer and composer. His children are called Marco Modugno, Marcello Modugno, Massimo Modugno and Fabio Camilli.
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