Italian actors died in Peritonitis

Here are 3 famous actors from Italy died in Peritonitis:

Rudolph Valentino

Rudolph Valentino (May 6, 1895 Castellaneta-August 23, 1926 New York City) otherwise known as Rodolfo Alfonso Raffaello Piero Filiberto Guglielmi di Valentina d'Antonguolla, Rodolfo Alfonso Raffaello Piero Filiberto Guglielmi, The Latin Lover, The Great Lover, The Sheik, Valentino, M. Rodolfo De Valentina, M. Rodolpho De Valentina, M. De Valentina, R. De Valentina, Rudolpho De Valentina, Rudolpho De Valentine, Rudolpho De Valintine, Rudolph DeValentino, Rodolph Valentine, Rudolph Valentine, Rodolfo Valentino, Rodolph Valentino, Rudi Valentino, Rudolfo Valentino, Rudolf Valentino, Rudolph Volantino, Rodolfo di Valentina, Rudolpho di Valentina, Rodolfo di Valentini or Rodolfo Alfonso Raffaello Pierre Filibert Guglielmi di Valentina d'Antonguolla was an Italian actor, dancer, teacher and film producer.

Valentino was born in Castellaneta, Italy and immigrated to the United States in 1913. He began his career as a dancer in New York City before moving to Hollywood to pursue acting. He quickly became a heartthrob and sex symbol in silent films, starring in hit movies such as "The Sheik" and "Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse." Valentino was known for his exoticism and sensuality on screen, which drew criticism from conservative groups. He was also fiercely private about his personal life, which only fueled rumors and speculation. Valentino died tragically at the age of 31 from complications of peritonitis, leaving behind a legacy as one of the most iconic and beloved actors in Hollywood history.

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Aldo Giuffrè

Aldo Giuffrè (April 10, 1924 Naples-June 26, 2010 Rome) also known as Aldo Giuffre or Aldo Giuffre' was an Italian actor, comedian and voice actor.

He appeared in more than 90 films throughout his career, which started in the 1950s. Giuffrè was considered a versatile actor, known for playing both serious roles and comedic characters with equal skill. Some of his most notable films include "Divorce, Italian Style," "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," and "The Leopard." Outside of film, Giuffrè also worked as a voice actor, lending his voice to numerous Italian-dubbed versions of foreign films. In addition to his acting career, he was also a playwright and theater director. He passed away in Rome in 2010 at the age of 86.

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Guido Celano

Guido Celano (April 19, 1904 Francavilla al Mare-March 7, 1988 Rome) also known as Guy W. Ceylon or William First was an Italian actor, voice actor, film director and film producer. He had two children, Ruggero Celano and Virginia Celano.

Celano began his career in the film industry as an actor in Italian silent films in the 1920s. He transitioned to sound films in the 1930s and quickly became a popular character actor, known for his commanding presence and deep voice. Celano appeared in over 300 films throughout his career and worked with some of the most renowned Italian directors of the time, including Federico Fellini and Vittorio De Sica.

In addition to acting, Celano also worked as a voice actor, dubbing foreign films into Italian. He was the official voice of Humphrey Bogart in Italian versions of his films, earning him the nickname "The Voice of Bogart."

Celano also tried his hand at film directing and producing. He directed several films in the 1940s and 1950s, including the crime drama "Black Magic" (1949) and the war film "Battle of the Seas" (1957).

Throughout his career, Celano was recognized for his contributions to Italian cinema with several awards and honors. He was awarded the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic in 1968 for his distinguished career in film.

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