Italian actors died in Respiratory disease

Here are 2 famous actors from Italy died in Respiratory disease:

Renato Carosone

Renato Carosone (January 3, 1920 Naples-May 20, 2001 Rome) also known as Renato Carusone or Carosone was an Italian bandleader, actor, songwriter, musician and composer. He had one child, Pino Carusone.

Carosone was best known for his popular and infectious songs mixing the sounds of swing, jazz, pop and Neapolitan folk music. Some of his most well-known songs include "Tu Vuò Fa' L'Americano", "Maruzzella", and "Torero". His career spanned several decades and he made a significant contribution to the development of Italian popular music.

In addition to his successful career as a musician, Carosone was also an accomplished actor, appearing in several films and TV shows in Italy. He was a beloved figure in Italian culture and continues to be recognized as an influential and iconic figure in Italian music.

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Arnoldo Foà

Arnoldo Foà (January 24, 1916 Ferrara-January 11, 2014 Rome) a.k.a. Arnoldo Foa, Arnoldo Foá, Arnold Foa, Arnoldo Eugenio Foà or Arnoldo Foa' was an Italian actor, voice actor, film director and writer. He had five children, Annalisa Foà, Valentina Foà, Rossellina Foà, Giulia Foà and Orsetta Foà.

Foà started his career in the 1930s as a voice actor, providing Italian dubbing for foreign films. He later moved on to acting in theater, film, and television. He appeared in more than 100 films and worked with acclaimed Italian directors such as Federico Fellini and Michelangelo Antonioni.

Foà was also a respected stage actor and performed in numerous theater productions throughout his career, including works by Shakespeare and Pirandello. In addition, he directed and wrote several plays.

Foà was awarded with many honors during his life, including the Knight Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, the highest civilian honor in Italy. He continued to work in the entertainment industry until his death at the age of 97 in 2014.

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