Italian actors died in Surgical complications

Here are 2 famous actors from Italy died in Surgical complications:

Fred Malatesta

Fred Malatesta (April 18, 1889 Naples-April 8, 1952 Burbank) a.k.a. Frederic Malatesta, Fred M. Malatesta or Frederic M. Malatesta was an Italian actor.

He was best known for his work in silent films, particularly for his performances in the films "A Woman of Paris" (1923), "The Thief of Bagdad" (1924), and "The General" (1926). Malatesta also appeared in several sound films, including "Topper" (1937) and "The Invisible Man Returns" (1940). He began his acting career in the theater before transitioning to film. Aside from acting, he was also a writer and director of stage productions. Malatesta was married to fellow actress Lillian Langdon and they had one daughter together. Malatesta passed away at the age of 62 from a heart attack.

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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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