Tom Rosqui

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Tom Rosqui
Born Thomas Francis Rosqui
(1928-06-12)June 12, 1928
Oakland, California
Died April 12, 1991(1991-04-12) (aged 62)
Los Angeles, California
Occupation Stage, film, television actor

Thomas Francis "Tom" Rosqui[1] (12 June 1928 - 12 April 1991) was an American character actor with extensive stage experience.

Rosqui was born in Oakland, California, the son of a Spanish mother Sally (née Fernandes), a homemaker, and an Italian father Thomas A. Rosqui, a traffic manager.[1] Rosqui appeared on Broadway in "Sticks and Bones," and "The Price," among others. He acted often in television, but his most prominent role was as Corleone family bodyguard Rocco Lampone in the first two Godfather movies. Following a long struggle with cancer, he died at 62 in 1991.

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