Franco Interlenghi

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Franco Interlenghi
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Interlenghi (1950)
Born (1931-10-29)29 October 1931
Rome, Kingdom of Italy
Died 10 September 2015(2015-09-10) (aged 83)
Rome, Italy
Occupation Actor
Years active 1946–2007
Spouse(s) Antonella Lualdi (1953–2015; his death)
Children 2

Franco Interlenghi (29 October 1931 – 10 September 2015) was an Italian actor.

He made his acting debut at 15 in Vittorio De Sica's 1946 Neorealist film Sciuscià. He has worked with great directors such as Alessandro Blasetti in Fabiola, Roberto Rossellini in Viva l'Italia! and Il generale della Rovere, Federico Fellini in I vitelloni, Michelangelo Antonioni in I vinti, Mauro Bolognini in La notte brava and Luchino Visconti in his stage adaptation of Death of a Salesman. He also appeared in international films, such as Joseph L. Mankiewicz's The Barefoot Contessa, Julien Duvivier's Le petit monde de don Camillo, Charles Vidor's A Farewell to Arms and the Italian-American co-production Ulysses, directed by Mario Camerini.

With his wife, Antonella Lualdi, he had two children, one of whom is actress Antonellina Interlenghi. Franco Interlenghi died on 10 September 2015, aged 83.[1][2]



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