2 July 1888|
|Died||20 July 1982
|Other names||Gian Paolo Rosmino|
|Years active||1913–1965 (film)|
Gianpaolo Rosmino (2 July 1888 – 20 July 1982) was an Italian actor and film director. Rosmino enjoyed a lengthy screen career. Aafter making his debut in the silent era in 1913 he appeared in over eighty films and television series up to 1965. He played a prominent role in the 1913 silent Love Everlasting, one of the two most famous Italian early silent films. His is sometimes credited as Gian Paolo Rosmino.
He played the title role in the 1935 film Don Bosco.
- Love Everlasting (1913)
- Don Bosco (1935)
- Aldebaran (1935)
- Guest for One Night (1939)
- Rita of Cascia (1943)
- The Flame That Will Not Die (1949)
- The Young Caruso (1951)
- Frine, Courtesan of Orient (1953)
- Hercules (1958)
- Afrodite, dea dell'amore (1958)
- The Giant of Marathon (1959)
- Hercules Unchained (1959)
- Fury of Achilles (1962)
- The Revenge of Spartacus (1965)
- Moliterno p.185
- Moliterno, Gino. Historical Dictionary of Italian Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2008.
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