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Franco Nero is a world-famous Italian film actor.
Since his youth, Franco Nero already demonstrated love to acting and took part in school performances.
While studying at university, Franco appeared in several Italian so-called photo novels. That’s how he was noticed and got a role in La Celestina P... R... in 1965.
Due to that role, young Franco Nero was offered a role of Abel in Huston's film The Bible: In the Beginning...
Best Known For
Franco wasn’t very popular and famous actor when he was invited for the role of a gunfighter in a world-famous spaghetti-western Django in 1966. The same year he also starred in Texas, addio and Le colt cantarono la morte e fu... tempo di massacre, both of the same genre.
Franco’s religious beliefs are unknown.
The actor is straight. He met Vanessa Redgrave a few decades ago, but in 1969, after the birth of their son Carlo Gabriel Nero the two separated for about thirty years. They both concentrated on their careers: Nero became a star in Italy, while Vanessa continued the celeb acting path of her parents. The couple reunited in 2006. They exchanged rings, but didn’t undergo the legal procedure. Since that time, they haven’t leaved each other anymore. (Source: People.com, 06/07/2010)
Worth to Know
Perhaps, some of you will be surprised to know that this already established actor debuted in voicing the cartoon character Uncle Topolino from the popular animated cartoon Cars 2. (Source: Pixar.wikia.com)