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Who is Adolfo Celi?
Adolfo Celi was an Italian film actor and director. Born in Curcuraci, Messina, Sicily, Celi appeared in nearly 100 films, specialising in international villains. Although a prominent actor in Italian cinema and famed for many roles, he is best remembered internationally for his portrayal of Emilio Largo in the 1965 James Bond film Thunderball. Celi later spoofed his Thunderball role in the film OK Connery opposite Sean Connery's brother, Neil Connery.
- born on (93 years ago) in Messina
- nationality: Italy
- profession: Actor, businessperson, film director, teacher, theatre director, writer, screenwriter
- died on (29 years ago) in Siena of myocardial infarction
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by Marty McGee
Yamura; Brian Bedford Scott Stoddard; Jessica Walter Pat Stoddard; Antonio Sabato Nino Barlini; Francoise Hardy Lisa; Adolfo Celi Agostini Manetta; Claude Dauphin Guido; Genevieve Page Monique Delvaux-Sarti; Jack Watson Je› Jordan; ...
by Thomas S. Hischak
Adolfo Celi, Vittorio Gassman Eriprando ...
Dictionary of Film Makers (1972)
by Georges Sadoul, Peter Morris
(dir: Adolfo Celi), Painel (50), Santuario (51) (both shorts, dir: ...
Ali Baba to Zombies by R. G. Young
Adolfo Celi (Gen. Soule), Richard Attenborough (Judge Cannon), Gert Frobe (Wilhelm Blore). Charles Aznavour (Michel Raven). Alberto De Mendoza (Martino). Maria Rohm ...
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