Giancarlo Badessi was born Giancarlo Badese on September 21, 1928 in Rome, Italy. The portly character actor started out in the theater and co-wrote a play with Giancarlo Cobelli which was later made into a film directed by Cobelli. He first appeared on screen in 1968's “Tepepa” (aka “Blood and Guns”) and would go on to appear in over 45 films and TV appearances, until his last credited performance in the 1982 “Fuga dall’archipelago maledetto” (aka Tiger Joe) with David Warbeck. Along the way Giancarlo appeared in six Euro-westerns.
BADESSI, Giancarlo(Giancarlo Badese) [9/21/1928, Rome, Lazio, Italy - ] - screenwriter, stage, TV actor.
Ace High - 1968 (fight promoter)
Blood and Guns - 1968 (Sergeant)
Night of the Serpent - 1969 (Ignacio)
The Grand Duel - 1972 (one-eyed man)
The Great Treasure Hunt - 1972 (El Supremo)
Halleluja to Vera Cruz - 1973 (Governor)