Guido Mannari was born on December 13, 1944 in Rosignano, Marittimo, Italy. Before beginning his career as an actor, he was soccer player for the Werewolves in Rosignano. He made his feature film debut in the Italian film “L'assoluto natural” in 1969. One of his most important roles was as Cain Blue in the Euro-western “Brothers Blue” in 1973. He also had a small role in 1971’s “Blindman” starring Tony Anthony and as Carabu in 1974’s “Red Coat” starring Fabio Testi. Another important role was as Quinto Nevio Sutorio Macrone in the 1979 film Caligula .
Guido died of a heart attack on July 10, 1988. He was only 43.
Today we remember Guido Mannari on what would have been his 70th birthday.