Friday, July 24, 2009

Who Are Those Guys - Roberto Alessandri

Italian character actor/stuntman Roberto Alessandri aka Robert Alexander was born in Rome, Italy in 1935 and has been on screen since the early 1950s. He hit his stride in the mid 1960’s to late 1970s with some 15 film appearances. Never playing more than a henchman or background saloon patron his face was seen in six Spaghetti Westerns during this time. He also would appear in ten Bud Spencer/ Terence Hill films. During the late ‘70s he became a stunt master.

ALESSANDRI, Roberto (aka Robert Alexander) [Italian]
The Brute and the Beast – 1966 (Scott henchman)
Fort Yuma Gold – 1966 [as Robert Alexander]
God Forgives… I Don’t – 1966 (poker player)
Halleluja for Django – 1966
They Call Me Tinity – 1970 (henchman)
It Can be Done Amigo – 1971 (henchman)
Trinity is Still My Name – 1971 (saloon brawler)
Tara Poki – 1971 (outlaw)
Man of the East – 1972 (saloon patron)

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