Natale Tulli, a famous Italian character actor passed away on July 16th after a long illness. He worked with some of Italy’s greatest directors: Federico Fellini, Dino Risi, Luchino Visconti and Sergio Corbucci. His first appearances was in 1961’s Barabbas directed by Richard Fleischer followed by “The Leopard”, “Amarcord” and “Satyricon”. His last appearance was in the 2002 film “Febbre da cavallo - La mandrakata”.
Tulli appeared in two Euro-westerns: “Boot Hill” (1969) where he played a miner and with Terence Hill in 1975’s “The Genius”.