Walter Maestosi was born on October 23, 1934 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. Walter graduated in 1960 with a law degree he then attended the National Academy of Dramatic Arts named after Silvio d'Amico. He went on to work in the theater with well-known directors, including Silverio Blasi, Guido Salvini, Orazio Costa, Edmo Fenoglio, Mario Landi and Antonio Calenda.
He was particularly active in the reading of prose on radio, participating for Radio Rai in a thousand productions in radio dramas, comedies and cultural programs of various kinds.
He has taught the recital of poetery in Italy and abroad.
As a television actor Maestosi starred in television dramas and comedies and transmitted theater plays. In film he’s appeared in mostly B-movies including the Euro-westerns: “In a Colt’s Shadow” and “Ringo’s Big Night” as Broken Arm/John Down, Federal Officer John Crowl both in 1965.
Still active today in the film industry today we celebrate Walter Maestosi’s 80th birthday.