Italian actor, screenwriter Pier Paolo Capponi died February 15, 2018 in Torri in Sabina, Rieti, Latium, Italy. He was 79. Born in Subiaco, Rome, Lazio, Italy on June 9, 1938 he attended a theater school after his studies and later was chosen by director Vittorio De Seta for an important role in “Un uomo a metà”. His film career was divided equally between auteur films and genre films, in which he was sometimes credited as Norman Clark. He was seen regularly on the big screen in the 1960s and 1970s. After 1977 Capponi centered his appearances on TV-series and on stage. He appeared in one Euro-western as Joe Kline in 1968's "My Name is Pecos" starring Robert Woods.
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