Italian actor Corrado Olmi died in a Rome hospital on December 29, 2020 from a disease aggravated by COVID-19. He was 94. Born in Jesi, Marche, Italy on October 24, 1926 he was at first a theater actor then he moved to Rome and entered the film industry and appeared in over 90 films including five Euro-westerns including: ‘Questa sera parla Mark Twain’ (TV 1965) where he played the newspaper editor); “Ace High” (1968) where he played the man on street that Eli Wallach forces to gamble with him; “A Stranger in Paso Bravo” (1968) as Jonathan Sheridan; “Joe Dakota” (1971) as the cowboy assaulting Rosy; “Apache Woman” (1976) as Jeremy.
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