Alberto Schiappadori in Ostiglia, Italy on December 21, 1938, he began his film career in the first half of 1960s alternating his activity as a film actor with a career in theater and dubbing. The role that the public first noticed him was that of Dr. Zucconi in “Il medico della mutualua”, in which he played one of Guido Tersilli's perfidious colleagues, a role also played in the sequel “Professor. Dr Guido Tersilli primario della clinica Villa Celeste convenzionata con le mutue”. During his career, Sandro was able to work with such directors Dario Argento, Mario Monicelli, Steno, Carlo Vanzina, Pupi Avati, Roberto Rossellini, Vittorio De Sica, Luigi Zampa, Luciano Salce and Sidney Lumet. Sandro Dori appeared in two Euro-westerns: “The Hills Run Red” (1966) as a saloon barker and “And for a Roof a Sky Full of Stars” (1968) as the sideshow owner.