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Ettore Manni was born on 6 May, 1927 in Rome, Lazio, Italy, is an Actor, Production Manager. Discover Ettore Manni's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of Ettore Manni networth?

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Occupation actor,production_manager
Age 52 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 6 May 1927
Birthday 6 May
Birthplace Rome, Lazio, Italy
Date of death 27 July, 1979
Died Place Rome, Lazio, Italy
Nationality Italy

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Was filming City of Women (1980) (aka City of Women) at the time of his death.


Much now has been said over the controversy of the actor's untimely death on July 27, 1979 in Rome. It was originally believed that the 52-year-old Manni, an avid gun collector, accidentally shot himself in the groin while cleaning or handling a gun. It is now believed he committed suicide.


The grief-stricken Manni suffered from chronic depression following her death but continued to work in Italy, appearing in Meet Him and Die (1976), Oh, Serafina! (1976), The Rip-Off (1977), Silver Saddle (1978), Il malato immaginario (1979), La verdad sobre el caso Savolta (1980), along with many TV projects.


Sadly, Nell was diagnosed with leukemia and lost her battle against the disease in Rome in 1975. She was only 28.


In the early 1970s, Manni met gorgeous Austrian-born actress Krista Nell, who had leads and second leads in French and Italian films. Although they did not marry, they became longtime companions. They showed up together in the films Django and Sartana Are Coming. . .

It's the End (1970) Les belles au bois dormantes (1970) and Karzan, il favoloso uomo della jungla (1972).


raccomanda l'anima a Dio! (1968), I Am Sartana, Your Angel of Death (1969) and Stranger That Kneels Beside the Shadow of a Corpse (1970). Outside of Italy, Manni, who grew stockier in later years, could be found playing priests and officer parts.


He appeared as Jason in a couple of the popular French "Angelique" series with Indomptable Angélique (1967) and Angelique and the Sultan (1968). Manni also lent support to a number of imported American/British male leads past their prime who found headlining work in Italy.


Manni also jumped on the "spaghetti western" bandwagon years later with appearances in the films Ringo and His Golden Pistol (1966), For a Few Extra Dollars (1966), The Stranger Returns (1967), Johnny Colt (1966), Ed ora. . .

A supreme showcase role came his way during this period when he appeared opposite Jeanne Moreau in Mademoiselle (1966).


These included The Valiant (1962) starring John Mills, Attack of the Normans (1962) starring Cameron Mitchell, Gold for the Caesars (1963) starring Jeffrey Hunter; War of the Zombies (1964) starring John Drew Barrymore, The Battle of El Alamein (1969) with Frederick Stafford, and in Incontro d'amore (1970) with John Steiner.


Sword-and-sandal spectacles became the rage during this time and Manni took full advantage with supporting roles in Ercole alla conquista di Atlantide (1961) starring Reg Park as the muscular titan, Hercules and the Masked Rider (1963), Hercules, Prisoner of Evil (1964) and I giganti di Roma (1964) with Richard Harrison as the muscled hero.


Dark, rugged and exceedingly good-looking, Italian actor Ettore Manni was a familiar presence in Neopolitan romancers and costumers. He also gave added stature to a number of peplum films and spaghetti westerns of the 1960s.


He also appeared opposite lovely Linda Cristal's Cleopatra in Legions of the Nile (1959) and the equally fetching Debra Paget as Cleopatra's Daughter (1960).


The quality of Manni's films declined into the late 50s and 60s but he found himself quite busy in such lowbudget fare as The Warrior and the Slave Girl (1958), The Pirate of the Black Hawk (1958) and Diez fusiles esperan (1959).


Ponti also paired Manni opposite his sultry-eyed wife Sophia Loren in Two Nights with Cleopatra (1954) playing Marc Antony to Loren's Cleopatra. Other strong roles followed for Manni.

He played the brother of Anthony Quinn's Attila (1954), and was reunited with Rossi-Drago in both Donne sole (1956) and Le Amiche (1955), as well as with both Kerima and May Britt in Fatal Desire (1953).


On screen from 1952, he appeared in over 100 films in his close to three-decade career. Popular in his native country, he played opposite Italy's most scintillating leading ladies in his early movies -- Sophia Loren, Eleonora Rossi Drago and Gianna Maria Canale, to name a few, often playing the continental lover.

In 1952 and 1953 he was handed prime leads and supports in the Carlo Ponti/Dino De Laurentiis productions of I tre corsari (1952) [The Three Pirates], Fratelli d'Italia (1952), The Devil Is a Woman (1953) and The Ship of Condemned Women (1953) the last two co-starring Kerima and May Britt.


Manni was born on May 6, 1927, in Rome, Italy, and came to films in 1952 with La tratta delle bianche (1952) [Frustrations] starring Rossi-Drago in which he was third billed.