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Gian Maria Volonté

Born April 9, 1933 in Milan, Italy
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Gian Maria Volonté (9 April 1933 – 6 December 1994) was an Italian actor. He is perhaps most famous outside of Italy for his roles as the main villain in Sergio Leone's A Fistful of Dollars (credited in the USA as "Johnny Wels") and For a Few Dollars More.

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Actor
as "Self (archive footage)"
as "Tirano Banderas"
as "Carmelo Franzò (as Gian Maria Volontè)"
as "Alberto Landolfi"
Open Doors (1990)
as "Giudice Vito Di Francesco"
as "Pestalozzi"
as "Zenone"
as "Felice"
as "Dr. Cristo Bedoya"
as "Aldo Moro"
as "Bernard Fontana"
as "Plessis"
as "Stark"
as "Izarra"
as "Carlo levi"
as "Brigadiere Ludovico Graziano"
as "M."
as "Gregorio"
as "Emilio"
as "Giordano Bruno"
as "Charles 'Lucky' Luciano"
as "The Managing Editor of 'Il Giornale'"
as "Sadiel - un leader progresste maghrebin"
as "Self (voice) (uncredited)"
as "Enrico Mattei"
as "Lulù Massa"
as "Bartolomeo Vanzetti"
as "Vogel"
as "Lt. Ottolenghi"
as "Le ranger nordiste"
as "Self / Reenactor (uncredited)"
as "Narrator (voice)"
as "Renno"
The Bandit (1969)
as "Gramigna"
Summit (1968)
as ""
as "Piero Cavallero"
as "Aldo Cervi"
as "Professor Brett Fletcher"
as "Professore Paolo Laurana"
as "Chuncho Munos / 'El Chuncho'"
as "Jascha"
The Witch (1966)
as "Fabrizio"
as "Teofilatto dei Leonzi"
as "Inspector Moroni"
as "El Indio"
as "Assessore"
as "Ramón Rojo"
as "Giuliana"
as "Guglielmo"
as "Stimolo"
as "Salvatore"
as "Papaleo"
as "Re di Sparta"
as "Tarath"
as "Piero Benotti"
as "Samuel Braunstein (as Gianmaria Volontè)"
as "Samuel Braunstein"
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