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Claudio Camaso (–1977)

Claudio Camaso was born as Claudio Volonté. He is known for his work on A Bay of Blood (1971), Vengeance (1968) and Wake Up and Die (1966). He was married to Verena Baer Volonté. He died on September 16, 1977 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. See full bio »

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 1976 Origins of the Mafia (TV Mini-Series)
Giuseppe Gramignano
- Gli antenati (1976) ... Giuseppe Gramignano (as Claudio Volontè)
 1975 C.I.A. Secret Story
Che Guevara (as Claudio Volonté)
 1974 Il tempo dell'inizio (as Claudio Volonté)
 1974 All Screwed Up
Bruno - cook from Turin (as Claudio Volontè)
 1971 A Bay of Blood
Simon (as Claudio Volonté)
 1971 La grande scrofa nera (as Claudio Volonté)
 1971 L'inchiesta (TV Movie)
Journalist (as Claudio Volontè)
 1969 Schreie in der Nacht
Alfred Sinclair
 1968 Garter Colt
 1968 Vengeance is Mine
Clint Forest
 1968 Crónica de un atraco
 1967 John the Bastard
Don Francisco Tenorio
 1967 Fire of Love
 1967 10,000 Dollars for a Massacre
Manuel Vasqiez
 1966 Fury in Marrakesh (as Claudio Volonté)
 1966 Wake Up and Die
Franco Magni
 1965 I Knew Her Well
Adriana's First Boyfriend
 1964 Vita di Michelangelo (TV Series)
Leonardo nipote
- Episode #1.3 (1964) ... Leonardo nipote
 1964 Mastro Don Gesualdo (TV Mini-Series)
Nunzio Jr.
- Episode #1.5 (1964) ... Nunzio Jr.
- Episode #1.4 (1964) ... Nunzio Jr.
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Alternate Names:

Claudio Volontè | Claudio Volonté

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On the evening of the 26th of July 1977, he mortally stabbed Vincenzo Mazza during a quarrel in Campo de' Fiori, in Rome. Then he made himself scarce and only ten days later (on the 5th of August) he gave himself up to the police. During his detention while awaiting trial, on the early morning of the 16th of September 1977, he hanged himself in his cell in 'Regina Coeli' prison, in Rome. He was ... See more »

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