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Joe Dallesandro


Joe Dallesandro's still hangin' . . . after battles with drug addiction and alcohol, brushes with the law, three broken marriages and numerous love affairs, plus the suicide of his only sibling Bob. One of the most beautifully photographed wild guys to come out of the Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey "Factory" era, the slight and slightly ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Limey
The Limey Uncle John
(1999)
Blood for Dracula
Blood for Dracula Mario Balato, the Servant
(1974)
Flesh for Frankenstein
Flesh for Frankenstein Nicholas, the stableboy
(1973)
Trash
Trash Joe Smith
(1970)

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 2018 Citizens (post-production)
Joe
 1999 The Limey
Uncle John (as Joe Dallessandro)
 1998 L.A. Without a Map
Michael
 1995 Theodore Rex
Rogan
 1993 Sugar Hill
Tony Adamo
 1992 Guncrazy
Rooney
 1992 Love Is Like That
Boss
 1990 Almost an Angel
Bank Hood Leader
 1990 Cry-Baby
Milton's Father
 1988 Private War
Vince Rayner
 1988 Double Revenge
Joe Halsey
 1988 Sunset
Dutch Kieffer
 1987 Critical Condition
Stucky
 1986 Joey
Marty (as Joe D'Alesandro)
 1982 Queen Lear
Joseph Kunz, the father
 1981 Merry-Go-Round
Ben
 1980 Parano
Le psychiatre
 1980 Madness
Joe Brezzi
 1979 Tapage nocturne
Jim
 1979 Suor Omicidi
Dr. Patrick Roland
 1978 6000 km di paura
Joe Massi
 1976 Born Winner
Perikles
 1976 La marge
Sigimond Pons
 1976 Je t'aime moi non plus
Krassky
 1975 Season for Assassins
Pierro Giaranaldi
 1975 Fango bollente
Ovidio Mainardi
 1975 The Climber
Aldo, the Climber
 1974 One Woman's Lover
Walter
 1974 Garden of Death
Carl, the Gardener
 1974 Blood for Dracula
Mario Balato, the Servant
 1973 Flesh for Frankenstein
Nicholas, the stableboy
 1972 Heat
Joey Davis
 1970 Trash
Joe Smith
 1968 San Diego Surf
Joe
 1968 Lonesome Cowboys
Little Joe
 1968 Flesh
Joe - the Hustler
 1968 The Loves of Ondine
College Wrestler
 1967 ****
College Wrestler
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Album cover: A still photo of him in Andy Warhol's Flesh (1968) appears on the cover of The Smiths' debut album, "The Smiths". See more »

Publicity Listings:

1 Print Biography | 2 Interviews | 2 Articles | 2 Pictorials | 1 Magazine Cover Photo | See more »

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Alternate Names:

Joe Catano | Joe D'Alesandro | Joe Dallessandro

Height:

5' 6" (1.68 m)
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Personal Quote:

My introduction to the gay world did two things. One, it saved me from life in prison for murder, which is probably where I would have wound up. How? Because the gay world showed me that you didn't have to beat up every man you saw or hurt people to make a point. It gave me a whole other attitude, a calmer attitude. Two, it taught me never to be homophobic, even before there was such a term. I ... See more »

Trivia:

Lou Reed saw the movie Flesh (1968) and that's where he got the idea for the third verse of the song "Walk on the Wild Side", which is about "Little Joe". Paul Morrissey told Lou to watch the movie and write about the characters in the film. The song is the end result. See more »

Nickname:

Little Joe

Star Sign:

Capricorn

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