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Giovanni Frezza (I)

Giovanni Frezza was a cute blue-eyed and blonde-haired child actor who popped up in a handful of enjoyably gruesome Italian horror pictures made in the early to mid-1980's. Giovanni was born on September 8, 1972 in Potenza, Italy. He made his film debut in A Leap in the Dark (1980). Best known for his substantial starring role as the imperiled Bob... See full bio »
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Known For

The House by the Cemetery
(1981)
Manhattan Baby
Manhattan Baby Tommy Hacker
(1982)
Warriors of the Wasteland
Warriors of the Wasteland Young Mechanic
(1983)
Mani di fata
Mani di fata Mariolino Ferrini
(1983)

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 1985 Demons
Kirk (uncredited)
 1983 Mani di fata
Mariolino Ferrini
 1983 A Blade in the Dark
Little Blond Boy in Film (uncredited)
 1983 Warriors of the Wasteland
Young Mechanic
 1982 Manhattan Baby
Tommy Hacker
 1981 The House by the Cemetery
Bob Boyle
 1980 A Leap in the Dark
Ponticelli Child
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 2011 Children of the Night (Video documentary short)
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Graduated with a degree in Physics from Sapienza University of Rome in 1998. See more »

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Virgo

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