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Giorgio Conti (II)

Giorgio Conti is an actor, known for Mystery!: Gallowglass (1993), L'odore della notte (1998) and Caino e Caino (1993). See full bio »

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Mystery!: Gallowglass
Mystery!: Gallowglass Prince Piraneso
L'odore della notte
L'odore della notte Candidato cattolico
Caino e Caino
Caino e Caino Il notaio


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 2000 Distretto di polizia (TV Series)
- Turno di notte (2000)
 1999 Ultimo 2 - La sfida (TV Movie)
Colonel Preti
 1999 Anni '60 (TV Mini-Series)
- Episode #1.2 (1999)
 1998 L'odore della notte
Candidato cattolico
 1996 Cento di questi giorni (Short)
 1996 Escoriandoli
 1996 Infiltrato (TV Movie)
Proprietario giotelleria
 1995 Io e il re
 1993 Caino e Caino
Il notaio
 1993 Mystery!: Gallowglass (TV Mini-Series)
Prince Piraneso
- Episode #1.1 (1993) ... Prince Piraneso
 1992 Anni 90
Il professore ("L'aula - 2° parte")
 1992 Ma tu mi vuoi bene? (TV Movie)
 1991 Venere paura
 1991 Doris una diva del regime (TV Movie)
 1989 Quattro storie di donne (TV Mini-Series)
- Luisa (1989)
 1989 Il colpo (TV Movie)
 1988 Due fratelli (TV Mini-Series)
 1986 Le volpi della notte (TV Movie)
 1986 Troppo forte

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