Born in 1948, Remo Girone has been working as an actor since the early 1970s. After university studies in economics and business, he made his debut in 1973 in Miklos Jancso's Roma Rivuole Cesare. His breakthrough came two years later with Marco Bellochio's Il Gabbiano (1975). Girone subsequently took on roles in Pasquale Squitieri's Corleone (1978), Beppo Cino's Diceria Dell'Untore (1989), Ettore Scuola's Il Viaggio Di Capitan Fracassa(1990), and Véra Belmont's Marquise (1997), in which the lead role was played by Sophie Marceau. Girone became well-known outside Italy when he appeared in the third through seventh seasons of Alone Against the Mafia. He was also seen in Lamberto Bava's mini-series Fantaghiro 5. On stage, the actor took on roles in plays such as Romeo and Juliet, Mirra, Orestes, Uncle Vanya, and Death of a Salesman. Girone most recently appeared as Detective Giovanni Volterro in the TV-movie Morte Di Una Ragazza Per Bene.
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