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Born in Milan in 1933, Gian Maria Volontè studied in Rome at the National Dramatic Arts Academy, where he obtains his degree in 1957. He began working in teather and television, where he was soon noticed as one of the most promising actors of his generation. After several supporting appearances in film, he reached notoriety with the character of Ramón Rojo in Sergio Leones Za garsc dolarów (1964). This success was doubled in Leones next film, Za kilka dolarów wiecej (1965). The following ten years would be the most intense of Volontè career. Armia Brancaleone (1966) (directed by Mario Monicelli) was the most successful Italian movie of the year, Kazdemu swoje (1967) (directed by Elio Petri) won the Grand Prix du Scenario at the Cannes Film Festival, and Volontè won his first Nastro dArgento (Silver Ribbon - the most presitgious acting award in Italy) in 1970 for Sledztwo w sprawie obywatela poza wszelkim podejrzeniem (1970) (also directed by Petri), making him an international star. The film won the Academy Award for Best Foreign-Language Film, the Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival and two Italian Golden Globes, including one for his performance. In 1972, he starred in two Italian movies as the protagonist: Petris Klasa robotnicza idzie do raju (1971) and Francesco Rosis Sprawa Mattei (1972), both of which win the Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival, where he also wins a Special Mention. In his life, Volontè won a huge number of other prizes and honours, becoming one of the most celebrated Italian actors of the seventies, and challenging Vittorio Gassman and Marcello Mastroianni as the most popular Italian actor. He died in Greece in 1994.. Date of Birth, 9April 1933,Milan, Lombardy, Italy ,Date of Death, 6December 1994,Florina, Greece (heart attack) ,Height, 60½(1.84m) .
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