Actor Osiride Pevarello dies at 96
Osiride Pevarello: cinema actor and stuntman so loved in Ostia has died
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He first appeared in the world of cinema in 1949, with the film Il mulino del Po by Alberto Lattuada
He left a piece of himself in the Italian cinema, and a piece of Ostia for many.
Osiride Pevarello who died at 96 years was an Italian actor and stuntman, today he’s remember by many anecdotes related to his personality.
A descendant of a famous family of circus performers, Osiride was part of a large family, as many as 19 children.
In 1970 he appeared in "They Call Me Trinity", directed by Enzo Barboni.
He worked as an acrobat and stuntman, but also as an actor: its small bit parts and is known for his pairings with Bud Spencer and Terence Hill but also the films of Tinto Brass, his friend since the beginning of his career. With him he turned the last film in 1998 "Monella".
In the book Ostia set naturale by Giulio Mancini the places of movie magic on the Roman coast and its artistic events are recounted.
His funeral will be held in the Church of Santa Monica in Ostia, Saturday, December 17, at 11.00.
Born: 7/26/1920, Montagnana, Veneto, Italy
Died: 12/15/2016, Rome, Lazio, Italy