Saturday, February 16, 2013

RIP Enio Girolami



Italian actor Enio Girolami has died

The son and brother of the Girolami film family was seen in many films and TV

February 16, 2010

Enio Girolami died today February 16, 2013 in Rome, Italy after a brief illness. He was 78. The actor was the son of director Marino Girolami and brother of Enzo G. Castellari. Enio, who was born in Rome on January 14, 1935 appeared in over 80 films between the years 1950-1970, some of which have left their mark in the history of cinema. Among his more than 85 films were 10 Euro-westerns. Girolami was sometimes billed as Thomas Moore. Girolami was one of a number of family members in the film industry including his father Marino Girolami [1914-1994], brother Enzo Castellari (Girolami) [1938- ], nephew of director Romolo Girolami [1931- ], cousin of stuntman Massimo Vanni [1946- ], director Renzo Girolami [1939- ] uncle of actress Stefania Girolami Goodwin [1963- ] and director Andrea Girolami.


GIROLAMI, Enio (aka Thomas Moore)
Born: 1/14/1935, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Died: 2/16/2013, Rome, Lazio, Italy

Enio Girolami’s westerns – actor:
Black Eagle of Santa Fe - 1964 (Tom Howard/Slim James) [as Thomas Moore]
Bullets and the Flesh - 1964 (Sam Masters) [as Thomas Moore]
A Few Dollars for Django - 1966 (Sam Lister) [as Thomas Moore]
The Hellbenders - 1966 (Lieutenant Sublette)
Payment in Blood – 1967 (Chamaco Gonzales) [as Thomas Moore]
Two R-R-Ringos from Texas – 1967 (Bruce)
Between God, the Devil and a Winchester - 1968 (Marco Serraldo)
The Wild and the Dirty - 1968 (Ross)
Reverend Colt – 1970 (Mestizo) [as Thomas Moore]
Jonathan of the Bears - 1994 (blond mercenary)

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