The actor Nino Fuscagni has died
Corriere dell’ Umbria
Serafino "Nino" Fuscagni, died yesterday (Thursday, July 19), in Rome. The well-known actor and television host, younger brother of Charles, Rai's senior manager and director of Raiuno.
Known with pseudonyms "Juri McFee" and "Ray Scott" was born in Città di Castello on February 12, 1937. His greatest popularity came from TV, from numerous dramas and television miniseries. He made his debut in the cinema in the 1960s: he mainly played b-movies (peplum, musicarelli, spaghetti westerns, comedians, policemen, etc.).
Profound condolences and closeness to the family were expressed by the mayor Luciano Bacchetta: "The disappearance of Nino Fuscagni saddens us all, a real gentleman of the small and big screen that during his long and successful career has always held steady, with pride , the roots and the sense of belonging to his Città di Castello and to the many friends and acquaintances who knew him and appreciated him for his human qualities ".
The funeral will take place right in Città di Castello.
FUSCAGNI, Nino (Serafino Fuscagni)
Born: 2/12/1937, Città di Castello, Umbria, Italy
Died: 7/19/2018, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Nino Fuscagni’s westerns – actor:
Two Mafiamen in the Far West – 1964
Two Sergeants of General Custer - 1965
Thompson 1880 - 1966
Three Graves for a Winchester - 1966 (saloon owner)
Who Killed Johnny Ringo – 1966 (Ray Scott) [as Ray Scott]
Black Jack – 1968 (Peter)
A Colt in the Hand of the Devil – 1973 (Phil Scott)