The most famous and renowned Italian Television host, actor and comedian Raimondo Vianello died today on 15th April, 2010. Not only the world of entertainment, but also politics, culture and sport at the highest levels reminiscent of the actor and anchorman who died in Milan at age 88.
Italian President Napolitano after hearing the death news of Raimondo Vianello, sent a message to Sandra Mondaini stating its proximity recalling the popular actor has given so much to stage, screen and TV Italians.
Actor Luca Barbareschi, PDL deputy, said in court the figure of the “Lord of television, “Raimondo Vianello, asking the House to Deputies to extend a greeting to the popular actor and television presenter. Applause from the benches of the Chamber has accompanied his words.
Gianfranco Fini, president of the Chamber on the death of Raimondo Vianello sent a message to his wife Sandra Mondaini that states “I learn with deep sadness of the death of your husband Raymond Vianello, protagonist of Italian comedy and one of the faces most loved by the public television.
His figure, an example of measured elegance and class, it leaves a great void in the world entertainment. Raimondo Vianello could express the end of irony life of our time with him for more than sixty the evolution of morality and of Italian society.
His humanity, sympathy and assured him of extraordinary elegance constant affection of his audience and all Italians. His passion for sport and, so particularly calcium, has made a valued and popular figure among the sports. We will miss his graceful voice, competence and professionalism.
At this time of great sorrow, I express to you, dear Sandra, my most sincere expression of condolences, together with that of the House of Members “.
Born: 5/7/1922, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Died: 4/15/2010, Milan, Lombardy, Italy
Raimondo Vianelli's westerns - actor:
The Magnificent Three - 1961 (Jose)
The Terrible Sheriff - 1962 (Jonathan)
Twins from Texas - 1964 (Jonathan Bullivan)
Heroes of the West - 1965 (Jonathan/Kid
For a Few Dollars Less - 1966 (Frank)
Rebels on the Loose - 1966 (Sergeant Fred/Ringo)