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Franco Nero (Francesco Clemente Giuseppe Sparanero) was born on 23 November, 1941 in San Prospero Parmense, Emilia-Romagna, Italy, is an actor,producer,director. At 80 years old, Franco Nero height is 5 ft 11 in (181.0 cm).

Now We discover Franco Nero's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of net worth at the age of 81 years old?

Popular As Francesco Clemente Giuseppe Sparanero
Occupation actor,producer,director
Franco Nero Age 81 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 23 November 1941
Birthday 23 November
Birthplace San Prospero Parmense, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Nationality Italy

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Who Is Franco Nero's Wife?

His wife is Vanessa Redgrave (31 December 2006 - present) ( 1 child)

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Wife Vanessa Redgrave (31 December 2006 - present) ( 1 child)
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Franco Nero Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Franco Nero worth at the age of 81 years old? Franco Nero’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. He is from Italy. We have estimated Franco Nero's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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In the USA, he has been in successful mini-series, such as "The Pirate" (Warner Bros), "The Last Days of Pompeii" (CBS), "Young Catherine" (TNT), "Bella Mafia" (CBS), "The Painted Lady", "Saint Augustine", and movies such as "The Legend of Valentino", "21 Hours to Munich", "Force 10 from Navarone", "Enter the Ninja", "The Versace Murder", and Letters to Juliet (2010). He worked with the top European directors from Carlo Lizzani, Damiano Damiani, Luigi Zampa, Luis Buñuel, Elio Petri, Michael Cacoyannis, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Claude Chabrol, 'Vatroslav Mimica', Marco Bellocchio, etc. At the beginning of the 80s, he also began producing, writing and directing. Between films, he participates in various theatrical events. Apart from his cinematographic work, Nero also works for charitable organizations. Over the last 45 years, he has been a benefactor of the Don Bosco orphanage in Tivoli.


His appearance with wife-to-be Vanessa Redgrave in Uninvited (1999), marked the only time the couple were directed by their only son Carlo Gabriel Nero.


Father, with Vanessa Redgrave, of Carlo Gabriel Nero. Grandfather of Raphael (b. 1995) and Lilli (b. 2004).


He has received many awards and, in 1992 for his artistic merits, a knighthood of the Italian Republic was bestowed on him by the President of Italy.


Esperanza", opposite Bruce Willis, in Renny Harlin's Die Hard 2 (1990). He has also payed the roles of leading national heroes, such as "Garibaldi" (Italy), "Arpad" (Hungary), and "Banovic Strahinja" (Yugoslavia).


In December 1987, a 26-year-old Colombian woman named Mauricia Mena filed a paternity suit against Nero claiming the actor was the father of her three-week old son. Nero admitted being friends with Mena, a cook with the family where he was staying in Cartagena while filming Django 2 - Il grande ritorno (1987), but denied they had a sexual relationship.


The February 6, 1985, issue of Variety announced the film "Ombre sul ponte" (English title "Shadow on the Bridge") would begin filming in March 1985, with director Ruggero Deodato, starring Franco Nero, Patrick Wayne, Lisa Blount, and Eli Wallach. No evidence the film was ever made or released.


Later, director Bondarchuk cast Nero for the role of famous American reporter "John Reed" in two-part "Krasnye kolokola II" (1982). In the late 60s and during the 70s, Nero played many different roles, but most of them connected with political and criminal genre, which criticized the Italian justice system.


In the early 80s, Nero was chosen for the role of the white ninja, "Cole", in Enter the Ninja (1981) and in 1990 as terrorist "Gen.


He played with Catherine Deneuve in Luis Buñuel's Tristana (1970) and was directed by Sergey Bondarchuk in the war drama The Battle of Neretva (1969).


In 1967, Joshua Logan cast him in the film version of the musical Camelot (1967) (Warner Bros. ), opposite Vanessa Redgrave, for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe award. During filming of Camelot, he met actress Vanessa Redgrave, who become his long-time partner (they married decades later).


(1966) (aka La Bibbia).

But success came after he got the role of the lonely gunfighter, dragging a coffin, in one of the best spaghetti-westerns; Sergio Corbucci's Django (1966).

Nero then filmed a few other westerns of that style as Ferdinando Baldi's Texas, Adios (1966) and Lucio Fulci's The Brute and the Beast (1966).


Blue-eyed and well-built Italian actor in international cinema, Franco Nero, was a painting photographer when he was discovered as an actor by director John Huston. He has since appeared in more than 200 movies around the world, working with Europe's top directors, such as Luis Buñuel, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Claude Chabrol, Sergey Bondarchuk, Michael Cacoyannis, Elio Petri, Marco Bellocchio, Enzo G. Castellari, among many others. Nero was born in Parma (Northern Italy), in the family of a strict police sergeant. His inclination for acting had already become obvious in his teenage years, when he began organizing and participating in student plays. After a short stint at a leading theater school, he moved to Rome, where he joined a small group of friends for the purpose of making documentaries. Still unsure of his ultimate vocation, he worked various jobs on the crew. He studied economics and trade in Milan University, and appeared in popular Italian photo-novels. This gave him a chance to gain a little role in Carlo Lizzani's La Celestina P. . . R. . . (1965). A year later, the handsome face of Nero was noticed by Huston, who chose him for the role of "Abel" in The Bible: In the Beginning. . .