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Left love behind many years ago. Now it rests under a cross in the cemetery in Tombstone.

Left love behind many years ago. Now it rests under a cross in the cemetery in Tombstone.

I could be a star and maybe make lots of money, or I could change roles all the time and have a more interesting - and longer - career. ---->>>

You're the one who likes cigars right? Try smoking this. ---->>>

Everyone has a first love, and mine was the western. When I was a child and dreamed of the movies, it was always as a cowboy on a white horse. ---->>>

I studied at the Piccolo Teatro di Milano; I was a theatre actor. ---->>>

I'm crazy about westerns. I need to do a western once in a while. It's like you know, eating bread, eating pasta, drinking wine. It's in my blood. I need it. ---->>>

It doesn't matter. What matters is that you're about to die. ---->>>

Every western I did and will do; I will do it for the never ending young kid inside of me. ---->>>

Someone who was a part of my life. Probably the only one that really mattered. ---->>>

If you're a big Hollywood star, you make one movie a year at the most. I can make five in Europe. ---->>>

There were many, many other 'Django' films following mine, with other actors and directors, but there is only one 'Django.' ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Italian
Born: 11-23, 1941
Birthplace: San Prospero Parmense, Parma, Italy
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Occupation: Actor
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Francesco Clemente Giuseppe Sparanero (born 23 November 1941), better known by his stage name Franco Nero, is an Italian actor. He is best known for his breakthrough role as the title character in Sergio Corbucci's Spaghetti Western film Django (1966), a role that he reprised in Nello Rossati's Django Strikes Again (1987) (wikipedia)