Family & Companions
A former journalist turned handsome, muscle-bound lead of international films, Vallone came to prominence co-starring in Giuseppe De Santis' eroticized neorealist landmark, "Riso Amaro/Bitter Rice" (1949). He subsequently appeared opposite Sophia Loren in "Two Women" (1960), won praise for his performance in Sidney Lumet's "A View From the Bridge" (1962). He has played a number of priest roles, notably in Otto Preminger's "The Cardinal" (1963), Henry Hathaway's "Nevada Smith" (1966) and Francis Ford Coppola's "The Godfather, Part III" (1990).
Cast (Feature Film)
Misc. Crew (Feature Film)
Cast (TV Mini-Series)
Gave up his sporting activities as result of unlucky competition in Vienna
Wrote for a newspaper in Turin, while also reviewing film and theater for the Italian journal, "La Stampa"
Film debut, "Bitter Rice"
English-speaking debut, "El Cid"