The actor, comedian and stand-up comedian, the famous face of 80s TV, died during the night in Rome
Gianfranco D’Angelo died in the night in Rome at the age of 84. Actor, comedian, stand-up comedian and voice actor, D’Angelo became famous in the Eighties by participating in television programs that later became cult as Drive In. “With Gianfranco D’Angelo the world of entertainment loses a great talent, a comedian who has made simplicity and its distinctive trait is immediacy. I hug my family on this sad day “, comments the Minister of Culture, Dario Franceschini in a note.