Gianfranco d’Angelo died: he was the first conductor of Striscia

Gianfranco d’Angelo died: he was the first conductor of Striscia

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Gianfranco d’Angelo died: he was the first conductor of Striscia

The Italian actor Gianfranco D’Angelo passed away at the age of 84. Many commitments in the entertainment world, which have made him one of the most famous faces of television between the 60s and the 80s: among the many important experiences, in addition to “Drive In”, he was also the conductor of the first historic edition of Striscia La Notizia.

In the night between 14 and 15 August the actor passed away Gianfranco D’Angelo, which he would have accomplished 85 years old next 19 August. The actor, born in Rome in 1936, was hospitalized at the Gemelli Polyclinic in Rome. Gianfranco D’Angelo had been one of the best known faces in the world of television at the turn of the 60s and 80s, where he had taken part in various programs and shows on the small screen.