Antonio Sabato

Born: 2 April 1943, Motelepre, Italy

Antonio Sabato's first screen role was as racing car diver Nino Barlini in John Frankenheimer's Grand Prix (1966).

After his Hollywood debut, he appeared almost predominately in European productions - mostly Spaghetti Westerns, Giallos and Euro-crime thrillers.

But, he also has an uncredited role in Roger Vadim kitsch sci-fi adventure Barbarella.

His son, Antonio Sabato Jr, is also now an established actor - in Hollywood. They both have appeared together in two movies - the action thriller 'High Voltage' and the comedy 'Wasabi Tuna'.

Spaghetti credentials:
Hate for Hate (1967)
Beyond the Law (1968)
I Came, I Saw, I Shot (1968)
Twice a Judas (1968)
Miss Dynamite (1972)
Thunder Over El Paso (1972)