Cesare Gravina1858 — 1954 Age: 96 years old
From Wikipedia Cesare Gravina (23 January 1858 – 16 September 1954) was an Italian actor of the silent era. He appeared in 60 films between 1912 and 1929. He was born in Naples, Italy. Gravina was an orchestra conductor in his native Italy. As the conductor at La Scala, among the noted vocalists he worked with were Mary Garden and Enrico Caruso. At some point he left music to become a character actor, sharing his reasons for the career change with no one. As the owner of many theatres in South America, Gravina was financially secure enough to retire from motion pictures by 1924, but he preferred to remain in acting.
January 23, 1858, Naples, Italy
September 16, 1954
1912 Butalin fa i suoi comodi 1915 The White PearlSetsu 1915 Madame ButterflyThe Soothsayer 1916 Poor Little PeppinaVillato 1916 Less Than the DustJawan 1920 The PenaltyArt Teacher (uncredited) 1922 Foolish WivesCesare Ventucci 1923 Merry-Go-RoundSylvester Urban 1923 Circus Days 1925 The Phantom of the OperaManager (uncredited) 1925 GreedZwerkow a Junkman (uncredited) 1927 The Road to RomanceCastro 1928 The Man Who LaughsUrsus 1928 The Wedding MarchMartin Schrammell 1928 The Trail of '98Henry Kelland - Berna's GrandfatherLimited to the 15 most popular items