Richard S. Castellano
Richard S. Castellano was an American actor.
Richard S. Castellano has sometimes been credited as Big Paul.
Richard S. Castellano was born on September 4th, in The Bronx, New York, United States. His zodiac sign was Virgo.
He died on Saturday, December 10th, 1988 at the age of fifty-five (55) in North Bergen, New Jersey, United States.
As an actor, Richard S. Castellano has been seen in movies such as The Godfather, released in 1972 portraying Peter Clemenza, Gangster Wars (1981) in which he plays Giuseppe "Joe the Boss" Masseria, Dear Mr. Wonderful (1982) in which he plays Agent, A Fine Madness (1966), Love with the Proper Stranger (1963).
Dear Mr. Wonderful
Directed by: P. Lilienthal, starring J. Pesci, K. Ludwig, F. Vincent, E. O'Ross...
Directed by: R. C. Sarafian, starring M. Nouri, B. Benben, J. Penny, R. S. Castellano...
Directed by: F. Ford Coppola, starring M. Brando, A. Pacino, J. Caan, R. Duvall...
A Fine Madness
Directed by: I. Kershner, starring S. Connery, J. Woodward, J. Seberg, P. O'Neal...
Love with the Proper Stranger
Directed by: R. Mulligan, starring N. Wood, S. McQueen, E. Adams, H. Bernardi...
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