Alfredo Cerruti died, he founded the Squallor – Ultima Ora


(ANSA) – ROME, OCTOBER 18 – Alfredo Cerruti, record producer, actor, TV author, died, but above all he was the founder and voice of Squallor, the group founded in 1971 together with Bigazzi, Pace and Savio. He was born in Naples on June 28, 1942. Very well known in the entertainment industry, especially in the 70s and 80s, he had also had a relationship with Mina in the mid-70s. He was, especially with Renzo Arbore, also an appreciated, ironic television author: he had collaborated among other things on the texts of Back All! and had been the voice of Professor Pisapia and one of the two voices of the sketch Volante 1 a Volante 2 (the other Arnaldo Santoro) He signed together with others the 1998-1999 and 1999-2000 editions of Sunday in. To give the news this morning on Facebook his friend Natalino Candido on the fan club page dedicated to the artist. (HANDLE).



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