Bud Spencer

Born: 10/31/1929 in Naples, , IT


Actor (22)

Killing Is My Business, Honey 2009 (Movie)

Pepe (Actor)

Singing Behind Screens 2003 (Movie)

Old Captain (Actor)

To the Limit 1999 (Movie)

Elorza (Actor)

SuperFantaGenio 1985 (Movie)

Genie (Actor)

I Polizotti dell'ottava strada 1984 (Movie)

Wilber Walsh (Actor)

Bomber 1982 (Movie)

Bud Graziano (Actor)

Cane e gatto 1982 (Movie)

Sergeant Alan Parker (Actor)

Banana Joe 1980 (Movie)

Banana Joe (Actor)

Io sto con gli ippopotami 1978 (Movie)

Tom-- (Actor)

Charleston 1977 (Movie)

Charleston (Actor)

I Due Extraterrestri 1977 (Movie)

Sheriff (Actor)

Pari e Dispari 1977 (Movie)

Charlie (Actor)

Due superpiedi quasi piatti 1976 (Movie)

Wilber Walsh (Actor)

Anche gli angeli mangiano fagioli 1973 (Movie)

Charlie Smith (Actor)

Porgi l'Altra Guancia 1973 (Movie)

Padre Pedro (Actor)

Una Ragione Per Morire 1973 (Movie)

Eli Sampson (Actor)

... Piu forte ragazzi 1971 (Movie)

Salud (Actor)

Continuavano A Chiamarlo Trinita 1970 (Movie)

Bambino (Actor)

Lo Chiamarano Trinita 1970 (Movie)

Bambino (Actor)

Quattro Mosche di Velluto Grigio 1970 (Movie)

Roberto's Guard (Actor)

The Five Man Army 1970 (Movie)

Mesito (Actor)

Aces High 1969 (Movie)

Hutch Bessy (Actor)



Made his final screen acting appearance in "Ninja the Mission Force"


Appeared in "Troublemakers," his final film alongside Terrence Hall


Appeared in the widely-popular "They Call Me Trinity" opposite Terrence Hall


Appeared in his first film alongside Terrence Hall, "Hannibal"


Competed in his first Olympics as a competitive swimmer

Bonus Trivia


As a swimmer for the Italian national team, Spencer competed in the 1952 and 1956 Summer Olympics.


Spencer was best known for his decades-long collaboration with Terrence Hall. Together the two made over 20 films together, thus forming one of the most popular pairings in Italian cinema history.


Spencer chose his adopted American-sounding surname to pay homage to the iconic actor Spencer Tracy.