Don Backy was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Backy worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Bandits in Milan" (1968) and "China Is Near" (1968) starring Glauco Mauri. Backy made film his next project, appearing in "Le Calde Notti del Decamerone" (1971), "Poppea, una Prostituta al Servizio dell'Impero" (1971) and "Un Doppio a Meta" (1972). He also appeared in the comedy "Bread and Tulips" (2001) with Licia Maglietta. More recently, Backy acted in the Giuseppe Cirillo foreign "Impotenti esistenziali" (2009).