Luciano Rossi was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Rossi started off his career in film with roles in "Django DeB*stardo" (1969), the Terence Hill comedy "Lo Chiamarano Trinita" (1971) and the Anthony Quinn western "Deaf Smith and Johnny Ears" (1973). Rossi began to focus on film after appearing in the action picture "Napoli violenta" (1976) with John Saxon, "Due superpiedi quasi piatti" (1977) with Terence Hill and "Orinoco-prigioniere del sesso" (1980). Later in his career, Rossi acted in the dramedy "Lunga Vita alla Signora!" (1987) with Marco Esposito.