Gianpaolo Rosmino (2 July 1888 – 20 July 1982) was an Italian actor and film director. Rosmino enjoyed a lengthy screen career. After making his debut in the silent era in 1913 he appeared in more than 80 films and television series up to 1965. He played a prominent role in the 1913 silent Love Everlasting, one of the two most famous Italian early silent films. He is sometimes credited as Gian Paolo Rosmino.
|Died||20 July 1982 94) (aged|
|Other names||Gian Paolo Rosmino|
|Years active||1913–65 (film)|
He played the title role in the 1935 film Don Bosco.
- Love Everlasting (1913)
- Don Bosco (1935)
- Aldebaran (1935)
- The Dance of Time (1936)
- Marcella (1937)
- Guest for One Night (1939)
- Rita of Cascia (1943)
- The Flame That Will Not Die (1949)
- The Young Caruso (1951)
- Frine, Courtesan of Orient (1953)
- Hercules (1958)
- Afrodite, dea dell'amore (1958)
- The Giant of Marathon (1959)
- Hercules Unchained (1959)
- Fury of Achilles (1962)
- The Revenge of Spartacus (1965)
- Moliterno (2008), p. 185.
- Moliterno, Gino. Historical Dictionary of Italian Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2008.