|Died||31 July 1957 65) (aged|
|Other names||Guy Trent|
|Years active||1913–1932 (film)|
Trento appeared in over seventy films during his career, mainly in Italy during the silent era. In 1922 he appeared in Fox's Italian-shot historical epic Nero (1922). He followed it up with later roles for Fox such as Street Angel (1928). He emigrated to the United States, where he settled and died in 1957. His career largely tapered out following the arrival of sound.
His final screen appearance was in RKO Radio Pictures's B movie Secrets of the French Police (1932). Following America's entry into World War II, he was interned in Fort Missoula Internment Camp but released in 1943.
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