Al Mancini

Actor, Film actor

1932 – 2007


Who was Al Mancini?

Alfred Benito "Al" Mancini was an American stage, television and film actor, born in Steubenville, Ohio.

In 1960, he appeared in Ted Flicker's improvisational group The Premise Off-Broadway, and transferred with the show to the Comedy Theatre in London's West End. From there, he graduated to writing and performing for the British satire show That Was the Week That Was on BBC television, for producer Ned Sherrin and David Frost. Staying in London for several years, his foremost film role was as "Tassos Bravos" in Robert Aldrich's The Dirty Dozen.

In 1967 he appeared as the Announcer in the Prisoner episode 'The General'.

In 1974, on British television, he played Captain Harry Nugent in the second series of BBC's WWII POW drama "Colditz".

He returned to the United States in the mid-1970s, appearing in several TV series and films including Falling Down, Miller's Crossing, Loose Cannons, Turk 182!, and All in the Family. His last role, in 2005, was on an episode of Joan of Arcadia. He taught acting for over 30 years at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, and wrote for television.


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Nov 13, 1932
Also known as
  • Alfred Benito Mancini
  • Alfred Benito "Al" Mancini
  • United States of America
Lived in
  • Ohio
Nov 12, 2007

on July 23, 2013