Romanian actor Roberto Brunetti, better known as Ir Batata, was found dead at his home in Rome. Last night, around 10:30 p.m., the San Lorenzo police in Rome found the 55-year-old dead, lying on his back on his bed, in his home on Arduino Street.
The police did not notice any signs of physical violence or a break-in in the house. To alert law enforcement and firefighters was the active partner. Investigations are underway by payroll agents. In the past, the actor has acted in the straight-to-comedy Leonardo Perraccione and Neri Parenti, but also in films such as Romanzo Criminale.
During a police search in Roberto Brunetti’s apartment, traces of hashish and cocaine were found. To clarify whether the death was related to drug use, an autopsy will be carried out by order of the Public Prosecutor’s Office in Rome. To clarify whether the death was related to drug use, an autopsy will be carried out by order of the Public Prosecutor’s Office in Rome. Known in Rome and abroad, Brunetti has been popular for comedy in the 1990s since debuting in 1997 with Leonardo Berraccio’s Fuori dell’Artificio. Among his various films “The Paparazzi”, “Thriller Comedies”, “The Return of the Trash”. He also had a role in TV series such as “District of Police” and “Un Ciclone in famiglia”.
But in 2005 with a dramatic role in Michele Placido’s Romanzo Criminale, in which he played Aldo Buffoni, the most important film of his career arrived, which has held for almost 10 years. For 16 years tied For actress Monica Scatini, Brunetti also opened a bankrupt fish store. In 2019, he made a plea to return to work on the set: “I live on citizenship income, help me,” he revealed. Drug addiction has entered the recent past. In 2017, he was arrested for drug possession.
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