Giacomo Battaglia, Italian comedian, Died at 54

Giacomo Battaglia was born on January 27, 1965 and died on April 1, 2019.

He was an Italian comedy duo, Luigi Miseferi.

Having met coolly in Reggio Calabria on account of a gathering of companions, they started their creative association in the mid-1980s with a progression of fruitful radio communicates on neighborhood telecasters.

During 1990, they took an interest in the transmission of the systems RAI Stasera mi butto, held for youthful rising entertainers, where they are seen by Pier Francesco Pingitore, who kept in touch with them for the show “Troppa Trippa” to the Compagnia del Teatro Bagaglino.

They wound up lasting individuals from the theater, offering life to comic representations and impersonations including those of Sandro Ciotti [it] and Bruno Vespa.

Intense enthusiasts of Calcio Reggina, the football crew of Reggio Calabria, were regularly visitors of the RAI show Quelli che il calcio as visitors for the matches of the amaranth arrangement.

He was determined to have a genuine sickness yet kept on working, in January 2018.

On June 26, toward the finish of a show with Pippo Franco, he endured a stroke and hospitalized in Crotone, where he passed on a year later on 1 April 2019.

Giacomo Battaglia passed away at 54 years old.