We Remember Him As A Child, But In The Meantime Terence Hill’S Little Boy Has Become A Serious Man

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Recent photos demonstrate whether he still resembles his father as an adult. Terence Hill rarely uploads family images since he has long separated his cinematic job from his home life. We understand that you don’t want to be in the spotlight all of the time. We can only view a few images of his wife, but you can enjoy her on this page. Terence Hill has been blissfully married to her for 56 years. In the photos, they look fantastic together.
Terence Hill’s son, Jess, was born in 1969, so the little boy has now become a grown man, he is already over fifty. In his childhood photos, he couldn’t deny his film actor father: the same eyes, the same hair.

But now, after so many years, how much does the younger Hill resemble his father, how much has the younger Hill changed over the years? Well, the pictures show that even though he’s gotten older, the resemblance has remained the same, maybe even stronger.

Terence Hill was 3 years old when his home was bombed – He still gets teary-eyed when he talks about it

In Terence Hill, German precision is mixed with Italian love of life in the strictest sense of the word, since the actor was born to a German mother and Italian father under the name Mario Girotti on March 29, 1939 in Venice. When he was two and a half years old, he moved to Germany with his maternal grandparents, near Dresden, just in time to live through the bombing of the city.

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While the Allied incendiary bombs fell on Dresden in their neighborhood, little Mario’s father read to his son from the writings of Saint Francis of Assisi in the chemical factory where he worked. Both were defining experiences for the little boy. Miraculously, the family survived the destruction of Dresden because the bombs fell only on the civilian population and not on the chemical plant. The Girottis then moved back to Italy.

Mario was 12 years old when an advertisement appeared in one of the Roman daily papers that the famous director Dino Risi was looking for young boys for his new film. The blonde, blue-eyed boy with a kind smile was finally chosen and thus Vacation with the Gangster became the first film of little Mario Girotti.

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