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2 Pictorials |
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Frank Black | Frank Nero
5' 11" (1.8 m)
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[on the cultural impact of Django
(1966)] I had no idea it would turn out to be so special. It wasn't just a success; it was a phenomenon. Everywhere I go people shout "Django" at me. Even today, as I am working in Brazil, kids call me Django. In Japan, they won't even put my name on movie posters, they put "Django". In Germany, they call all my movies "Django"; I did a great movie about the ...
In December 1987, a 26-year-old Colombian woman named Mauricia Mena filed a paternity suit against Nero claiming the actor was the father of her three-week old son. Nero admitted being friends with Mena, a cook with the family where he was staying in Cartagena while filming Django Strikes Again
(1987), but denied they had a sexual relationship.