Enzo G. Castellari, born on July 29, 1938, in Rome, is an Italian citizen and a person working in the movie industry. He is known for his occupations as a screenwriter, film director, film producer, and actor. Castellari studied at the Sapienza University of Rome and works in various genres, including Spaghetti Western and films about the 208th Infantry Division (Wehrmacht).
Castellari has directed many films such as 'Tuareg: Desert Warrior', 'Keoma', 'Blackie the Pirate', 'Kill Them All and Come Back Alone', and 'Street Law'. Some other notable movies he directed include 'The Inglorious Bastards', 'The New Barbarians', 'Any Gun Can Play', 'High Crime', and '1990: The Bronx Warriors'. Castellari also directed 'Escape from the Bronx', 'Eagles Over London', 'One Dollar Too Many', and 'The Heroin Busters'.
Enzo G. Castellari comes from a filmmaking family, as he is the son of Marino Girolami. He has made significant contributions to the cinematography, film producer, film industry, and filmmaking fields.