Adriano Rimoldi (1912–1965) was an Italian film actor.
Born in La Spezia, Rimoldi started acting on stage while being a student of medicine at the University of Florence. After playing minor film roles, he had his breakout in 1940 as the male lead in the melodrama Goodbye Youth, alongside Maria Denis and Clara Calamai, two of the leading actresses of the Fascist era. After starring in Vittorio De Sica's The Children Are Watching Us he moved to Spain, returning in Italy in 1949. After his return, he failed to regain his status as a film leading actor, being mainly requested in character roles; he then focused on theatre, where he worked with Garinei & Giovannini, Curzio Malaparte and Dino Verde, and on television. He appeared alongside the world-famous comedy duo Laurel and Hardy in their final film Atoll K.
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