|Died||31 December 2013 (aged 76)|
|Height||1.60 m (5 ft 3 in)|
Antonio Allocca (24 June 1937 – 31 December 2013) was an Italian character actor.
Born in Portici, Naples, Allocca debuted on stage in 1956, then in 1958 he worked with Eduardo De Filippo at the Piccolo Teatro in Milan in the comedy play Pulcinella in cerca della sua fortuna per Napoli. In 1962 he made his television debut in Ditegli sempre di sì and Napoli Milionaria, both directed by De Filippo.
Very active both on stage and in films mainly in character roles, Allocca enjoyed a late success as in 1988, with the role of the professor of Italian in the three seasons of the Italia 1 television series I ragazzi della 3ª C.
Allocca died on 31 December 2013, aged 76, in Marcianise, Campania, Italy.