|Born||27 July 1913|
|Died||13 March 1998 (aged 84)|
Claudio Gora, Emilio Giordana (27 July 1913 – 13 March 1998) was an Italian actor and film director.
He was particularly prolific, making some 155 appearances in film and television over nearly 60 years (from 1939 to 1997). In the 1950s he did dabble with directing and screenwriting and directed the film Three Strangers in Rome in 1958 which was incidentally the first leading role by Claudia Cardinale. Some of his notable roles includes Adua e le compagne, directed by Antonio Pietrangeli, Tutti a casa by Luigi Comencini, and Dino Risi's A Difficult Life and Il Sorpasso.