Johnnie Catania

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Johnnie Catania

Johnnie Catania (22 June 1925 - 10 November 1991) was a Maltese comic actor.

He sang comical songs in public from childhood and also played football with Msida FC. During WWII he was employed as an Armaments Fitter with the local drydocks. There Johnnie took part in variety shows during their breaktime and. That was his stage baptism with Stage Commandos. By time, his duo with Charles Clews became very popular; the local Laurel and Hardy. Johnnie was also part of Radju Muskettieri. He wrote the lyrics for the local Carnival anthem.

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