Person Details

Birthday: 1921-03-22 21:19:14

Death: 2004-06-04 21:19:14

Aliases: No known aliases

Gender: Male

Place of birth: Castro dei Volsci, Frosinone, Italy

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Movie Involvements: 37

TV Involvements: 0


Most Famous Work

Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Nino Manfredi (born Saturnino Manfredi, 22 March 1921 - 4 June 2004) was an Italian actor, one of the most prominent in the commedia all'italiana genre. Born at Castro dei Volsci, province of Frosinone, Lazio, he studied law before going into acting in the theatre company featuring also Vittorio Gassman and Tino Buazzelli, especially in dramatic roles. In 1949 he played for the Piccolo Teatro di Milano under Giorgio Strehler, in tragedies such as Romeo and Juliet and The Storm. In 1952-1952 he collaborated with Eduardo De Filippo, along with Paolo Panelli and Bice Valori. In 1962 he played the eponymous character in the musical Rugantino (see also Rugantino in the Italian Wikipedia). He made his film debut in 1957, and later branched out into directing. He even composed songs for the soundtrack of one of his films. He continued appearing in films and on television into old age. Description above from the Wikipedia article Nino Manfredi,licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Most Famous Work

The Adventures of Pinocchio
Average
8

The Adventures of Pinocchio

(1972) Geppetto
I Knew Her Well
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7

I Knew Her Well

(1965) Cianfanna
In the Name of the Pope King
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7

In the Name of the Pope King

(1977) Monsignor Colombo
In nome del popolo sovrano
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6

In nome del popolo sovrano

(1990) Ciceruacchio
Girolimoni, the Monster of Rome
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7

Girolimoni, the Monster of Rome

(1972) Gino Girolimoni
The End of a Mystery
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6

The End of a Mystery

(2003) Galápago
The Girl from Parma
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8

The Girl from Parma

(1963) Nino Meciotti
L'apetta Giulia e la signora Vita
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7

Acting

Year Character Movie/Tv
2021 N/A
2006 Cronista
2003 Padre Roberto
Pasquino
Galápago
Bobo
2002 Francesco Gammarota
Self
2000 Cardinale
Michele La Torre
1999 Antonio Di Carlo
1997 Nino Fogliani
Pietro Caramelli
1995 Salvatore
1991 N/A
1990 Ciceruacchio
Alberto's father
1987 il viandante cieco
Grandpa
Ponzio Pilato
1986 Marco Salviati, attore pubblicitario
Colonnello Vinci
1983 dottore / Alessandro "Sandro" Cipollini
1982 N/A
Beduino
1981 Sandro
Michele Abbagnano
1979 N/A
Vittorio
1978 Sasà Iovine
1977 Monsignor Colombo
1976 Antonio Pecoraro (episodio Il Cavalluccio Svedese)
Enzo Lucarelli / Paolo Gallizzi
Cardinale Caprettari
Self
Giacinto Mazzatella
1975 Marcello Ferrari
1974 Antonio
Giovanni 'Nino' Garofoli
1972 Geppetto
Paolo Antonazzi
Gino Girolimoni
Geppetto
1971 Nale
Carmelo Mazzullo, aka Nestore Di Cosimo
commissario Tartamella
Benedetto
1970 Beretta
Rosolino Paternò
1969 Cornacchia
Cacopardo / Angelo Perfili / Ercole / il voyeur / operaio dei telefoni / Maurizio / Nanni
1968 Oreste Sabatini
Marino Balestrini
Natale Tartufato aka Capellone
1967 Marco
The doctor
1966 Dudù
Franco
Millevache
1965 Cianfanna
Nanni Galassi (segment "Il vittimista")
Attilio Lamborecchia (segment "4 'Cittadini, stato e chiesa', episode 1")
Quirino Raganelli (I)
N/A
Giorgio (segment "La telefonata")
1964 Francesco
Stefano
Sandro Cioffi (segment "Cocaina di domenica") / Spadini (segment "Una donna d'affari")
1963 Nino Meciotti
José Luis Rodríguez, el enterrador
Quirino (segment "E vissero felici")
1962 Il soldato (segment "L'avventura di un soldato")
Nino Borsetti
Omero Battifiori
1961 Giacinto Rossi
Waiter
Franco Bartolomucci
1960 Quirino
Dottor Pasqui
voice
Nando Guida
1959 Ugo "Piede amaro" Nardi
1958 Toni
Mario
Flieger
Nino
Corporal Enea Serafini
Totò Improta
Otello Cucchiaroni
1957 Nando Martinoni
Ladro
1956 N/A
Raffaele
Paolo
1955 Mario Giorgi
Peppino
N/A
1953 N/A
N/A
1951 N/A
1949 N/A
Year Character Movie/Tv

Writing

Directing

Year Role Movie/Tv
1981 Director
1971 Director
1962 Director
Year Role Movie/Tv

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