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Aldo Fabrizi

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Biography

Rome, Lazio, Italy
Beloved, hugely popular Italian comic character actor/writer/director, in music halls and variety shows for much of his early career. Fabrizi entered films in 1942 and often wrote and directed his vehicles, winning international acclaim in the Roberto Rossellini's neorealist drama Roma città aperta (1945), in which he played a priest who bravely defies the fascist regime. Heavy in heart and girth, he performed primarily in Neopolitan films for over four decades. Read more...

Actor

Character: Don Pietro Pellegrini

Rome, Open City 1945

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Character: Giuseppe D'Amore

Totò, Fabrizi e i giovani d'oggi 1960

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Character: Romolo Catenacci

C'eravamo tanto amati 1974

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Character: Generale Galba

Nerone 1977

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Character: Himself

Il falso bugiardo 2008

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Character: Lorenzo Bottoni

Guardie e ladri 1951

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Character: Tigna

To Live in Peace 1947

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Character: Padre di Donatella

Donatella 1956

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Character: Giovanni Merino

The Teacher and the Miracle 1957

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Character: Himself

Omnibus 1952

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Character: Piras, Gaviro's Father

Made in Italy 1965

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Character: Giovanni Episcopo

Flesh Will Surrender 1947

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Character: Andrea Rascelli

Tombolo 1947

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Character: Andrea De Angelis

Parigi è sempre Parigi 1951

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Character: Himself

Rome, ville ouverte 0

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Directing

Character: Giovanni Merino

The Teacher and the Miracle 1957

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Writing

Character: Lorenzo Bottoni

Guardie e ladri 1951

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Character: Tigna

To Live in Peace 1947

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Character: Giovanni Merino

The Teacher and the Miracle 1957

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Character: Giovanni Episcopo

Flesh Will Surrender 1947

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