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Aldo Fabrizi

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Birthplace:   Rome, Italy
Popular Italian, music hall comedian Aldo Fabrizi made his first film appearance in 1942. He was elevated to international fame three years later for his decided noncomic performance as a defiant anti-fascist priest in Rossellini's Open City. Thereafter, he alternated between dramatic roles and comedy characterizations with a wistful touch. From the mid-'70s onward, he cut back his screen appearances to write a series of best-selling cookbooks. American religious youth groups are most familiar with Aldo Fabrizi's sensitive performance in the 1961 church basement perennial Teacher and the Miracle, one of several films which Fabrizi also directed.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet La voce del silenzio (Voice of Silence)
  • Actor
2013
No Score Yet We All Loved Each Other So Much
  • Catenacci
1974
No Score Yet La Tosca
  • Actor
1973
No Score Yet Le meraviglie di Aladino (The Wonders of Aladdin)
  • Sultan
1961
No Score Yet Totò, Fabrizi e i Giovani d'oggi
  • Giuseppe d'Amore
1960
No Score Yet The Angel Wore Red
  • Canon Rota
1960
No Score Yet I Tartassati
  • Actor
1959
No Score Yet Times Gone By (Altri Tempi)
  • Vendor (Old Book Stand)
1952
No Score Yet Guardie e ladri (Cops and Robbers)
  • Brigadiere Bottoni
  • Screenwriter
1951
No Score Yet Paris is Always Paris (Parigi è sempre Parigi)
  • Actor
1951
100% The Flowers of St Francis (Francesco, giullare di Dio) (Francis, God's Jester)
  • Nicolaio
1950
No Score Yet Prima comunione (Father's Dilemma)
  • Mr. Carloni
1950
No Score Yet Vita da cani (A Dog's Life)
  • Nino Martoni
  • Screenwriter
1950
No Score Yet Vivere in Pace (To Live in Peace)
  • Screenwriter
  • Tigna
1947
100% Open City
  • Don Pietro Pellegrini
1946

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