Vittorio Mezzogiorno

Vittorio Mezzogiorno

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Birthday: Dec 16, 1941

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Acclaimed and popular Italian actor Vittorio Mezzogiorno is best remembered for playing the Mafia-beleaguered police commissioner in chapters five and six of the long-running Italian miniseries The Octopus. Prior to appearing in this series, he had appeared in numerous Italian and European films and had established himself as a respectable theatrical star. Mezzogiorno learned his craft on the Neopolitan stage and periodically returned there through the 1980s. He loved the stage so much that, in 1984, he undertook a four-year hiatus from films and television to tour Europe in British director Peter Brooks' production of the East Indian epic Mahabhanrata. He would subsequently appear in the film version (he made his feature film debut in the mid-'70s). Mezzogiorno was able to bring disparate groups together and quickly gained a reputation for his versatility. His most acclaimed films include Tre Fratelli and Il Giaocattolo (both 1980).



No Score Yet La garce Actor 2014
No Score Yet Golem, l'esprit de l'exil (Golem: The Spirit of Exile) (Golem, the Ghost of Exile) Actor 1992
No Score Yet Scream of Stone Roccia 1991
No Score Yet Great Performances Arjuna 1990
No Score Yet The Conviction (La condanna) Lorenzo Colajanni 1990
No Score Yet Mussolini and I Alessandro Pavolini 1985
No Score Yet L'homme blessé Jean 1983
No Score Yet The Moon in the Gutter Newton Channing 1983
No Score Yet House of the Yellow Carpet Antonio 1983
No Score Yet Cafe Express Amitrano, altro borsaiolo 1981
No Score Yet Tre Fratelli (Three Brothers) Rocco Giuranna / Young Donato 1981
No Score Yet Car Crash Actor 1980
No Score Yet La Cecilia Actor 1976
No Score Yet Milano violenta (Bloody Payroll) Actor 1976


No Score Yet The Mahabharata
Arjuna 1990
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