| Aldo Fabrizi|| Actor|
| 1 November 1905 (1905-11-01) Rome, Italy|
April 2, 1990, Rome, Italy
Beatrice Rocchi (m. ?–1981)
Amedeo Fabrizi, Massimo Fabrizi
La radio di Aldo Fabrizi (Via Asiago 10, Radio Rai), Scenette, Gags, Monologhi, Interviste, Stornelli E Canzoni
Rome - Open City, Cops and Robbers, Toto - Fabrizi e i giovani d, The Overtaxed, We All Loved Each Oth
Elena Fabrizi, Ave Ninchi, Anna Magnani, Peppino De Filippo, Toto
Aldo Fabrizi Wikipedia
Aldo Fabrizi ([ˈaldo faˈbrittsi]; 1 November 1905 – 2 April 1990 in Rome, Italy) was an Italian actor, director, screenwriter and comedian, probably best known for the role of the heroic priest in Roberto Rossellini's Rome, Open City and as partner of Totò in a number of successful comedies.
Born in Rome into a humble family, Fabrizi debuted on stage in a suburban theater in 1931. He soon got a local success thanks to his comical sketches and "macchiette" (i.e. comical monologues caricaturing stock characters), and became a star of the Roman revue and avanspettacolo. He made his film debut during the war, in 1942, and in a short time established himself as one of the most talented actors of the time, spacing from comedy to drama. After a number of successful comedies, in 1945 he played the iconic Don Pietro in the neo-realist drama Rome, Open City, and following the critical and commercial success of the film he had a number of leading roles in other neo-realist films. Already active as a screenwriter, in 1948 he debuted as a director with the drama Immigrants. In the 1950s and 1960s he was often paired on the screen with Totò and with Peppino De Filippo. In 1964 he got a large success on stage with the musical comedy Rugantino, he also toured across Europe, in Latin America and in Broadway.
Fabrizi was married to the singer Beatrice Rocchi, best known with her stage name Reginella, until her death in 1981. His sister Elena Fabrizi was also an actress.
Fabrizi during his career won two Nastro d'Argento Awards, for best actor for Alessandro Blasetti's Prima comunione and for best supporting actor in Ettore Scola's We All Loved Each Other So Much, and a special David di Donatello for his career in 1988. He was also awarded at the 1952 Cannes Film Festival for best screenplay for Cops and Robbers. In 1990 Poste italiane issued a stamp in his honor.Emigrantes (script too) (1948)
Benvenuto, reverendo! (producer and script too) (1949)
La famiglia Passaguai (producer and script too) (1951)
La famiglia Passaguai fa fortuna (producer and script too) (1951)
Papà diventa mamma (producer and script too) (1952)
Una di quelle (producer and script too) (1953)
Questa è la vita (episode Marsina stretta, script too) (1954)
Hanno rubato un tram (script too) (1954)
Il maestro (script too) (1957)