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Enrico Vaime (born 19 January 1936) is an Italian author, playwright, screenwriter, television and radio writer and presenter.
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Born in Perugia, after graduating in law in 1960 Vaime was employed by RAI, but he resigned almost immediately in order to have a wider artistic freedom. In 1963 he debuted as a playwright with the comedy I piedi al caldo, which was banned by Italian censorship shorty later its first representation at the Festival of Two Worlds in Spoleto. In 1971 he started a proficuous collaboration with the writer Italo Terzoli; their debut novel, Amore significa, was a bestseller and got over thirty editions. From 1977, the couple also wrote a series of musicals and comedy plays for Garinei & Giovannini. Vaime is also author of several essays, notably Il varietà è morto (1989). He is the author and presenter, since 1978, of the variety show Black Out, one of the longest running radio programs in Italy.