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Occupation  Actor
Years active  1950-2005

Name  Gianni Bonagura
Role  Film actor

Born  27 October 1925 (age 90) (1925-10-27) Milan, Italy
Movies  Distinguishing features: beautiful, In Prison Awaiting Trial, Padre Pio: Miracle Man, The Wedding March, Audace colpo dei soliti ignoti
Similar People  Simona Mariani, Giuseppe Moccia, Franco Castellano, Tiberio Murgia, Gianni Puccini

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Gianni Bonagura (born 27 October 1925) is an Italian film, stage, television and radio actor and a voice actor. He appeared in 40 films between 1950 and 2001.

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Life and career

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Born in Milan as Gianfelice Bonagura, he arrived at the threshold of a degree in philosophy, then 1946 he abandoned his studies to attend the Accademia d'Arte Drammatica. Essentially a stage actor, Bonagura became popular in the second half of fifties as a radio actor, protagonist of vignettes together with Nino Manfredi and Paolo Ferrari. In cinema and television, he was only used as a character actor, with the exception of the role of Dr. Watson in the 1968 RAI television series Sherlock Holmes.

Selected filmography


  • Against the Law (1950)
  • Fugitive in Trieste (1951)
  • Susanna Whipped Cream (1957)
  • The Employee (1959)
  • Audace colpo dei soliti ignoti (1960)
  • Behind Closed Doors (1961)
  • Damon and Pythias (1962)
  • Le pillole di Ercole (1962)
  • I cuori infranti (1963)
  • Sherlock Holmes (1968)
  • In Prison Awaiting Trial (1971)
  • My Darling Slave (1973)
  • The Great Kidnapping (1973)
  • Sex Pot (1975)
  • Segni particolari: bellissimo (1983)
  • I Am an ESP (1985)
  • Grandi magazzini (1986)
  • In the Name of the Sovereign People (1990)
  • Tre colonne in cronaca (1990)
  • Ferdinando and Carolina (1999)
  • Padre Pio: Miracle Man (2000)
  • References

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