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Guglielmo Inglese

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Name  Guglielmo Inglese

Role  Actor
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Born  24 November 1892 (1892-11-24) Naples
Died  January 1, 1962, Milan, Italy
Movies  It's Him! Yes! Yes!, Ladro lui - ladra lei, The Bigamist, E Napoli canta, Non e vero ma ci credo
Similar People  Vittorio Metz, Marcello Marchesi, Mario Mattoli, Sergio Grieco, Camillo Mastrocinque

Guglielmo Inglese (24 November 1892 – 1 January 1962) was an Italian actor, voice actor, radio personality and playwright.


Guglielmo Inglese Guglielmo Inglese Wikipedia

Life and career

Born in Naples into a family of Apulian origins, Inglese debuted on stage as a child actor at 2 years old, and then he was part of some of the most important stage companies of the time, including the one led by Raffaele Viviani in 1920. He abandoned the theater to devote himself to radio, with which he got a large popularity thanks to his comic monologues caricaturing typical Southern stock characters, notably the "peasant from Apulia". He made his cinema debut when he already was mature aged, in 1948, mostly cast in character roles in which he reprised his radio repertoire. He was often a sidekick of Totò, both in cinema and on stage. He was also author of several riviste.

Selected filmography

  • Totò Tarzan (1950)
  • Arrivano i nostri (1951)
  • Auguri e figli maschi! (1951)
  • My Heart Sings (1951)
  • Era lui... sì! sì! (1951)
  • Free Escape (1951)
  • Non è vero... ma ci credo (1952)
  • Beauties on Motor Scooters (1952)
  • Abracadabra (1952)
  • Toto in Color (1952)
  • Easy Years (1953)
  • Naples Sings (1953)
  • Finalmente libero! (1954)
  • The Bigamist (1956)
  • Dreams in a Drawer (1957)
  • Ladro lui, ladra lei (1958)
  • Three Strangers in Rome (1958)
  • Seksdagesløbet (1958)
  • References

    Guglielmo Inglese Wikipedia

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