Siddhesh Joshi (Editor)

Ugo Tognazzi

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
Years active  1950 - 1990
Siblings  Ines Tognazzi
Role  Film actor
Name  Ugo Tognazzi
Political party  Radical Party

Ugo Tognazzi Ugo Tognazzi 24 anni fa Giornalettismo
Full Name  Ottavio Ugo Tognazzi
Born  23 March 1922 (1922-03-23) Cremona, Lombardy, Italy
Occupation  actor, director, screenwriter
Died  October 27, 1990, Rome, Italy
Spouse  Franca Bettoia (m. 1972–1990)
Children  Gianmarco Tognazzi, Ricky Tognazzi, Maria Sole Tognazzi, Thomas Robsahm
Movies  La Cage aux Folles, My Friends, The Big Feast, I mostri, All My Friends Part 2
Similar People  Ricky Tognazzi, Gianmarco Tognazzi, Vittorio Gassman, Dino Risi, Mario Monicelli

Ugo tognazzi il federale di luciano salce 1961 film completo ita


Ugo Tognazzi ([ˈuːɡo toɲˈɲattsi]; 23 March 1922 – 27 October 1990) was an Italian film, TV, and theatre actor, director, and screenwriter.

Contents

Ugo Tognazzi httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommonsthu

Estratto film la terrazza di ettore scola con ugo tognazzi oldcouple


Early life

Ugo Tognazzi Ugo Tognazzi Celebrities lists

Tognazzi was born in Cremona, in northern Italy but spent his youth in various localities as his father was a travelling clerk for an insurance company.

Ugo Tognazzi 69 best Ugo Tognazzi images on Pinterest Actors Cinema and Actresses

After his return to his native city in 1936, he worked in a salami production plant. During World War II, he was inducted into the Army and returned home after the Armistice of 8 September 1943, and joined the Brigate Nere for a while. His passion for theater and acting dates from his early years, and also during the conflict he organized shows for his fellow soldiers. In 1945, he moved to Milan, where he was enrolled in the theatrical company led by Wanda Osiris. A few years later, he formed his own successful musical revue company.

Career

Ugo Tognazzi 69 best Ugo Tognazzi images on Pinterest Actors Cinema and Actresses

In 1950, Tognazzi made his cinematic debut in I cadetti di Guascogna directed by Mario Mattoli. The following year, he met Raimondo Vianello, with whom he formed a successful comedy duo for the new-born RAI TV (1954–1960). Their shows, sometimes containing satirical material, were among the first to be censored on Italian television.

Ugo Tognazzi httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommons22

After the successful role in The Fascist (Il Federale) (1961), directed by Luciano Salce, Tognazzi became one of the most renowned characters of the so-called Commedia all'Italiana (Italian comedy style). He worked with all the main directors of Italian cinema, including Mario Monicelli (Amici miei), Marco Ferreri (La grande abbuffata), Carlo Lizzani (La vita agra), Dino Risi, Pier Paolo Pasolini (Pigsty), Ettore Scola, Alberto Lattuada, Nanni Loy, Pupi Avati and others. Tognazzi also directed some of his films, including the 1967 film Il fischio al naso. The film was entered into the 17th Berlin International Film Festival.

He was a well-known actor in Italy, and starred in several important international films, which brought him fame in other parts of the world.

Roger Vadim cast Tognazzi as Mark Hand, the Catchman, in Barbarella (1968). He rescues Barbarella (Jane Fonda) from the biting dolls she encounters, and after her rescue, he requests payment by asking her to make love with him (the "old-fashioned" way, not the psycho-cardiopathic way of their future).

In 1981, he won the Best Male Actor Award at the Cannes Film Festival for La tragedia di un uomo ridicolo, directed by Bernardo Bertolucci. While he worked primarily in Italian cinema, Tognazzi is perhaps best remembered for his role as Renato Baldi, the gay owner of a St. Tropez nightclub, in the 1978 French comedy La Cage aux Folles which became the highest grossing foreign film ever released in the U.S.

Personal life

Ugo Tognazzi died of a brain hemorrhage in Rome in 1990, although rumors persist to this day that his chronic depression led to suicide. He is buried in the cemetery of Velletri.

His sons Ricky Tognazzi (b. 1955) and Gianmarco Tognazzi (b. 1967) are cinema actors. He was also the father of the Norwegian film director and film producer Thomas Robsahm (b. 1964). His daughter Maria Sole Tognazzi (b. 1971) is, like Ricky, a film director.

Director

  • Il mantenuto (1961)
  • Il fischio al naso (1967)
  • Sissignore (1968)
  • Cattivi pensieri (1976)
  • I viaggiatori della sera (1979)
  • References

    Ugo Tognazzi Wikipedia


    Topics
     
    B
    i
    Link
    H2
    L