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Giampiero Albertini

Muggiò, 20 December 1927-Rome, 14 May 1991



Albertini has gained national fame as a voice actor of Columbo starring Peter Falk. Besides portraying the famous police officer, was actor of justicialism. In the 1970s and 1980s had become a familiar face to the general public through participation in numerous television dramas, like The life of Leonardo Da Vinci (in which he played the character of Ludovico Il Moro), to As Andromeda, along the River, and water, Greens (as Antonio Barezzi) and the betrothedIn the years '70 leads the telecast to As AgricultureMemorable her portrayal of Ottone alongside Nino Manfredi and Gastone Moschin in funny comedy Italian Secret Service by Luigi Comencini. Known to the public for playing longer in the ' 70 a customer in a popular tv commercial for a household appliance firm, in which he sought in each episode an article into the store without ever finding what she was looking for; When at last he was told "you're insatiable!", Albertini replied "Always!", emphasizing the fact that he used to buy company products sight unseen only advertised. One of the last works was to dub the Iraqi President Saddam Hussein for an interview conducted by Bruno Vespa, a few days before the outbreak of the Gulf war. He died in 64 years to a heart attack on 14 February 1991, at his home in Rome in Monte Mario neighbourhood where he lived alone. Notice of his death just a day after one of his sons who had gone to see him.






1962/ Fellows, directed by Mario Monicelli

1962/ The March on Rome, by Dino Risi 

1964/ The Agra Life, directed by Carlo Lizzani

1964/ Thrilling, directed by Carlo Lizzani

1965/ Seven Golden Men, directed by Marco Vicario

1965/ Made in Italy, directed by Nanni Loy

1965/ The big hit of 7 Men of gold, by Mario Vicar

1966/ Please ... don't shoot the cannon, directed by Mario Caiano

1967/ Tiffany Memorandum, directed by Sergio Grieco

1967/ Gangsters ' 70, directed by Mino Guerrini

1967/ Family man, directed by Nanni Loy

1967/ The Black Sheep, directed by Luciano Salce

1968/ Eat it, directed by Francesco Casaretti

1968/ Commandos, directed by Amando Crispino

1968/ Italian Secret Service, directed by Luigi Comencini

1968/ A minute to pray, a second to die, directed by Franco Giraldi

1968/ Summit, directed by Giorgio Bontempo

1968/ The family man, directed by Nanni Loy

1969/ Queimada, directed by Gillo Pontecorvo

1969/ Men Against, directed by Francesco Rosi

1970/ Cars on the asphalt at full speed! " directed by Sergio Corbucci

1970/ Back Sabata ... you've Closed Another Time!, directed by Gianfranco Parolini

1971/ Why those strange drops of blood doing on Jennifer's body?, directed by Giuliano Carnimeo

1972/ The Red Rose, directed by Franco Giraldi

1973/ Seven hours of violence on an Unexpected Solution, directed by Michele Massimo Tarantini

1973/ Departed priests Returned. ... Treated,directed by Marine white

1973/ The police Investigates: we are all suspects, directed by Michel Wyn

1974/ And began the journey in Vertigo, directed by Toni Di Gregorio

1974/ Zorro, directed by Duccio Tessari

1975/ Mark the COP, directed by Stelvio Massi

1975/ Flic Story, directed by Jacques Deray

1976/ The Annèe Sainte, directed by Jean Girault

1976/ Nina, directed by Vincente Minnelli

1976/ The Gang of the Holy year, directed by Jean Girault

1976/ Where Flying crows silver, directed by Piero Livi

1976/ The account is closeddirected by Stelvio Massi

1976/ Rome armed to the teeth, directed by Umberto Lenzi

1976/ Return those of Caliber 38, directed by Giuseppe Vari

1977/ The Parisian Gang, directed by Jacques Deray

1977/ Do not fire on children, by Gianni Crea 

1978/ Influenced, directed by Alfredo Rizzo

1988/ Happy, directed by Gianfranco La Zamaan

1988/ Dead end, directed by Anton Giulio Majano

1986/ The Piovra 3, directed by Luigi Perelli, in the role of Senator Tarsoni




A man on the water, directed by Mario Ferrero

The longest road, directed by Nelo Risi

Geminus, directed by Luciano Emmer

Nero Wolfe, directed by Giuliana Berlinguer

The network, directed by Gianni Serra

The life of Leonardo Da Vinci, directed by Renato Castellani

A for Andromeda, directed by Vittorio Cottafavi

The Nicotrera, directed by Salvatore Nicotra

Along the river and on the water, directed by Alberto Negrin

At the Last Minute, directed by Ruggero Deodato

Beneath the placid Don, directed by Vittorio Cottafavi

Tracks in the snow, directed by Alessandro Cane

Diagnosis, directed by Mario Caiano

Extras, directed by Daniele D'anza

Whoever you are, directed by Mario Foglietti

The last plane to Venice, directed by Daniele D'anza

The Tracker, by Mario Foglietti

Sam et Sally, directed by Jean Girault

The Stavisky Affair, directed by Luigi Perelli

The Enigma of her sisters, directed by Mario Foglietti

Vantage point, directed by Daniele D'anza

Verdi, directed by Renato Castellani, 1982

The Devil at the Long Bridge, directed by Pino Passalacqua

The Enigma Borden, directed by Gian Pietro Calasso

Meet and Say Goodbye, by Mario Foglietti

Little Ancient World, directed by Salvatore Nocita

Dead end, directed by Anton Giulio Majano

The Piovra 3 , directed by Luigi Perelli, in the role of Senator Tarsoni

The Newlywed Promises, directed by Salvatore Nocita

The star of the Park, directed by Aldo Lado


Voice actor


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