Ugo Bologna

(September 11 1917 – 29 January 1989 in Milan)

 

 

The son of a civil servant and a housewife. He devoted himself to teaching in the elementary school. During World War II, he fought as a second lieutenant of sharpshooters. In 1941, is part of the Nikitowka fights, he distinguished himself by his demeanor, and was wounded, earning a bronze medal for military valour. In 1950 he left teaching to pursue acting, and made his debut in 1962 in the movie on the way of the GiantsFor tv works in little Lord FauntleroyThe crackpot, while for film often works with Paolo Villaggio. Married the actress Ada Ruvidotti and founded in 1970, along with other voice actors, C.D.M., cooperative society Awards.She starred in the series sonorous Fables, Fabbri Editori. Although poor health continues its work commitments, and he had a heart attack while praying at the Teatro Valle in Rome, he died soon after arrival at the hospital.

The ashes, for his will lie in the cemetery of Bolzano, where he had met his wife and lived the first years as an actor.

 

Filmography

 

Hopes of sunshine, directed by Vittorio Brignole, 1959

Explorers on horseback, directed by Angio Zane, 1961

On the road of the Giants, directed by Angio Zane, 1962

Bandits in Milan, directed by Carlo Lizzani, 1968

Gang war in Milan, directed by Umberto Lenzi, 1973

The five days, directed by Dario Argento, 1974

The police have their hands tied, directed by Luciano Ercoli, 1975

What's your sign?, directed by Sergio Corbucci, 1975

Amori, letti e tradimenti, directed by Alfonso Brescia, 1975

A priest inconvenient, directed by Pino Tosini .1975

Spy's face, directed by Giuseppe Ferrara, 1975

The man in the street does justice, directed by Umberto Lenzi, 1975

Bluff-Storia di truffe e di imbroglioni, directed by Sergio Corbucci, 1976

COP's blood, directed by Al Bradley, 1976

La febbre del cinema, directed by Ottavio Fabbri, 1976

Passi furtivi in una notte boia, directed by Vincenzo Rigo, 1976

Il secondo tragico Fantozzi, directed by Luciano Salce, 1976

Virgo, Taurus and Capricorn, directed by Luciano Martino, 1977

Here are we for example ..., directed by Sergio Corbucci, 1977

Tre tigri contro tre tigri, directed by Steno, 1977

The ... Beautiful country, directed by Luciano Salce, 1977

La bidonata, directed by Luciano Ercoli, 1977

A simple heart, directed by Giorgio Ferrara, 1977

Labia minora, directed by Mimmo Cattarinich, 1978

I tigro, tu tigriegli tigra, directed by Giorgio Capitani and Renato Pozzetto, 1978

Punches, dollars and spinach, directed by Emimmo Salvi, 1978

Zombie 2, directed by Lucio Fulci, 1979

From Corleone to Brooklyn, directed by Umberto Lenzi, 1979

Your life for my son, directed by Alfonso Brescia, 1980

Catherine and I, by Alberto Sordi, 1980

Shadows, directed by Mario Caiano, 1980

Quando la coppia scoppia, directed by Steno, 1980

Arrivano i gatti, directed by Carlo Vanzina, 1980

Ho fatto splash, by Maurizio Nichetti, 1980

Thencubo on the contaminated town, directed by Umberto Lenzi, 1980

Rag. Arturo De Fanti, bancario precario, directed by Luciano Salce, 1980

The bad habit, directed by Mario Landi, 1980

The lost city of Sarzana, directed by Luigi Faccini, 1981

Fracchia la belva umana, directed by Luigi Faccini, 1981

The Hawk and the Dove, directed by Fabrizio Lori, 1981

Spaghetti a mezzanotte, directed by Sergio Martino, 1981

The sudsy, directed by Carlo Vanzina, 1981

Naples, Palermo, New York – the triangle of the camorra, directed by Alfonso Brescia, 1981

Traveling with dad, by Alberto Sordi, 1982

Fat girlfriend, directed by Umberto Lenzi, 1982

Occhio, malocchio, prezzemolo e finocchiodi Sergio Martino, 1983

Fantozzi undergoes still, directed by Neri Parenti, 1983

Sing Sing, directed by Sergio Corbucci, 1983

Sapore di mare, directed by Carlo Vanzina, 1983

Sapore di mare 2 – one year later, directed by Bruno Cortini, 1983

Il tassinaro, by Alberto Sordi, 1983

Wild beasts – wild beasts, directed by Franco Prosperi, 1984

Department stores, directed by Castellano e Pipolo, 1986

Yuppies – young people for success, directed by Carlo Vanzina, 1986

I won the lottery by new year's Eve, directed by Neri Parenti, 1989

I mitici – Colpo gobbo a Milano, directed by Carlo Vanzina, 1994