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Walter Annichiarico in art Walter Chiari

Verona, 8 March 1924 – 20 December 1991

 

Born into a family of Apulian origins, his father Carmelo Annichiarico police officer, and his mother Enza Andria elementary school teacher, spent her childhood in Verona, then moved to Milan, where he found his first job as a warehouse worker in same period practice boxing, tennis and competitive swimming. Abandoned his studies to find a job in a company as a radio engineer but was soon fired for destroying an appliance to be repaired. He was employed at the Bank but was fired because his superior discovered him while imitating Adolf Hilter standing on the desk; called the head office and asked to repeat the sketch in his presence, first applauded and later fired was invited to follow an artistic career. Afterwards you dedicate myself to her journalism career but unfortunately instead of being a journalist making caricatures, was also here fired. In 1944 while he was with friends at the Teatro Olimpia in Milan his friends rose up and pulled him on stage and he starts to imitate Hitler and the stutterer who tries to order a snow cone at the bar. In 1946 gets a part in theatre thanks to Marisa Machado, which makes cast for the show if you kiss Lola. In 1951 Luchino Visconti chose him for the role of the young man boho in the film Beautiful. In 1957, thanks to the knowledge of English is hired by Mark Robson for the film La Capannina. Clear was called a tireless seducer of facts are attributed to great love stories with famous women, Mina, Lucia Bosè, Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy, Delia Scala, Elsa Martinelli. In the film Are strange people, knows Alida Chelli with which he began a long and stormy love affair made of separations, quarrels, reconciliation. In 1972 divorces Alida, but remains on good terms with both her and her son Simon. On 20 May of 1970 while on his way to the studios Rai Walter Chiari is arrested for consuming and selling cocaine, remained in prison only 70 days, is sentenced to detention of drug substances for personal use and exonerated by selling cocaine.

On 20 December 1991 Walter Chiari had a dinner with the impresario Free Zibelli, who saw him get called the residence where he lived since he was also Clear separate from Patrizia Caselli, but Zaidan having no reply goes to the residence and breaks through the door of the room where Walter found it in front of the television still switched on and sitting on the couch, died from cardiac arrest.

 

Filmography

 

Vanità, directed by Giorgio Pàstina

That time, directed by Giorgio Bianchi

Totò al Giro of Italy, directed by Mario Mattoli

That ghost of my husband, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque

The Elusive 12, directed by Mario Mattoli

The Cadets of Gascony, directed by Mario Mattoli

We won!, directed by Robert Adolf Stemmle

It's love that ruins me, directed by Mario Soldati

The Master of Steam, directed by Mario Mattoli

Was he ... Yes!, yes!, directed by Metz and Marchesi

O.K. Nerone, directed by Mario Soldati

Beautiful, directed by Luchino Visconti

Revenge... Sardinian, directed by Mario Mattoli

Zorro's dream, directed by Mario Soldati

You know that poppies, directed by Metz and Marchesi

5 poor people in cars, directed by Mario Mattoli

The two of us alone, directed by Marino Girolami

The moment of truth, directed by Jean Delannoy

Long live cinema, directed by Enzo Trapani

It was what I wanted, directed by Marino Girolami and Giorgio Simonelli

Viva magazine, directed by Enzo Trapani

The men scoundrels!, directed by Glauco Pellegrini

Cinema of old times, directed by Steno

A day in pretura, directed by Steno

Narrow Marsina, episode of that's life, directed by Aldo Fabrizi

We're all Milanese, directed by Mario Landi

Great variety, directed by Domenico Paolella

Leftover galera, directed by Vittorio Cottafavi

Red and black, directed by Domenico Paolella

Happens at the police station, directed by Giorgio Simonelli

Love holidays, directed by Jean-Paul Le Chanois

Nanà, directed by Christian-Jaque

Happens to the penitentiarydirected by Giorgio Bianchi

I am a sentimental, directed by John Berry

II like me, directed by Giorgio Bianchi

My Uncle Giacinto, directed by Ladislo Vajda

Donatella, directed by Mario Monicelli

Wife and oxen, directed byLeonardo De Mitri

La capannina, directed by Mark Robson

Love at first sight, directed by Franco Rossi

Good morning sadness, directed by Otto Premiger

May Day, directed by Luis Saslvsky

The spinsters, directed by Giorgio Bianchi

The Girl from St. Peter's Square, directed by

The Jaguar's Friend, directed by Giuseppe Bennati

He, her, and Grandfather,directed by Anton Giulio Majano

The surprises of love, directed by Luigi Comencini

 

Hunt for her husband, directed by Marino Girolami

Luxury females, directed by Giorgio Bianchi

Holidays in Argentina, directed by Guido Leoni

A Mandarin for Theo, directed by Mario Mattoli

August in Bikini, directed byMarino Girolami

My husband's wife, directed by Tony Roman

The girl under the sheet,directed by Marino Girolami

Walter and his cousins, directed by Marino Girolami

Beauty on the beach, directed by Romolo Girolami

Husbands at congress, directed by  Luigi Filippo D'Amico

The Magnificent Three, directed byi Giorgio Simonelli

Copacabana Palace, directed bydi Steno

The motorized, directed by di Camillo Mastrocinque

Two against all, directed by Antonio Momplet

The Penthouse, directed by Gianni Puccini

Italians and women,directed by  Marino Girolami

The shortest day, directed by Sergio Corbucci

The woman of others is always more beautiful, regia di Marino Girolami

The Reunion, directed by Damiano Damiani

Target girls, directed by Mario Mattoli

The motorized, directed by Mario Girolami

The Cheaters, directed by  Lucio Fulci

Ladies and gentlemen, directed by  Sergio Corbucci

Summer Follies, directed by Carlo Infascelli ed Edoardo Anton

The Heroes of the West, directed by Steno

Thursdays, directed by  Dino Risi

The Tardones, directed by Marino Girolami

If you allow, let's talk about women, directed by  Ettore Scola

The Maniacs, directed by Lucio Fulci

Italian laughter, various directors

The Twins of Texas, directed by Steno

Venus in the Sun, directed byMarino Girolami

Big shot but not too muchdirected by Gèrard Oury

Sadik, episodio di Trhilling, directed by Gian Luigi Polidoro

Made in Italy, directed by Nanni Loy

Falstaff, directed by Orson Welles

Two oriundi for Caesar, directed by Paolo Bianchini

Love to Italian, directed by Steno

Me, me, me,... and others, directed by Alessandro Blasetti

Ischia operation love, directed by Marino Girolami

They're strange people, directed by Michael Powell

Monate's bank, directed by Francesco Massaro

How I kidnap you the baby, directed by Lucio De Caro

For Cesarina's love, directed by Vittorio Sindoni

Stealth steps in one executioner night, directed by  Vincenzo Rigo

The bin, directed by  Luciano Ercoli

Priest for good, episode of Ride well... who laughs last, directed by Walter Chiari

So much goes the cat to lard.... directed by Marco Aleandri

Laughing and joking, directed by Marco Aleandri

Beautiful and ugly all laugh, directed by Domenico Paolella

No, it's not jealousy, episode of Three under the sheet, directed by Paolo Dominici

Romance, directed by Massimo Mazzucco

Kafka la colonia penale, directed by Giuliano Betti

Traces of love life, directed by Peter Del Monte

Captain Cosmos, directed by Carlo Carlei