Gianni Santuccio

( Clivio, 21 May 1911 – Milano,  29 September 1989 )




In 1942 he graduated from the National Academy of dramatic art, beginning with David. Works at the Piccolo Teatro di Milano. Between 1948 and 1949, directed by Giorgio Strehler, appeared in The Tempest, Romeo and Juliet, Richard II, the Seagull by Chekhov, crime and punishment.


In 1970 he won the premio Riccione directed by Strindberg's dance of death. Toward the late 1970s, in addition to the interpretation of prose.







1944/ prison, directed by Ferruccio Cerio


1945/ camera, directed by Carlo Borghesio and Fernando Cerchio


1949/ Judge, directed by Giorgio Cristallini


1951/ Cronaca di un delitto, directed by Mario Sequi


1953/ Vortex, directed by Raffaello Matarazzo


1955/ Le diciottenni, directed by Mario Mattoli


1956/ paddy, directed by Raffaello Matarazzo


1961/ conqueror of Corinth, Director d Mario Costa


1961/ dreams die at dawn, directed by Philosophers


1962/ the shadow of Zorro, directed by Joaquin Luis romero kills them


1962/ Imperial Venus, directed by Jean Dellanoy


1962/ the legend of Genevieve, directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt


1962/ the conquest of Corinth, Mario Costa


1962/ Rocambole, directed by Bernard Borderie


1963/ Ulysses against Hercules, directed by Mario Caiano


1963/ Ursus the rebel Gladiator, directed by Domenico Paolella


1967/ Tomorrow we are no longerhere, directed by Brunello Rondi


1967/ Silence kills himself, directed by Guido Zurli


1969/ The pale eyed boy, directed by Emilio Marsili


1970/ investigation of a citizen above suspicion, directed by Elio Petri


1970/ Devil's crime, directed by Tonino Cervi


1974/ the COP is rotten, directed by Fernando di Leo


1976/ five seasons, directed by Gianni Amico



Radio Prose




Tartuffe by Moliere, directed by Gianni Santuccio


The King of Friday's men, directed by Sandro Bolchi







The smiling Madame Beudet, directed by Guglielmo Morandi


 Novel, directed by Daniele D'anza


Two dozen red roses


The idiot, directed by Giacomo V


An American tragedy by Theodore Dreiser, directed by Anton Giulio Majano


 The Dreyfus affair, directed by Leonardo Cortese


 The personal Secretary of T.S. Eliot, directed by José Quaglio


The Devils, directed by Sandro Bolchi