Ugo Toganazzi 

(Cremona, 23 March 1922 – Rome, 27 October 1990

 

 

Because of the profession of the father, Inspector of an insurance company, he lives in the years of childhood, he lives the years of childhood in various cities to return then, in 1936, in the Natià Cremona where fourteen year old, finds work as a reason in the Salumificio Negroni. In his spare time he plays in a drama of the company Dopolavoro, but the theatrical debut already happened at the Teatro Donizetti in Bergamo, just four years. During the Second World War he was called to arms and committed himself to organizing variety shows for fellow soldiers. After the armistice of September 8 he returned to Cremona where he worked as archivist and was part of the Black Brigades for a short period. In 1945, the passion for the show induced him to abandon his work and move to Milan. Here he participates in an evening for amateurs held at the Teatro Puccini, following which is signed by the theatre company Wanda Osiris.

In 1950 he debuted at the cinema with a film directed by Mario Mattoli, the cadets of GuascognA, alongside Walter Chiari. The following year he met Raymond Vianello with whom he formed a very successful comic pair that from 1954 to 1960 he worked for the newborn Rai TV with the variety one two threeThe most popularesque and sanguine comedy of Hugh and the most refined and English of Ramon's comedic interpenetrate each other with excellent comic results. Parallel to the film of the author Tognazzi and also engaged in comedy; Friends My Act 1.2, 3, the habit, the whistle to the nose, yes sir, bad thoughts, evening travelers, FBI investigator Francesco Bertolazzi.

In 1961 he knows Magarete Rosahm a Genoese actress with whom he works in the retained that marries in 1963, the following year Thomas was born, Tognazzi also had a story with an English dancer Pat O'Hara from had a son Ricky, but Pat does not marry Tognazzi and after two years theirStory ends. In 1965 Ugo finds the woman of his life Francesca Bettoja, marries Ugo in 1972. Tognazzi suffered from depression which he also shared with Gassman, dying in his sleep on October 27, 1990 in Rome for a cerebral hemorrhage.

 

 Performances

 

1944/ Spectacular

 

1944/ closes almost at dawn

 

1945/ Live women

 

1945/ Powder in the eyes

 

1945/ Broadway Dust

 

1946/ Mouth kissed

 

1946/ percent of these women

 

1946/ Calvacata of women

 

1948/ Blue Fever

 

1948/ Paradise for all

 

1949/ Castellinaria

 

1950/That train which is called Desire

 

1951/ Deva If the horse does not have it

 

1952/ Hello Ghost

 

1953/ Barbanera, beautiful weather hopefully

 

1954/ Double pitch

 

1955/ Champion without wishingand

 

1955/ The Doctor of the Women

 

1956/ The fiancé of all

 

1957/ A scandal for Lilli

 

1957/ dad my husband

 

1957/ The Gutter man 

 

1960/ Gog and Mogog

 

1975/ The truffle

 

1986/ Six character in search of Autorand

 

1988/ The Miser

 

1989/ M. Butterfly

 

 Filmography

 

1950/ The Cadets of Gascony, directed by Mario Mattoli

 

1951/ La fear FA 90, directed by Giorgio Simonelli

 

1951/ La Bruna Indiavolata, directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia

 

1951/ Greetings and Sons, directed by Giorgio Simonelli

 

1953/ The Enchanting Enemy, directed by Claudio Gora

 

1953/ His Highness said: No!, directed by Maria Basaglia

 

1953/ We are all Milan, directed by Mario Landi

 

1953/ If we won a hundred million, directed by Carlo Campogalliani and Carlo Moscovini

 

1953/ Cafè Chantal, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque

 

1954/ laugh!, laugh!!, directed by Edoardo Anton

 

1954/ Milanesi a Napoli, directed by Enzo di Gianni

 

1955/ The wife is equal for all, directed by Giorgio Simonelli

 

1958/ Sunday is always Sunday, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque

 

1958/ Toto in the Moon, directed by Steno

 

1958/ My grandmother policeman, directed by Steno

 

1958/ Sailors women and Woe, directed by Giorgio Simonelli

 

1958/ Il dire Teodoro, directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero

 

1959/ Watch but not Toccatele, directed by Mario Mattoli

 

1959/ Ghosts and Thieves, directed by Giorgio Simonelli

 

1959/Let's not lose our heads, directed by Mario Mattoli

 

1959/ Policarpo official writing, directed by Mario Soldati

 

1959/ Le Maids, directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia

 

1959/ psychoanalyst, for Signora, directed by Jean Boyer

 

1959/We are two escaped, directed by Giorgio Simonelli

 

1959/ The Duchess of Santa Lucia, directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero

 

1959/ La draft, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque

 

1959/ Types of beach, directed by Mari Mattoli

 

1959/ La Shillffa, directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero

 

1959/ La Pica on the Pacific, directed by Roberto Rossellini

 

1959/ I Baccanali di Tiberio, directed by Giorgio Simonelli

 

1960/Parents in Blue-Jeans, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque

 

1960/ The Prince Keg, directed by Maurizio Arena

 

1960/ My friend Jekyll, directed by Marino Girolami

 

1960/ The Husbands ' Olympics, directed by Giorgio Bianchi

 

1960/ Females of luxury, directed by Giorgio Bianchi

 

1960/ One dollar of Fifa, directed by Giorgio Simonelli

 

1960/ What do you say? Directed by Silvio Amadio

 

1960/ We like it cold!, directed by Steno

 

1961/ Gli both clean, directed by Francesco Giaculli

 

1961/ His Excellency stopped to Eat, directed by Mario Mattoli

 

1961/ What a joy to live, directed by Renè Clèment

 

1961/ The Federal, directed by Luciano Salce

 

1961/ 5 Marines for 100 Girls, directed by Mario Mattoli

 

1961/ Il retained, directed by Ugo Tognazzi

 

1961/ Fists pupae and Sailors, directed by Daniele D'anza

 

1961/ The Magnificent three, directed by Giorgio Simonelli

 

1962/ One Sunday in summer, directed by Giulio Petroni

 

1962/ La craving Matta, directed by Luciano Salce

 

1962/ Pycosissimo, directed by Steno

 

1962/ La Cuccagna, directed by Luciano Salce

 

1962/ The Tromboni di frà Diavolo, directed by Giorgio Simonelli

 

1962/ The motored, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque

 

1962/ The march on Rome, directed by Dino Risi

 

1963/ The shortest day, directed by Sergio Corbucci

 

1963/ Ro. Go. Pa. G. episode The Chicken Ruspante, directed by Ugo Gregoretti

 

1963/ The Hours of Love, directed by Luciano Salce

 

1963/ A modern story-l'APE Regina, directed by Marco Ferreri

 

1963/ I Outlaw of Marriage, directed by Valentino Orsini, Paolo and Vittorio Taviani

 

1964/ High Infidelity, episode Modern People, directed by Mari Monicelli

 

1964/ Liolà, directed by Alessandro Blasetti

 

1964/ La Vita Agra, directed by Carlo Lizzani

 

1964/ La Donna Ape, directed by Marco Ferreri

 

1964/ Il Magnifico cuckold, directed by Antonio Pietrangeli

 

1964/ Controsesso, episode The Professor, directed by Marco Ferreri

 

1965/ The complexes, episode The complex of the slave Nubian, directed by Franco Rossi

 

1965/ An American wife, directed by Gian Luigi Polidoro

 

1965/ I knew her well, directed by Antonio Pietrangeli

 

1965/ Today, tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, episode The Man of the five Balloons, directed by Marco Ferreri

 

1965/ Mènage All'italiana, directed by Franco guesses

 

1965/ Marcia Nunziale, directed by Marco Ferreri

 

1966/ A question of Honor, directed by Luigi Zampa

 

1966/ Our Husbands, episode The husband of Attilia, directed by Dino Risi

 

1966/ Le Pleasant Nights, directed by Armando Crispino and Lucianao Lucignani

 

1967/ The whistle to the nose, directed by Ugo Tognazzi

 

1967/ The father of family, directed by Nanni Loy

 

1967/ The others, the others, and... US, directed by Maurizio Arena

 

1968/ Mangami, directed by Dino Risi

 

1968/ Barbarella, directed by Roger Vadim

 

1968/ Yes Sir, directed by Ugo Tognazzi

 

1968/ La Dollface, directed by Franco Giraldi

 

1969/ Satyricon, directed by Franco Giraldi

 

1969/ Porcile, directed by Pier Pasolini

 

1969/ the Commissioner Pepe, directed by Ettore Scola

 

1969/ in the year of the Lord, directed by Luigi Magni

 

1970/ Lonely Hearts, directed by Franco Giraldi

 

1970/I come to get a coffee from US, directed by Alberto Lattuada

 

1970/ Splendors and miseries by Madame Royale, directed by Vittorio Caprioli

 

1970/ La Califfa, directed by Alberto Bevilacqua

 

1971/ The Superwitness, directed by Franco Giraldi

 

1971/ In The name of the Italian people, directed by Dino Risi

 

1971/ Room 17 -17 Tax Palace, office of Taxation, directed by Michele Lupo

 

1972/ This species of love, directed by Alberto Bevilacqua

 

1972/ The Maestro and Margherita, directed by Aleksandar Petrovič

 

1972/ The general sleeps on his feet, Regia di Francesco Massaro

 

1973/ We want the Colonels, directed by Mario Monicelli

 

1973/ La Grande Abbuffata, directed by Marco Ferreri

 

1973/ The property is not a theft, directed by Marco Ferreri

 

1974/ Do not touch the Lady Bianca, directed by Marco Ferreri

 

1974/ allow the lady who loves your daughter?, directed by Gian Luigi Polidoro

 

1974/ Popular novel, directed by Mario Monicelli

 

1975/ La Marzuka del Barone, Della Sante, and Fico Fiorone, directed by Pupi Avati

 

1975/ The stretch mark, directed by Peter Flischamann

 

1975/ My Friends, directed by Mario Monicelli

 

1975/ The Duck with Orange, directed by Luciano Salce

 

1976/The pleasure of seeing her again, directed by Marco Leto

 

1976/White Telephones, directed by Dino Risi

 

1976/Bad Thoughts, directed by Ugo Tognazzi

 

1976/ Ladies and gentlemen, Goodnight, directed by Luigi Comencini, Nanni Loy, Luigi Magni, Mario Monicelli, and Ettore Scola

 

1977/ The room of the bishop, directed by Dino Risi

 

1977/ Casotto, directed by Sergio Citti

 

1977/ The New Monsters, directed by Mario Monicelli, Dino Risi and Ettore Scola

 

1977/ Il Gatto, directed by Luigi Comencini

 

1978/ The Cat directed by Luigi Comencini

 

197/ Nenè, directed by Salvatore Samperi

 

1978/ La Mazzetta, directed by Sergio Corbucci

 

1978/ First Love, directed by Dino Risi

 

1978/ Il Habit, directed by Edouard Molinaro

 

1978/ where you go on vacation, episode, I'll be all for you directed, by Mauro Bolognini

 

1979/ L'ingorgo, directed by Luigi Comencini

 

1979/ The travellers of SerA, directed by Ugo Tognazzi

 

1980/ La Terrazza, directed by Ettore Scola

 

1980/ Arrival I Bersaglieri, directed by Luigi Magni

 

1980/ The seducers of the Sunday, episode, the Carnet of Armando, directed by Dino Risi

 

1980/ Il habit II, directed by Eduard Molinaro

 

1981/ The tragedy of a ridiculous man, directed by Bernardo Bertolucci

 

1982/ Excuse me if it is little, directed by Marco Vicario

 

1982/ My friends, Atto II °, directed by Mario Monicelli

 

1983/ Twist of fate lurking around the corner like a brigand from the street, directed by Lina Wertmuller

 

1983/ Il Petomane, directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile

 

1984/ Dagobert, directed by Dino Risi

 

1984/ Bertoldo, Bertoldino, and Casenno, directed by Mario Monicelli

 

1985/Tailor made, directed by Francesco Laudadio

 

1985/ Marriage with habit, the habit, directed by Georges Lautener

 

1985/ My friends, Atto III °, directed by Nanni Loy

 

1986/ Yddish Connection, directed by Paul Boujenah

 

1987/ Last Minute, directed by Pupi Avati

 

1988/ Goodbye and Thanks, directed by Giorgio Capitani

 

1988/ The days of Commissioner Ambrosio, directed by Sergio Corbucci

 

1989/ Tolerance, directed by Pierre-Henry Salfati

 

1990/ The Battle of the three drums of Fire, directed by Southeil Ben-Barka and Uchkun Nazarov

 

Television

 

1970/ FBI Francesco Bertolazzi private investigator, directed by Ugo Tognazzi

 

1985/ Black Heart, episode of the Tv miniseries Dreams and Needs, directed by Sergio Citti

 

1987/ Qui c'est ce garcon? Miniserie TV, directed by Nadine Trintignant

 

1991/ A family in yellow, film directed by Luciano Odorisio

 

 

Radio

 

1956/ Blow of Wind, directed by Adolfo Perani

 

1956/ The Imperfect, by Giulio Scarnicci and Renzo tarabuses

 

1958/ Vado and Torno Paisà, the occasions of humor by Gian Bellavisata, directed by Nino Meloni

 

1958/ The heatsink, by Ferdinand Raimund directed by Sandro Bolchi

 

1966/ Great variety