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  1. Ugo Tognazzi (nacido el 23 de marzo de 1922 - 27 de octubre de 1990) fue un actor y director, además de autor teatral, cinematográfico y televisivo italiano. Junto con Alberto Sordi, Vittorio Gassman, Nino Manfredi y Marcello Mastroianni, fue uno de los pilares de la comedia a la italiana.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Ugo_TognazziUgo Tognazzi - Wikipedia

    Ugo Tognazzi (23 March 1922 – 27 October 1990) was an Italian actor, director, and screenwriter. [1] Early life Tognazzi was born in Cremona, in northern Italy but spent his youth in various localities as his father was a travelling clerk for an insurance company.

  3. it.wikipedia.org › wiki › Ugo_TognazziUgo Tognazzi - Wikipedia

    Ugo Tognazzi, pseudonimo di Ottavio Tognazzi, è stato un attore, regista cinematografico e scrittore italiano. È considerato uno dei volti più importanti della commedia all'italiana insieme a Vittorio Gassman, Nino Manfredi, Marcello Mastroianni e Alberto Sordi.

  4. www.imdb.com › name › nm0865575Ugo Tognazzi - IMDb

    Born Ottavio Tognozzi in Cremona, Italy, on March 23, 1922, by the time Ugo was a teen he was a bookkeeper for a salami factory and performed in local amateur theatricals on the sly. Appearing on the stage, he finally found an entry into films at age 28 in 1950 with a featured role in the war comedy I cadetti di Guascogna (1950).

  5. Ugo Tognazzi (Cremona, 1922 - Roma, 1990) Actor italiano. Se inició en el teatro y fue un destacado animador del music-hall hasta convertirse en una de las figuras más populares de la televisión italiana y también del cine de su país, en el que destacó como actor cómico a partir de su trabajo en La abeja reina (1963), de Marco Ferreri.

  6. Ugo Tognazzi (1922 - 1990) fue un actor y director de Italia conocido por Barbarella, La gran comilona, Vicios pequeños, Habitación para cuatro, Pocilga, Monstruos de hoy, ¡Que viva Italia!, El gran atasco, Un quinteto a lo loco y Rogopag

  7. Born Ottavio Tognozzi in Cremona, Italy, on March 23, 1922, by the time Ugo was a teen he was a bookkeeper for a salami factory and performed in local amateur theatricals on the sly. Appearing on the stage, he finally found an entry into films at age 28 in 1950 with a featured role in the war comedy I cadetti di Guascogna (1950).