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Filippo Scelzo

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Filippo Scelzo
Born19 April 1900
Died9 October 1980
Rome, Lazio
Italy
OccupationActor
Years active1934–1972 (film)

Filippo Scelzo (19 April 1900 – 9 October 1980) was an Italian stage, film and television actor. He appeared in more than forty films including Red Passport in which he played the male lead.[1]

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Life and career

Born in Ivrea, the son of the stage actress Lena Artale, Scelzo started his career at very young age in the theatrical companies of Ettore Paladini and Gualtiero Tumiati.[2] After having worked with Ruggero Ruggeri, in 1923 he got his first leading roles with the stage company of Virgilio Talli [it].[2] In the following years he continued an intense theatrical activity, working with prominent actors of the time such as Dina Galli, Irma Gramatica, Antonio Gandusio and Kiki Palmer, as well as in the Mario Mattoli's company Za Bum.[2] In 1934 he started his long career in cinema, even if mostly cast in supporting and character roles.[2] In 1937 he formed his own stage company, together with Gualtiero Tumiati, Enzo Biliotti and Margherita Bagni.[2]

In later years, Scelzo maintained an extensive theatrical schedule, working alongside Vittorio Gassman, Anna Proclemer, Paola Borboni, Sarah Ferrati, Vivi Gioi, and also directing the company of Teatro delle Arti.[2] He was also active as a television actor, and more sporadically as a dubber.[2]

Selected filmography

References

  1. ^ Landy, Marcia. The Folklore of Consensus: Theatricality in the Italian Cinema, 1930-1943. SUNY Press, 1998. p.155.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g Roberto Chiti; Roberto Poppi; Enrico Lancia (2003). "Scelzo, Filippo". Dizionario del cinema italiano: Gli Attori. Vol. 2 (in Italian). Gremese Editore. p. 189. ISBN 978-88-8440-269-1.

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