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Giancarlo Giannini

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Giancarlo Giannini
Giannini in 2009
Born (1942-08-01) 1 August 1942 (age 81)
Alma materAccademia Nazionale di Arte Drammatica Silvio D'Amico
  • Actor
  • voice actor
  • film director
  • screenwriter
Years active1965–present
(m. 1967; div. 1975)
Eurilla del Bono
(m. 1983)
Children4, including Adriano Giannini

Giancarlo Giannini (born 1 August 1942) is an Italian actor and voice actor. He won the Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Actor for his performance in Love and Anarchy (1973) and received an Academy Award nomination for Seven Beauties (1975). He is also a four-time recipient of the David di Donatello Award for Best Actor.

Giannini began his career on stage, starring in Franco Zeffirelli's productions of Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Night's Dream. After appearing predominantly on television throughout the early 1960s, he had his first lead role in a film in Rita the Mosquito (1965), the first of many collaborations with filmmaker Lina Wertmüller. He rose to international stardom through Wertmüller's The Seduction of Mimi (1972), Love and Anarchy (1973), Swept Away (1974), culminating in his Oscar-nominated turn in Seven Beauties (1975).[1]

His other films include The Innocent (1976), Lili Marleen (1980), New York Stories (1990), A Walk in the Clouds (1995), Hannibal (2001), Man on Fire (2004), and the James Bond films Casino Royale (2006) and Quantum of Solace (2008). He is also a dubbing artist, contributing voice work to the Italian-language versions of dozens of films since the 1960s.[2] He has been the official Italian dubber of Al Pacino since 1975,[3] and has also dubbed Jack Nicholson, Michael Douglas, and Helmut Berger.

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Early life

Giannini was born in La Spezia and he spent most of his childhood in the settlement of Pitelli. In 1952, Giannini and his family moved to Naples where he received a diploma in electronic engineering at the Alessandro Volta Technological State Technical Institute. During his teen years, he moved to Rome and studied at the Accademia Nazionale di Arte Drammatica Silvio D'Amico.

Acting career


Giannini made his stage debut at the age of 18, opposite Lilla Brignone in In memoria di una signora amica, directed by Giuseppe Patroni Griffi. His breakthrough came when he was cast by Franco Zeffirelli in a production of Romeo and Juliet which played at The Old Vic.[4]

Film and television

Giannini on the set of the film The Sensual Man, c. 1973

Giannini made his film debut in a small part in I criminali della metropoli in 1965. He appeared in supporting roles in Anzio and The Secret of Santa Vittoria, and starred in the original version of Swept Away. In 1967, he was a special guest on an episode of Mina's TV show "Sabato Sera". He had his breakthrough in 1970.[5] In 1971, he appeared in E le stelle stanno a guardare, a television adaptation of A. J. Cronin's novel The Stars Look Down.[6]

Giannini won a Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Actor for his performance in Love and Anarchy (1973).[7][8] He had big box office hits with How Funny Can Sex Be? (1973) and The Sensual Man (1974).[5] In 1976, he starred in Seven Beauties, for which he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor.[9] Giannini is known for his starring roles in films directed by Lina Wertmüller. In addition to Seven Beauties and Swept Away, he also appeared in The Seduction of Mimi, Love and Anarchy, A Night Full of Rain, and Francesca e Nunziata.[citation needed]

Giannini has also achieved some international success. His fluency in English has brought him a number of featured roles in Hollywood productions, most notably as Inspector Pazzi in Hannibal. He also appeared in Man on Fire. Giannini played Alberto Aragón in A Walk in the Clouds in 1995, and Emperor Shaddam IV in the 2000 Dune miniseries.[10] In 2002, he starred in the horror film Darkness. He later portrayed French agent René Mathis in the James Bond films Casino Royale (2006) and Quantum of Solace (2008).[11]

In 2009, Giannini received a star on the Italian Walk of Fame in Toronto, Canada.[12] On March 6, 2023, he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.[13][14][15]

Voice acting

Giannini in The Pizza Triangle (1970)

Giannini has had a successful career as a voice actor and dubber. He helped with the foundation of the C.V.D. along with Renato Turi, Corrado Gaipa, Valeria Valeri, Oreste Lionello, Wanda Tettoni and other dubbers.[16][17]

Giannini is the official Italian voice dubber of Al Pacino.[18] Both he and Ferruccio Amendola were the primary dubbers of Pacino until Amendola's death in 2001 when Giannini became the main voice dubber.[19] He also dubbed Jack Nicholson's voice as Jack Torrance in the Italian release of The Shining and the Joker in Batman and Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko in Wall Street and the 2010 sequel as well as dubbing other actors such as Dustin Hoffman, Gérard Depardieu, Ryan O'Neal, Jeremy Irons, Mel Gibson, Tim Allen, Leonard Whiting and Ian McKellen in some of their work.[20]

In Giannini's animated roles, he voiced Carl Fredricksen (voiced by Ed Asner) in the Italian dub of the Pixar film Up. He also provided the Italian voice of Raul Menendez in the Call of Duty game franchise.[21] Outside of dubbing, he provided a voice role in the 2001 Italian animated film Momo in which he voiced the main antagonist.

Other ventures

Giannini at the 49th Venice International Film Festival (1992)

Aside from acting, Giannini took up inventing as a hobby. Some of the gadgets he designed were used in the 1992 film Toys starring Robin Williams.[22] Giannini also collaborated with Gabriella Greison on his memoir Sono ancora un bambino which was published by Longanesi in 2014. A year later, he received the Premio Cesare Pavese.[23]

In 2012 he collaborated with Italian singer Eros Ramazzotti in "Io sono te", from his album Noi.

Personal life

From 1967 until 1975, Giannini was married to actress Livia Giampalmo and they had two children. Their eldest son was Lorenzo, who died in 1987 from an aneurysm shortly before his 20th birthday.[24] Their second-born son is actor Adriano Giannini, who played his father's role in the 2002 remake of Swept Away.

Since 1983, he has been married to Eurilla del Bono and they have two sons, Emanuele and Francesco who are musicians.[25]



Year Title Role(s) Notes
1965 Libido Christian
1966 Rita the Mosquito Professor Paolo Randi
1967 I criminali della metropoli Gerard Lemaire
Don't Sting the Mosquito Professor Paolo Randi
Stasera mi butto Carlo Timidoni
Arabella Saverio
1968 Anzio Private Cellini
1969 Fräulein Doktor Lieutenant Hans Rupert
Le sorelle Dario
The Secret of Santa Vittoria Fabio de la Romagna
1970 The Pizza Triangle Nello Serafini
Una macchia rosa Giancarlo
1971 Una prostituta al servizio del pubblico e in regola con le leggi dello stato Walter
Mazzabubù... Quante corna stanno quaggiù? Lucio
Un aller simple Weber
Mio padre monsignore Oreste
Black Belly of the Tarantula Inspector Tellini
1972 Hector the Mighty Ulisse
The Seduction of Mimi Carmelo "Mimi" Mardocheo
Don Camillo e i giovani d'oggi Veleno
La prima notte di quiete Giorgio "Spider" Mosca
1973 Love and Anarchy Antonio "Tunin" Soffiantini
It Was I Biagio Soils
The Sensual Man Paolo Castorini
How Funny Can Sex Be? Domenico / Cesaretto / Enrico / Lello / Giansiro / The Donor / Michele Maccò / Saturnino / Doctor Bianchi
1974 The Murri Affair Tullio Murri
The Beast Nino Patrovita
 Swept Away Gennarino Carunchio
1975 The Immortal Bachelor Gino Benacio
Seven Beauties Pasqualino Frafuso
1976 The Innocent Tullio Hermil
1978 A Night Full of Rain Paolo
Blood Feud Nicola "Nick" Sanmichele
1979 Lovers and Liars Guido Massacesi
Good News The Man
Life Is Beautiful Antonio Murillo
1981 Lili Marleen Robert
1981 My Darling, My Dearest Gennarino Laganà
1984 Where's Picone? Salvatore Cannavacciuolo
American Dreamer Victor Marchand
1985 Fever Pitch Charley
1986 Saving Grace Abalardi
1987 Ternosecco Domenico / Mimi Also director and screenwriter
The Rogues Guzman de Alfarache
1988 Snack Bar Budapest The Lawyer
1989 'O Re Francis II of the Two Sicilies
New York Stories Claudio Segment: Life Without Zoë
 Blood Red Sebastian Collogero
The Sleazy Uncle Riccardo
Brown Bread Sandwiches Alberto
Time to Kill Major
1990 Dark Illness Giuseppe Marchi
Nel giardino delle rose Tramontano
The Amusements of Private Life Charles Renard
1992 Once upon a Crime Inspector Bonnard
1993 Giovanni Falcone Paolo Borsellino
1994 Like Two Crocodiles Pietro Fraschini
1995 A Walk in the Clouds Alberto Aragon
Palermo – Milan One Way Turi Arcangelo Leofonte
1996 Celluloide Sergio Amidei
The Elective Affinities Narrator Voice
The Border Von Zirkenitz
La lupa Father Angiolino
The Disappearance of Garcia Lorca Taxi
Ultimo bersaglio Leo Steiner
Más allá del jardín Bernardo
New York Crossing Enzo
Cervellini fritti impanati Unknown
1997 Mimic Manny Gavoila
Una vacanza all'inferno Ortega
Heaven Before I Die Thief
1998 The Dinner Professore
Dolce far niente Count Nencini
The Room of the Scirocco Marquis of Acquafurata
1999 Vuoti a perdere Francesco Cesena
Milonga Commissioner
Terra bruciata Macrì
2000 Una noche con Sabrina Love Leonardo
Welcome Albania Unknown
2001 Viper Guastamacchia
Hannibal Chief Inspector Rinaldo Pazzi
Una lunga lunga lunga notte d'amore Marcello
CQ Enzo
The Whole Shebang Pop Bazinni
Momo President of the Grey Men Voice
2002 I Love You Eugenio Eugenio
Ciao America Zi' Felice
The Bankers of God: The Calvi Affair Flavio Carboni
Joshua The Pope
Darkness Albert Rua
The Council of Egypt Narrator Voice
Mario Monicelli, l'artigiano di Viareggio Himself
2003 Incantato Cesare
Five Moons Square Branco
L'acqua... il fuoco David
Forever Giovanni
2004 Man on Fire Miguel Manzano
13 at a Table Giulio
2005 Raul: Straight to Kill Judge Porfirio
2006 Tirant lo Blanc Emperor of Visantia
Salvatore – Questa è la vita Timpaliscia
Casino Royale René Mathis
2007 Milano Palermo – Il ritorno Turi Leofonte
2008 Bastardi Il Gatto / Carlo
Quantum of Solace René Mathis
2010 La bella società Dr. Antonio Guarrasi
La prima notte della luna Ivan
2012 Omamamia Lorenzo
2013 AmeriQua Don Cesare Ferracane
The Gambler Who Wouldn't Die Nikita Also director
2014 Promakhos Petros
Love Pret-a-porte Alfonso
2015 Shades of Truth Aaron Azulai
2016 On Air - Storia di un successo President Alberto Hazan
Il ragazzo della Giudecca Judge Mangrella
Maremmamara Ezio
Oggi a te... domani a me Unknown
Prigioniero della mia libertà Inspector Spaccini
2017 The Neighborhood Gianluca Moretti
Tulipani, Love, Honour and a Bicycle Catarella
Nobili bugie Franco
Pipi, Pupu & Rosemary: the Mystery of the Stolen Notes Narrator Voice
2018 The Catcher Was a Spy Edoardo Amaldi
Magical Nights Leandro Saponaro
2021 I fratelli De Filippo Eduardo Scarpetta
Gianni Schicchi Buoso Donati
2023 Book Club: The Next Chapter Police Chief
2024 Cabrini Pope Leo XIII


Year Title Role(s) Notes
1966 Lo squarciagola Dingo Television film
David Copperfield Adult David Television miniseries
1967 Sabato Sera
1970 La promessa Leonidik Television film
1971 E le stelle stanno a guardare Arthur Barras Television miniseries
1986 Sins Marcello D'itri Television miniseries
1989 Quattro storie di donne Giuliano Television miniseries; 1 episode
1990 Vita coi figli Adriano Setti Television miniseries
1993 Colpo di coda Flavio Morselli Television miniseries
1994 Nero come il cuore Valentino Bruio Television film
Jacob Laban Television film
1997 Nessuno escluso DIA Director Television miniseries
1998 Ritornare a volare Giulio Television film
Greener Fields Carlo Television film
2000 Frank Herbert's Dune Shaddam IV Television miniseries
2002 Francesca e Nunziata Giordano Montorsi Television film
Dracula Dr. Enrico Valenzi Television miniseries
2003 My House in Umbria Inspector Girotti Television film
2004 Le cinque giornate di Milano Carlo Cattaneo Television miniseries
2005 Shadows in the Sun Father Moretti Television film
2006 Racconti neri Narrator Television programme; 14 episodes
L'onore e il rispetto Giuseppe Bastianelli Season 1x01-03
2007 Il generale Dalla Chiesa Carlo Alberto dalla Chiesa Television miniseries
2008 Io non dimentico Don Salvatore Conticello Television miniseries
Il maresciallo Rocca e l'amico d'infanzia Benedetto Diveri Television miniseries
Il sangue e la rosa Cardinale Rospigliosi Television miniseries
2009 So che ritornerai Borghi Television film
2010 Prima della felicità Ettore Television film
2012 Michelangelo - Il cuore e la pietra Himself Docufiction
2013 Un angelo all'inferno Pietro Bardelli Television film
2016–2023 Stanotte a... Giorgio Vasari / Gian Lorenzo Bernini / Carlo Goldoni / Pliny the Younger / Charles III of Spain / Alessandro Manzoni / Jules Maigret Television docuseries
2018 Romanzo famigliare Gian Pietro Liegi Television series
2019  Catch-22 Marcello Television miniseries, 3 episodes
2021 Leonardo Andrea del Verrocchio Historical drama, 2 episodes
2022 Il grande gioco Dino De Gregorio Television series


Live action

Year Title Role(s) Original actor Ref
1966 Madamigella di Maupin Cavaliere d'Albert Tomas Milian
Blowup Thomas David Hemmings
1967 The Hellbenders Ben Julián Mateos
1968 Romeo and Juliet Romeo Leonard Whiting
1969 The Damned Martin von Essenbeck Helmut Berger
Giacomo Casanova: Childhood and Adolescence Giacomo Casanova Leonard Whiting
1970 When Women Had Tails Ulli Giuliano Gemma
Zabriskie Point Mark Mark Frechette
Many Wars Ago Lieutenant Sassu
1971 Death in Venice Alfred Mark Burns
The Designated Victim "Count" Matteo Tiepolo Pierre Clémenti
Lawman Crowe Wheelwright Richard Jordan
Valdez Is Coming R.L. Davis
The Bloodstained Butterfly Giorgio Helmut Berger
1972 Brother Sun, Sister Moon Francesco di Bernardone Graham Faulkner
1973 Ludwig Ludwig II of Bavaria Helmut Berger
Les Voraces Kosta
The Exorcist Damien Karras Jason Miller
1975 The Passenger David Locke Jack Nicholson
Dog Day Afternoon Sonny Wortzik Al Pacino [26]
Barry Lyndon Redmond Barry Ryan O'Neal
1976 Marathon Man Thomas Babington "Babe" Levy Dustin Hoffman
The Desert of the Tartars Lieutenant Drogo Jacques Perrin
Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands Valdomiro 'Vadinho' Santos Guimarães José Wilker
1977 Looking for Mr. Goodbar Tony Lopanto Richard Gere [27]
1978 California Suite Bill Warren Alan Alda
1980 Cruising Steve Burns Al Pacino
The Shining Jack Torrance Jack Nicholson [28]
1981 Tales of Ordinary Madness Charles Serking Ben Gazzara
1982 Author! Author! Ivan Travalian Al Pacino
1983 Danton Georges Danton Gérard Depardieu
Twilight Zone: The Movie John Valentine John Lithgow
1987 The Last Emperor Puyi John Lone
Wall Street Gordon Gekko Michael Douglas [29]
1989 Batman Jack Napier / Joker Jack Nicholson [30]
Maggio musicale Pier Francesco Ferraioli Malcolm McDowell
1992 Glengarry Glen Ross Richard Roma Al Pacino
Hoffa Jimmy Hoffa Jack Nicholson
Scent of a Woman Frank Slade Al Pacino
1993 Carlito's Way Carlito Brigante [31]
1994 Swimming with Sharks Buddy Ackerman Kevin Spacey
The Santa Clause Scott Calvin Tim Allen [32]
The Madness of King George King George III Nigel Hawthorne
1995 The American President Andrew Shepherd Michael Douglas
Heat Vincent Hanna Al Pacino [33]
Richard III Richard III Ian McKellen
1996 City Hall Mayor John Pappas Al Pacino
Looking for Richard Richard III
1997 Nostromo Dr. Monygham Albert Finney
Donnie Brasco Benjamin "Lefty" Ruggiero Al Pacino [34]
The Devil's Advocate John Milton / Satan [35]
1998 The Count of Monte Cristo Edmond Dantès Gérard Depardieu
Gunslinger's Revenge Johnny Lowen Harvey Keitel
1999 Asterix and Obelix vs. Caesar Obelix Gérard Depardieu
Excellent Cadavers Giovanni Falcone Chazz Palminteri
The Insider Lowell Bergman Al Pacino
Any Given Sunday Tony D'Amato
2000 Piovuto dal cielo Cesare Palmieri Ben Gazzara
2001 The Pledge Jerry Black Jack Nicholson
Viper Leone Harvey Keitel
How Harry Became a Tree Harry Maloney Colm Meaney
Witches to the North Gallio De Dominicis Paul Sorvino
2002 Amnèsia Xavier Juanjo Puigcorbé
John XXIII: The Pope of Peace Pope John XXIII Ed Asner
Callas Forever Larry Kelly Jeremy Irons [36]
Insomnia Will Dormer Al Pacino [37]
Simone Viktor Taransky
Napoléon Joseph Fouché Gérard Depardieu
2003 The Recruit Walter Burke Al Pacino
Gigli Starkman
Something's Gotta Give Harry Sanborn Jack Nicholson
2004 Evilenko Andrei Chikatilo Malcolm McDowell
The Merchant of Venice Shylock Al Pacino [38]
2006 The Departed Frank Costello Jack Nicholson [39]
2007 Ocean's Thirteen Willy Bank Al Pacino [40]
War and Peace Prince Bolkonsky Malcolm McDowell
2010 You Don't Know Jack Jack Kevorkian Al Pacino
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps Gordon Gekko Michael Douglas [41]
2011 The First Man Cemetery Guard Michel Crémades [42]
2012 Stand Up Guys Val Al Pacino [43]
2013 Phil Spector Phil Spector [44]
2018 Paterno Joe Paterno
2019 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Marvin Schwarz [45]
The Irishman Jimmy Hoffa [46]
2020 Hunters Meyer Offerman [47]
Creators: The Past Lord Kanaff Marc Fiorini
2021 House of Gucci Aldo Gucci Al Pacino [48]


Year Title Role(s) Original actor Ref
1972 Fritz the Cat Fritz the Cat Skip Hinnant
2009 Up Carl Fredricksen Ed Asner [49]


Year Title Role(s) Original actor Ref
2006 Eye of the Leopard Narrator Jeremy Irons
2016 Black and White Stripes: The Juventus Story Narrator F. Murray Abraham

Video games

Year Title Role(s) Original actor Ref
2012 Call of Duty: Black Ops II Raul Menendez Kamar de los Reyes [50]

Awards and nominations

Academy Awards
N/A 1
David di Donatello
6 5
Nastro d'Argento
6 6

Academy Awards

Year Category Nominated work Outcome
1977 Best Actor Seven Beauties Nominated

David di Donatello

Year Category Nominated work Outcome
1972 Best Actor The Seduction of Mimi Won
1984 Where's Picone? Won
1989 'O Re Nominated
1990 Dark Illness Nominated
1994 Best Supporting Actor Giovanni Falcone Nominated
1995 Like Two Crocodiles Won
1996 Best Actor Palermo - Milan One Way Nominated
Celluloide Won
2000 Golden Plate Won
2002 Best Actor I Love You Eugenio Won
2003 Best Supporting Actor Incantato Nominated

Nastro d'Argento

Year Category Nominated work Outcome
1971 Best Supporting Actor The Pizza Triangle Nominated
1973 Best Actor The Seduction of Mimi Won
1974 The Sensual Man Nominated
Love and Anarchy Won
1984 Where's Picone? Nominated
1989 'O Re Nominated
1991 Best Supporting Actor The Amusements of Private Life Nominated
Best Actor Dark Illness Nominated
1994 Best Male Dubbing Carlito's Way Won
1999 Best Supporting Actor The Dinner Won
Best Actor The Room of the Scirocco Won
2001 Best Supporting Actor Hannibal Won

Film festivals

Festival Year Category Nominated work Outcome
Cannes Film Festival 1973 Best Actor Love and Anarchy Won
Capri Hollywood International Film Festival 2003 Legend Award Won
Giffoni Film Festival 2013 François Truffaut Award Won
Kineo Awards 2008 Best Actor Milano Palermo - Il ritorno Nominated
Locarno Festival 2014 Excellence Award Won
Los Angeles Italia Film Festival 1999 Outstanding Achievement in Film Won
Milan Film Festival 2002 Lifetime Achievement Award Won
Newport Beach Film Festival Best Actor I Love You Eugenio Won
Primavera del Cinema Italiano Festival 2009 Career Award Won
San Sebastián International Film Festival 1973 Best Actor Sono stato io Won
Taormina Film Fest 1989 Career Charybdis Won
2001 Taormina Arte Award Won
2007 Won
Viareggio EuropaCinema 1998 Platinum Award for Cinematic Excellence Won

Other awards

Institution Year Category Nominated work Outcome
Ciak D'Oro 1996 Best Supporting Actor Like Two Crocodiles Won
Fangoria Chainsaw Award 2002 Hannibal Nominated
Flaiano Prize Career Award for Cinema Won
Giffoni Film Festival 2013 François Truffaut Award Won
Globo D'Oro 1973 Best Actor The Seduction of Mimi Won
1974 Sono stato io Won
1989 'O Re Won
1997 The Border Nominated
1999 Milonga Won
2010 Career Award Won



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