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Nino Pavese
Nino Pavese - Il mulino del Po.jpg
Born(1904-04-10)10 April 1904
Asti, Italy
Died21 December 1979(1979-12-21) (aged 75)
Rome, Italy
OccupationActor, voice actor
Years active1936-1979
Spouse(s)
Jolanda Peghin
(m. 1930)
ChildrenPaila Pavese
RelativesLuigi Pavese (brother)

Nino Pavese (10 April 1904 – 21 December 1979) was an Italian actor and voice actor.[1]

Biography

Born in Asti and the younger brother of actor and voice actor Luigi Pavese, he began his career on stage with a theatrical troupe in the early 1930s before moving on to cinema. Pavese appeared in over 49 films between 1936 and 1973.[2] He made his debut film appearance in the 1936 film The Two Sergeants directed by Enrico Guazzoni. Pavese was often typically cast as villains in dramatic or adventure films.

In addition to working as a screen actor, Pavese was also a popular dubbing artist.[3] He usually dubbed the voices of James Cagney, Steve Cochran, Albert Dekker, Bruce Cabot, Anthony Caruso, Conrad Veidt, and many more in most of their films. He also dubbed his brother’s voice in the 1954 film Farewell, My Beautiful Lady. In his animated roles, Pavese voiced George Darling in the Italian dub of Peter Pan.

Pavese married Jolanda Peghin in 1930. Their daughter Paila is also a voice actress.

Selected filmography

References

  1. ^ "Nino Pavese's dubbing contributions". Antoniogenna.net. Retrieved 29 September 2018.
  2. ^ "Nino Pavese". MyMovies. Retrieved 30 November 2019.
  3. ^ Cronologia fondamentale dell'epoca d'oro del doppiaggio italiano Dagli albori agli anni 1970 (in Italian)

External links

Media related to Nino Pavese at Wikimedia Commons

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