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Pino Caruso
Caruso in The Sunday Woman (1975)
Giuseppe Caruso

(1934-10-12)12 October 1934
Palermo, Italy
Died7 March 2019(2019-03-07) (aged 84)[citation needed]
Rome, Italy

Giuseppe Caruso (12 October 1934 – 7 March 2019[citation needed]), best known as Pino Caruso, was an Italian actor, author and television personality.

Life and career

Caruso was born in Palermo, Sicily and debuted as a dramatic stage actor in his home town in 1957. In 1965 he moved to Rome and entered the theatre company "Il Bagaglino". He gained great popularity taking part in several RAI variety shows such as Che domenica amici (1968), Gli amici della domenica (1970), Teatro 10 (1971),Dove sta Zazà (1973), Mazzabubù (1975), Due come noi (1979).

Caruso was the president of the Italian Actors Union from 1979 to 1989.[1]

From 1995 to 1997, upon appointment by Palermo Mayor Leoluca Orlando, Caruso planned and directed Palermo in scena, a two-months artistic and theatrical Festival (held from 14 July to 14 September).[2] In 2001, the Extraordinary Commissioner of the city Ettore Serio called Caruso to repeat the experience.[3]

Since 1976 Caruso also collaborated regularly with newspapers and magazines, being columnist among others for daily newspapers Il Mattino, Il Messaggero, Paese Sera, L'Avanti, Il Tempo, La Sicilia.[4] He was also author of numerous books, ranging from various genres.

He took part in approximately 30 films, debuting as director in 1977 with the film Ride bene chi ride ultimo.

He was married to stage actress Marilisa Ferzetti and was the father of the voice actor Francesco Caruso.[4] He was a life-long vegetarian.[5]

Selected filmography


  • L'uomo comune, 1985, Novecento
  • I delitti di via della Loggia, 1991, Novecento
  • Il diluvio universale. Acqua passata, 1995, Novecento
  • L'uomo comune (edizione rinnovata), 2005, Marsilio
  • Il silenzio dell'ultima notte, 2009, Flaccovio editore
  • Appartengo a una generazione che deve ancora nascere (aforismi storie, personaggi e ragionamenti sullo stato attuale del mondo), 2014, ERI-RAI (Mondadori)
  • Il senso dell'umorismo è l'espressione più alta della serietà (aforismi storie, personaggi e ragionamenti sullo stato attuale del mondo), 2017, Alpes editore
  • Se si scopre che sono onesto, nessuno si fiderà più di me (aforismi storie, personaggi e ragionamenti sullo stato attuale del mondo), 2017, Alpes editore


  1. ^ Fumarola, Silvia (17 June 1989). "L'accordo con la Rai è fatto ma divide il sindacato attori". La Repubblica. Retrieved 29 September 2011.
  2. ^ Di Mauro, Nicola. "Il teatro è un museo, la tv è senza qualità". Il Nostro Tempo. Retrieved 29 September 2011.
  3. ^ Laura, Nobile (30 March 2001). "Caruso, il gran ritorno a 'Palermo di scena'". La Repubblica. Retrieved 29 September 2011.
  4. ^ a b "La pagina di PINO CARUSO". Antonio Genna. Retrieved 29 October 2011.
  5. ^ Fabio Vento, Lucia Russo (4 April 2011). "La Palermo Vegetariana intervista Pino Caruso". La Palermo Vegetariana. Archived from the original on 21 August 2017. Retrieved 30 October 2011.

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