Enrico Glori

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Enrico Glori
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Glori in Department Store (1939)
Enrico Musy

(1901-08-03)3 August 1901
Died22 April 1966(1966-04-22) (aged 64)
Rome, Italy
Years active1934–1963
SpouseGianna Pacetti
Children Gianni Musy
RelativesStella Musy (granddaughter)
Mascia Musy (granddaughter)

Enrico Musy, better known as Enrico Glori (3 August 1901 22 April 1966) was an Italian actor.



Born in Naples to a wealthy family of French origin, Glori became an actor in his thirties. He spent most of his time in France where he eventually made his film debut in the 1934 film Street Without a Name directed by Pierre Chenal. He starred in many other French films for the next three years until he was called back to Italy in 1937 after finishing his work on several films which includes The Former Mattia Pascal . [1]

Glori was often known for his portrayal of villainous, sadistic and treacherous characters in most of his movies through the late 1930s and early 1940s. He appeared in over 126 films between 1934 and 1963, most of which were directed by Raffaello Matarazzo, Vittorio De Sica, Michelangelo Antonioni, Alberto Lattuada and many more. Glori's son Gianni was also an actor.

Glori retired in 1963, and died three years later after suffering from health problems.

Selected filmography

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