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Agostino Buazzelli

(1922-09-13)13 September 1922
Frascati, Italy
Died20 October 1980(1980-10-20) (aged 58)
Rome, Italy
Years active1948–1978

Agostino "Tino" Buazzelli (13 September 1922 20 October 1980) was an Italian stage, television and film actor. He appeared in 46 films between 1948 and 1978.


After a diploma in education, Buazzelli enrolled at the Accademia d'Arte Drammatica in Rome, graduating in 1946. [1] He made his debut the following year, in the Maltagliati-Gassman stage company. [1] He made his film debut in 1948, in Riccardo Freda's Il cavaliere misterioso . [1] Buazzelli's major successes relate to theatre, notably several stage works played at the Piccolo Teatro in Milan between the 1950s and 1960s, and his performance of Brecht's Life of Galileo (1963) is referred to as the peak of his career. [1] Buazzelli had a significant television success as Nero Wolfe in a series of television films in which he starred between 1969 and 1971. [1]

Partial filmography

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  1. 1 2 3 4 5 Chiti, Roberto; Poppi, Roberto Poppi (2003). Dizionario del cinema italiano. Gli attori (in Italian). Gremese Editore. ISBN   8884402131.