Famous Italian Directors
Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor, Director, Producer, Screenwriter / 1952 -
Roberto Benigni is an Italian actor, director and producer best known for his 1997 Oscar winning film La Vita e Bella (Life is Beautiful).
Vittorio de Sica
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profile name: Federico Fellini profile occupation: Director
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profile name: Vittorio de Sica profile occupation: Film Actor, Director
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