Bruno Zanin and Alvaro Vitali – Signed Photo – Amarcord (Signed for Charity Numbered Limited Edition)

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Foto poster con autografo di Bruno Zanin e Alvaro Vitali.

This is a limited edition print run of 10 sequentially numbered copies. This is photo number 5 of 10.

Bruno Zanin added his character’s name to the signature.

Dimension: 20,8 Cm x 29,5 Cm (Appr.) – 8×12 Inches (Appr.)

Movie: Amarcord (1973)

Date and Place of Signing (Alvaro Vitali): May 19, 2024 in Vogogna, VB (Italy)

This is not a vintage photo or old one. This photo is new, printed and signed in recent years and the signature is original.

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Bruno Zanin (9 April 1951 – 7 July 2024) was an Italian film, theatre, and TV actor and writer.
Life and career
Child of farmers and the sixth of seven brothers, Zanin studied at a school run by priests up to the age of fourteen when an event occurred that made him leave (detailed in his novel, Nobody Must Know). After a life on the road including time in jail, he became an actor by accident when Federico Fellini chose him among thousands of young men for the role of Titta in the film Amarcord. He went on to appear in numerous films, theatre plays and television series with Italian and foreign filmmakers such as Giuseppe Ferrara, Marco Tullio Giordana, Giuliano Montaldo, Franco Brusati, Luigi Faccini, Lucian Pintilie and Lina Wertmüller. In the theatre, he has worked with Giorgio Strehler, Luca Ronconi, Marco Sciaccaluga, Gianfranco De Bosio, Sandro Sequi, and Alfredo Arias, appearing chiefly in Venetian language plays by Goldoni but also in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. In 2007 he published his first novel, an autobiographical work titled Nobody Must Know. The book obtained special mention at the Città di Latisana per il Nord Est, an Italian literary awards event. The novel was published in Spanish by Trotta editorial (Madrid) as Que no se entere nadie. Zanin had two sons, Francesco and Fiorenzo. He lived in a log cabin in the woods at Vanzone con San Carlo, a mountain village below Monte Rosa, Piedmont. Zanin died on 7 July 2024.
Alvaro Vitali (born 3 February 1950) is an Italian actor. He was an electrician until he was discovered by Federico Fellini and played a small part in Satyricon (1969), which led to other roles, notably in the movie Amarcord (1973). In the 1970s, Vitali became one of the most charismatic actors in the commedia erotica all’italiana (erotic comedy) genre. He was very popular in Spain as well. He recently worked for the satirical TV show Striscia la notizia in a parody of Ferrari manager Jean Todt. He considers himself Roman Catholic.

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