Giulio Bosetti

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Giulio Bosetti
Born (1930-12-26)December 26, 1930
Bergamo, Italy
Died December 24, 2009(2009-12-24) (aged 78)
Milan, Italy
Cause of death
Cancer
Nationality Italian
Occupation Actor
Years active 1960-2008
Giulio Bosetti

Giulio Bosetti (December 26, 1930 in Bergamo – December 24, 2009 in Milan) was an Italian actor and director.

Career[edit]

Giulio Bosetti appeared in film, on television and on stage over 30 times. In 1972, he narrated the television special La vita di Leonardo Da Vinci. The biography succeeded in winning a Golden Globe for Best TV Special, and Bosetti was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Continued performance by an Actor in a Leading Role.

One of his last works was Il Divo, in which he portrayed the journalist Eugenio Scalfari. The film deals with the life of Italy's Giulio Andreotti, a man elected Prime Minister by Parliament seven times since it was established in 1946. [1]

Death[edit]

Giulio Bosetti died two days short of his 79th birthday in Milan from cancer.[2]

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