Alberto Tavazzi

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Alberto Tavazzi
Born 25 March 1912
Rome, Lazio
Died 22 April 2006
Rome, Lazio
Occupation Painter
Art director
Years active 1939 - 1966 (film)

Alberto Tavazzi (1912–2006) was an Italian painter, art director and occasional actor.

From 1939 Tavazzi began working on the design and construction of film sets. He was a friend of the director Roberto Rossellini, who cast him in the title role as a Catholic Priest in his 1943 war film The Man with a Cross.[1] Tavazzi played a priest again in Rossellini's 1945 neorealist drama Rome, Open City.

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Art director[edit]



  1. ^ Bondanella p.37


  • Bondanella, Peter. The Films of Roberto Rossellini. Cambridge University Press, 1993.

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