11 September 1917|
|Died||29 January 1998
Ugo Bologna (11 September 1917 – 29 January 1998) was an Italian actor and voice actor.
Born in Milan, the son of a municipal employee and a housewife, in 1936 Bologna started working as a primary school teacher, and in 1939 he attended the course for cadet officers in the occupied Pula. A soldier during World War II, he was wounded during a battle, and then received a bronze medal for military valor.
In 1950 he decided to give up his teaching profession and devote himself to acting. After enrolling an acting course under Isabella Riva he made his stage debut with the Fantasio Piccoli's company. Even if mostly cast in character roles, Bologna was one of the most active actors in Italian cinema in 1970s and 1980s, usually in comedic roles.