Luigi Diberti

A veteran Italian actor with over 100 film and television credits to his name, Luigi Diberti is best known for his starring role in "Magnificat. " Born in Turin, Diberti got started relatively late in cinema, with his ... Read more »
Born: 09/29/1939 in Turin, IT

Filmography

Actor (28)

Wild Blood 2008 (Movie)

Cardi (Actor)

Saturno Contro 2007 (Movie)

(Actor)

Tartarughe sul Dorso 2004 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Last Kiss 2002 (Movie)

Emilio (Actor)

En vacances 2000 (Movie)

Fabrizio Bertini (Actor)

Tobia al caffe 2000 (Movie)

(Actor)

Guardami 1999 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Stendhal Syndrome 1999 (Movie)

Inspector Manetti (Actor)

Roseanna's Grave 1997 (Movie)

Capestro (Actor)

Va' Dove ti Porta il Cuore 1996 (Movie)

(Actor)

Isotta 1995 (Movie)

Isotta's Father (Actor)

Immortal Beloved 1994 (Movie)

Franz Josef Guicciardi (Actor)

Nemici D'Infanzia 1994 (Movie)

Paolo's Father (Actor)

Magnificat 1993 (Movie)

Lord of Malfole (Actor)

Policemen 1993 (Movie)

Berardi (Actor)

Il Segreto 1990 (Movie)

(Actor)

Last Momemt 1988 (Movie)

(Actor)

Un Altare per la Madre 1986 (Movie)

(Actor)

Love Story 1985 (Movie)

Father (Actor)

Arrivano i miei 1982 (Movie)

(Actor)

The Mystery of Oberwald 1980 (Movie)

Felix--Duke of Willenstein (Actor)

La Brace dei Biassoli 1979 (Movie)

Andrea Tobino (Actor)

Seven Notes in Black 1978 (Movie)

(Actor)

Mogliamante 1976 (Movie)

(Actor)

Tutto a Posto e Niente In Ordine 1973 (Movie)

Gigi (Actor)

La Classe Operaia Va In Paradise 1971 (Movie)

Bassi (Actor)

Ritorno 1971 (Movie)

Andrea (Actor)

Gli Ordini Sono Ordini 1970 (Movie)

(Actor)

Biography

A veteran Italian actor with over 100 film and television credits to his name, Luigi Diberti is best known for his starring role in "Magnificat. " Born in Turin, Diberti got started relatively late in cinema, with his first role coming in his late 30s in the 1968 film "The Visionaries." He then had a supporting role in the 1971 drama "Metello," which was named that year's top Italian film and won acclaim at the Cannes Film Festival. He had high billing in the 1971 drama "The Working Class Goes to Heaven" and appeared with Giancarlo Giannini in Lina Wertmüller's social-class comedy "The Seduction of Mimi," another favorite at Cannes. He had a starring role in the French production "Handsome Face" in '72 and played Ceccarelli, a taxi driver, in "Libera, amore mio..." ("Libera, My Love") with Claudia Cardinale in 1975. Another supporting role came in the comedic drama "Wifemistress" in '77, and in '88 he worked with veteran Italian director Pupi Avati on "The Last Minute." He worked with Avati again on the drama "Magnificat" as the star of the film, which won Avati a 1993 Golden Palm nomination at Cannes. Other credits include playing Monsignor Vincenzo in the BBC horror mini-series "Apparitions" and Inspector Manetti in the 1996 Dario Argento thriller "The Stendhal Syndrome."

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