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He made his debut in the theater in the mid-50s at the Piccolo Teatro in Milan under the guidance of Giorgio Strehler, in a long series of performances in both Italian and the Lombard dialect; he then entered into more and more companies in smaller but significant parts, working simultaneously on television and Radio Rai. For television, he was among the performers on the TV drama Napoleon a Sant'Elena, directed by Vittorio Cottafavi in 1973.
He made his debut in the cinema comparatively late, in 1969, under the direction of Mauro Severino, and continued his film career, with his last movie being Ginger and Fred, directed by Federico Fellini in 1985. He died on 26 April 1991 by a lingering disease that had struck him three years earlier.
- Arlecchino servitore di due padroni, by Carlo Goldoni, directed by Giorgio Strehler, in Edimburgo on 27 August 1956.
- La visita della vecchia signora, by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, directed by Strehler, played at the Piccolo Theatre in Milan, 31 January 1960.
- Così è se vi pare, by Luigi Pirandello, directed by Mario Ferrero, in theatres from 1963 to 1964.
- Mangiala (1968) - Boroni
- Vergogna schifosi (1969, directed by Mauro Severino) - Artusi - friend of Lea
- Lo chiamavano Trinità (1970, directed by E.B. Clucher) - Frank Faina / Weasel
- Una prostituta al servizio del pubblico e in regola con le leggi dello stato (1969, directed by Italo Zingarelli)
- Una lucertola con la pelle di donna (1971, directed by Lucio Fulci) - Lowell (scientific squad)
- La tarantola dal ventre nero (1971, directed by Paolo Cavara) - Masseur
- Scipione detto anche l'Africano (1971, directed by Luigi Magni) - Gaio Scribonio
- La classe operaia va in paradiso (1971, directed by Elio Petri) - Timekeeper
- Maddalena (1971, directed by Jerzy Kawalerowicz)
- Questa specie d'amore (1972, directed by Alberto Bevilacqua)
- Trinità e Sartana figli di... di Mario Siciliano (1972) - The Tiger
- Un bianco vestito per Marialé (1972, directed by Romano Scavolini) - Sebastiano
- Amore e morte nel giardino degli dei (1972, directed by Sauro Scavolini) - Martin / Psychiatrist
- Alleluja e Sartana figli di... Dio (1972, directed by Mario Siciliano) - The Wolf
- The Assassination of Matteotti (1973, directed by Florestano Vancini) - Alcide De Gasperi
- La nipote (1974, directed by Nello Rossati) - Romeo-The Doctor
- I figli di nessuno (1974, directed by Bruno Gaburro)
- Challenge to White Fang (1974, directed by Lucio Fulci) - Gambler
- Terminal (1974, directed by Paolo Brecci)
- Il tempo dell'inizio (1974, directed by Luigi Di Gianni)
- L'ingenua (1975, directed by Gianfranco Baldanello) - Cornelio
- L'invenzione di Morel (1976, directed by Emidio Greco)
- La campagnola bella (1976, directed by Luca Delli Azzeri)
- Il signor ministro li prese tutti e subito (1977, directed by Sergio Alessandrini)
- I due superpiedi quasi piatti (1977, directed by E.B. Clucher) - Bloodsucker
- La belva col mitra (1977, directed by Sergio Grieco)
- Ridendo e scherzando (1978, directed by Marco Aleandri) - Chief of carabinieri
- Atsalut pater (1979, directed by Paolo Cavara) - Avv. Carrara
- Liberté, Égalité, Choucroute (1985, directed by Jean Yanne) - Un député
- Ginger and Fred (1986, directed by Federico Fellini) - The Intellectual
- Sposerò Simon Le Bon (1986, directed by Carlo Cotti)
- Abatjour 2 (1989) - (final film role)
- Le teche Rai, la prosa televisiva dal 1954 al 2008
- Il Radiocorriere.
- Gli attori, Gremese editore Roma 2003