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Federico Fellini
Birthday: January 20, 1920

Birth Place: Rimini, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Height: 5' 1"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Federico Fellini. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



The women who both attracted and frightened him and an Italy dominated in his youth by Mussolini and Pope Pius XII - inspired the dreams that Fellini started recording in notebooks in the 1960s. Life and dreams were raw material for his films. His native Rimini and characters like Saraghina (the devil herself said the priests who ran his school) - and the Gambettola farmhouse of his paternal grandmother would be remembered in several films. His traveling salesman father Urbano Fellini showed up in Dolce vita, La (1960) and 8½ (1963). His mother Ida Barbiani was from Rome and accompanied him there in 1939. He enrolled in the University of Rome. Intrigued by the image of reporters in American films, he tried out the real life role of journalist and caught the attention of several editors with his caricatures and cartoons and then started submitting articles. Several articles were recycled into a radio series about newlyweds "Cico and Pallina". Pallina was played by acting student Giulietta Masina, who became his real life wife from October 30, 1943, until his death half a century later. The young Fellini loved vaudeville and was befriended in 1940 by leading comedian Aldo Fabrizi. Roberto Rossellini wanted Fabrizi to play Don Pietro in Roma, città aperta (1945) and made the contact through Fellini. Fellini worked on that film's script and is on the credits for Rosselini's Paisà (1946). On that film he wandered into the editing room, started observing how Italian films were made (a lot like the old silent films with an emphasis on visual effects, dialogue dubbed in later). Fellini in his mid-20s had found his life's work.

Movie Credits
Voce della luna, La (1990)
[ Roberto Benigni ]
Intervista (1987)
[ Marcello Mastroianni ]
Ginger e Fred (1986)
[ Marcello Mastroianni ][ Francesco Casale ]
E la nave va (1983)
Città delle donne, La (1980)
[ Marcello Mastroianni ]
Prova d'orchestra (1978)
Casanova di Federico Fellini, Il (1976)
[ Donald Sutherland ]
Amarcord (1973)
Roma (1972)
Clowns, I (1971)
Fellini - Satyricon (1969)
Sweet Charity (1969)
[ Bud Cort ][ Ricardo Montalban ][ Sammy Davis Jr. ][ Ben Vereen ]
Block-notes di un regista (1969)
Histoires extraordinaires (1968)
[ Terence Stamp ][ Vincent Price ][ Peter Fonda ][ Alain Delon ][ Ray Charles ]
Giulietta degli spiriti (1965)
[ Marcello Mastroianni ]
Boccaccio '70 (1962)
[ Tomas Milian ]
Dolce vita, La (1960)
[ Marcello Mastroianni ][ Lex Barker ]
Fortunella (1958)
Notti di Cabiria, Le (1957)
Bidone, Il (1955)
Strada, La (1954)
[ Anthony Quinn ]
Amore in città, L' (1953)
Vitelloni, I (1953)
Europa '51 (1952)
Sceicco bianco, Lo (1952)
Brigante di Tacca del Lupo, Il (1952)
Cameriera bella presenza offresi... (1951)
Città si difende, La (1951)
Cammino della speranza, Il (1950)
Francesco, giullare di Dio (1950)
Luci del varietà (1950)
In nome della legge (1949)
Amore, L' (1948)
Mulino del Po, Il (1948)
Senza pietà (1948)
Delitto di Giovanni Episcopo, Il (1947)
Passatore, Il (1947)
Paisà (1946)
Chi l'ha visto? (1945)
Roma, città aperta (1945)
Tutta la città canta (1945)
Ultima carrozzella, L' (1943)
Apparizione (1943)
Campo de' fiori (1943)
Cavalieri del deserto, I (1942)
Quarta pagina (1942)
Avanti c'è posto... (1942)
Pirata sono io!, Il (1940)
Lo vedi come sei... Lo vedi come sei? (1939)
Imputato alzatevi! (1939)


  • Inspired the word "Felliniesque"
  • Worked as a circus clown.
  • One of his first writing jobs was the Italian language script for the Flash Gordon comic strip.
  • He was a big fan of Stan Lee and Marvel Comics (publishers of superhero comics like Spiderman and the Hulk.)
  • In 1966, he abandoned his planned film project "The Journey of G. Mastorna". In 1990, the storyline for the film was later adapted into a graphic novel entitled "Trip to Tulum: From a Script for a Film Idea", illustrated by Milo Manara.
  • He was the inspiration and his voice was sampled for the album "Fellini Days" (released in 2001) by former Marillion singer Fish.
  • The term "paparazzi" comes from a character named Paparazzo in his film, Dolce vita, La (1960), who is a journalist photographing celebrities.
  • Died on the same day as actor River Phoenix.
  • He had a bombastic, short-tempered personality when shooting films, a personality he made no attempt to hide when cameras were on him.
  • Was voted the 10th Greatest Director of all time by Entertainment Weekly.
  • Biography in: John Wakeman, editor. "World Film Directors, Volume Two, 1945-1985". Pages 330-341. New York: The H.W. Wilson Company, 1988.
  • His movies Strada, La (1954), Notti di Cabiria, Le (1957), 8½ (1963) and Amarcord (1973) were Oscar-nominated for "Best Foreign Language Film". All 4 movies won.
  • The main character, Guido Contini, in the Maury Yetson musical "Nine", is inspired by Fenilli.
  • Was an admirer of director Ken Russell's work.
  • The Broadway musical "Sweet Charity" was inspired by Fellini's Oscar winning film, "Nights of Cabiria."

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