Gianmarco Tognazzi (born 11 October 1967) is an Italian actor.
Born on 11 October 1967 in Rome, the son of actors Ugo Tognazzi and Franca Bettoia, from his youth Tognazzi attended the film sets alongside his father, debuting in a small role in Marco Ferreri's Don't Touch the White Woman! (1974). After some experiences as an assistant director, he graduated at the Institute of State for cinematography and television "Roberto Rossellini" in Rome. In 1991 he won a Grolla d'oro for his performance in Emidio Greco's Una storia semplice. He was also nominated to Nastro d'Argento twice, in 2000 as best actor for First Light of Dawn and in 2006 in the supporting actor category for Romanzo Criminale.
In the second half of 1980s Tognazzi had also some experiences as a television presenter, including the hosting of the 1989 edition of the Sanremo Music Festival.
|1984||Vacanze in America|
|Una storia semplice|
|1995||Once a Year, Every Year|
|1996||Bits and Pieces|
|1998||My Dearest Friends|
|2000||First Light of Dawn|
|2008||The Early Bird Catches the Worm|
|2009||Many Kisses Later|
|Natale a Beverly Hills|
|To Rome with Love|
|2013||A Five Star Life|
|2014||Tutta colpa di Freud|
|2016||Poveri ma ricchi|
|2019||All You Need Is Crime||Giuseppe|
|Se mi vuoi bene|
|Sono solo fantasmi||Ugo|
|2020||Divorzio a Las Vegas||Giannandrea|