Giulio Bosetti
Giulio Bosetti in 2008
Born(1930-12-26)26 December 1930
Bergamo, Italy
Died24 December 2009(2009-12-24) (aged 78)
Milan, Italy
Years active1960–2008

Giulio Bosetti (26 December 1930 – 24 December 2009) was an Italian actor and director.


Giulio Bosetti appeared in film, on television and on stage over 30 times. In 1972, he narrated the television special La vita di Leonardo da Vinci. The biography succeeded in winning a Golden Globe for Best TV Special, and Bosetti was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Continued performance by an Actor in a Leading Role.

One of his last works was Il Divo, in which he portrayed the journalist Eugenio Scalfari. The film deals with the life of Italy's Giulio Andreotti, a man elected Prime Minister by Parliament seven times since it was established in 1946. [1]


Giulio Bosetti died two days short of his 79th birthday in Milan from cancer.


Year Title Role Notes
1960 Morgan, the Pirate Sir Thomas Modyford
1962 The Seventh Sword Duke of Saavedra
1962 The Reluctant Saint Brother Orlando
1962 The Captive City Narriman
1962 Imperial Venus Camillo Borghese
1963 Gold for the Caesars Scipio
1963 Duel at the Rio Grande Capitan Gomez
1963 A Sentimental Attempt Alberto, Dino's Friend
1963 The Terrorist Ugo Ongaro
1963 The Organizer Uncredited
1965 Made in Italy Renato (segment "3 'La Donna', episode 1")
1966 Requiem for a Secret Agent Erik
1967 Un amico
1968 Rose rosse per Angelica Il Marsigliese
1980 Il ritorno di Casanova
1988 Il segreto dell'uomo solitario Cristiano
1999 Nag la bombe Abramo
2003 Incantato Dott. Gardini
2003 Good Morning, Night Paolo VI
2008 Il Divo Eugenio Scalfari (final film role)