Alvaro Vitali (Italian pronunciation: [alˈvaːro viˈtaːli]; born 3 February 1950) is an Italian actor. He was an electrician until he was discovered by Federico Fellini and played a small part in Satyricon (1969), it led to other roles, notably in the movie Amarcord (1973), becoming the only actor in the world who participated in four Fellini films. In the 1970s, Vitali became one of the most charismatic actors in the commedia erotica all'italiana (erotic comedy) genre. He was very popular in Spain as well. He recently worked for the satirical TV show Striscia la notizia in a parody of Ferrari manager Jean Todt.
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