• Marcello  Mastroianni

    Marcello Mastroianni Awards

    Born on September 28th, 1924

    From Fontana Liri, Italy

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Used People

Relatives, their problems and a secret admirer overwhelm a Jewish widow (Shirley MacLaine) in 1969 Queens, N.Y.

Golden Globe (1993)
Nominated
Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy
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What Time Is It?

Marcello (Marcello Mastroianni) is a wealthy and successful lawyer in Rome who equates life's luxuries with personal happiness. He travels by train to the coast to visit his son, Michele (Massimo Troisi), whom he has rarely seen since splitting with his mother. A scholar and a soldier, Michele values friends and experiences more than things. The father and son's very different lives cause friction during the day-long visit, as long-held grudges and misunderstandings stunt their communication.

Mostra del Cinema di Venezia (1989)
Won
Volpi cup for the best male performance
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Dark Eyes

Although Romano (Marcello Mastroianni) has no personal wealth, his wife, Elisa (Silvana Mangano), has more than enough money to support him, and this situation allows him to indulge in the finer things of life. While enjoying a solo spa getaway, he meets Anna (Elena Safonova) and becomes so smitten with her that he decides to follow her home to Russia, where he swears his love and promises to return. Upon reuniting with Elisa, however, Romano suddenly finds himself torn between the two women.

Nominated
Actor in a Leading Role
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A Special Day

In Rome, fascist supporter Emanuele (John Vernon) attends a parade commemorating Adolf Hitler's historic meeting with Italian leader Benito Mussolini, leaving his apolitical wife, Antonietta (Sophia Loren), to tend to household duties. Antonietta encounters a man, Gabriele (Marcello Mastroianni), who appears surprisingly nonplussed by the political event. Over the course of the day, the two forge a close friendship that will forever change their perceptions of life, love and politics.

Golden Globe (1978)
Nominated
Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama
Nominated
Actor in a Leading Role
Golden Globe (1966)
Won
Henrietta Award (World Film Favorites)
Golden Globe (1965)
Won
Henrietta Award (World Film Favorites)
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Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Director Vittorio De Sica created this trilogy of romantic comedies set in different parts of Italy, with Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni starring in each story. In Naples, poor Adelina supports her husband by selling black market cigarettes. In Milan, wealthy Anna is having an affair with poor Renzo, whose infatuation is tested by a near-tragedy. In Rome, prostitute Mara seeks the help of her client Augusto to spurn the advances of her neighbor's infatuated grandson (Giovanni Ridolfi).

British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1965)
Won
Foreign Actor
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Marriage Italian Style

When handsome, successful Domenico (Marcello Mastroianni) first meets the sexy young waif Filomena (Sophia Loren) in Naples during World War II, he is instantly smitten. Flash forward to the postwar years, and the two meet again, sparking a passionate affair that spans two decades. But when Filomena -- who has now become Domenico's kept woman and has secretly borne his children -- learns that her lover is planning to wed another, she stops at nothing to hook him into marrying her instead.

Golden Globe (1965)
Nominated
Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy
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Divorzio all'italiana

Ferdinando Cefal├╣ (Marcello Mastroianni) is desperate to marry his cousin, Angela (Stefania Sandrelli), but he is married to Rosalia (Daniela Rocca) and divorce is illegal in Italy. To get around the law, he tries to trick his wife into having an affair so he can catch her and murder her, as he knows he would be given a light sentence for killing an adulterous woman. He persuades a painter to lure his wife into an affair, but Rosalia proves to be more faithful than he expected.

British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1964)
Won
Foreign Actor
Golden Globe (1963)
Won
Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy
Nominated
Actor