The actor Roberto Nobile died, farewell to Parmesan of the Police District

The actor Roberto Nobile died, farewell to Parmesan of the Police District

Actor Roberto Nobile, known to cinema and television audiences for a number of popular roles, from Parmesan in the Police Precinct to Professor Mortillaro in the film La Scuola, has died at the age of 75.

The actor Roberto Nobile died farewell to Parmesan of the

Is dead Robert Nobile, well-known actor and popular face in the world of cinema and television series, especially for the roles of Antonio Parmesan in the police district and Nicolo Zito Commissioner Montalbano. The news of his death was brought by Il Corriere della Città in those hours. The actor died in Rome at the age of 75, he was born in Verona in 1947 but came from the Ragusa family.

The career in cinema, from Nanni Moretti to Tornatore

Many works throughout his career for which Roberto Nobile is recognized and loved by the general public. The actor has worked for many prominent directors such as Gianni Amelio, Giuseppe Tornatore, Michele Placido, Nanni Moretti and Ermanno Olmi and has taken part in some important international productions. On the big screen, he had a long association with Nanni Moretti, for whom he worked on the films Caro Diario, Son’s Room and Habemus Papam. He has also worked on titles that have become cult Italian cinema such as The school1999 film directed by Daniele Luchetti in which he was the Professor Mortillaroin addition to participating in the cast of films as well known as Chaos Calmo, Tickets, Stanno Tutti bene and Giovanni Falcone, a 1993 film starring Michele Placido that tells the story of the judge killed by the mafia a year earlier.

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The television, from La Piovra to Il Commissario Montalbano

For television, he participated in some of the products that most characterized the Italian series. Out of The octopusin the seventh and eighth seasons, to Il Commissario Montalbano, in transit Last, police district, Don Matteo and Nero Wolfe. Recent works on the small screen have been Squadra Mobile in 2015, the mini-series Kissed by the Sun in 2016, Maltese in 2018 and The Devil’s Watches, Mediaset series starring Giorgio Pasotti in 2020, which is his latest in every sense I work on the set. However, he had never given up the theater. In recent months he had directed The Stories of the World, based on Ovid’s Metamorphoses.