Guido Alberti was an independently wealthy industrialist, whose father had built a nougat and wine business of which Guido became chairman of the board in the 1950's. He grew interested in acting and, after his official debut in Fellini's 8 1/2, grew more and more in demand through the cycles of the Italian film business. He even found himself cast in a few American productions such as BOBBY DEERFIELD and SAVING GRACE. He married a famous astrologer Lucia Alberti who died the year before him in 1995.
|1||The Decameron (1971)||Musciatto, wealthy merchant||6|
|2||Casanova '70 (1965)||Monsignore||-|
|3||Hands Over the City (1963)||Maglione||-|
|4||The Executioner (1963)||Director de la prisión||9|
|5||8½ (1963)||Pace, il produttore||8|