In 1948 Mastroianni received his first film role (other than as an extra) in I Miserabili. From then on he went from strength to strength, soon moving international. He is famously known for starring opposite Sophia Loren with whom he worked on 10 films in all.
Mastroianni was married to actress Flora Carabella in 1948 until his death in 1996. They had one child, Barbara. He also had a daughter, Chiara Mastroianni, with French actress and his long time lover in the 70s, Catherine Deneuve.
He had one brother, Ruggero Mastoianni, who was a film editor.
At his bedside when he died were both his daughters, his former lover, Catherine Deneuve and his partner at the time, Anna Maria Tatò. Following his death the Trevi Fountain in Rome was turned off and draped in black.
- La Dolce Vita (1960)
- La Notte (1962)
- 8½ (1963)
- Matrimonio all'Italiana (1964)
- La Grande Bouffe (1973)
- Prêt-à-Porter (1994)
The video clip shows the most famous scene from La Dolce Vita where Anita Ekberg plays in the Trevi Fountain with Mastroianni.
Awards & Nominations
- 1990 - honorary Golden Lion
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