Liù Bosisio
Liù Bosisio
Liù Bosisio in Fantozzi (1975)
Full Name Louise Bosisio Mauri
Born (1936-01-30) January 30, 1936 (age 83)
Milan, Lombardy, Italy
Nationality Italian
Occupation Actress, Voice Actress, Writer,
Years Active 1955-present

Liù Bosisio (born January 30, 1936) is an Italian actress, voice actress and playwright primarily active through the 1960's-1980's. Bosisio was the voice of Ryu and Bloody Mary in the Italian Dub of X-Bomber.

Bosisio attended the Accademia d'Arte Drammatica from 1953 to 1955 in her hometown of Milan. Among other things, she acted on stage with the Luca Ronconi company, and was also active as a stand-up comedian.

Bosisio is known for starring as, among others, the role of Ms. Pina in the first two Fantozzi films, Fantozzi (1975) and Il secondo tragico Fantozzi (1976). She would be replaced by Milena Vukotic starting with Fantozzi contro tutti (1980), but returned to the role in Superfantozzi (1986).

As a voice actress, Bosisio is best known for her role as Marge Simpson in the Italian dub of the first 22 Seasons of The Simpsons, as well as one of the Italian voices for Charlie Brown.

An eclectic artist with a thousand interests, she once abandoned her acting career to devote her time to literature. In 1976, she wrote a play adapted from Poor Folk, the first novel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, alongside Peppino Venetucci. In 2006 she began to work for, a website for the promotion of young talent in prose, poetry and literature, later becoming chief editor.



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