Giorgio Mariuzzo was born on July 7, 1939 in Venice, Veneto, Italy. He has worked with directors such as Lucio Fulci, for which he wrote the cult “...E tu vivrai nel terrore! L'aldilà” (1981), “Luca il contrabbandiere” (1980) and “Quella villa accanto al cimitero (1981)”.
As a director he has directed four films, the best known of which is the violent spaghetti western “Apache Woman (1976) under the alias George McRoots. Since the late 1980s he’s worked mostly in television, designing and writing a number of series and successful dramas such as ‘Linda e il brigadiere’, ‘Mio figlio ha 70 anni’, and ‘Enrico Mattei - L'uomo che guardava al futuro’.
Today we celebrate Giorgio Mariuzzo’s 75th birthday.