Maurizio Bonuglia was born in Rome, Lazio, Italy. Bonuglia appeared from 1968 to 1977 as a supporting actor in several artistic, unassuming, but commercially successful movies. He also proved to be a beneficial addition in Luchino Visconti's “Ludwig II” (1972). Maurizio left the business in 1977 only to return after an almost ten-year break, he returned in 1986 for roles in “Foxtrap” and “The Messenger”. After another ten year break he returned one final time to write and direct the 1997 film “Notti di paura” starring John Savage.
Bonuglia’s Euro-western activity was limited to appearances in two films: “El Puro” (1969) as Dolph and “Brothers Blue” (1971) as Frank.
BONUGLIA, Maurizio [1943, Rome, Lazio, Italy - ] - director, screenwriter.
El Puro - 1969 (Dolph)
Brothers Blue - 1971 (Frank)