Vincenzo ‘Enzo’ Consoli was born on July 19, 1939 in Catania, Sicily, Italy. Enzo main activity in the world of cinema was that of a character actor and one of the most interesting works we can mention that he participated in was the film “Lupin, l'incorreggibile Lupin” (1984) directed by Yuzo Aoki where he played the part of the L'isp. He was also the Italian voice of Koichi Zenigata.
In 1984, he also worked with Hayao Miyazaki for the making of the film “Il fiuto di Sherlock Holmes” where he played the part of Inspector Lestrade. Consoli appeared in only one Euro-western “If You Want to Live... Shoot!” (1968).
Later Consoli became a full-time Italian voice dubber for cartoons and TV series. He devoted time during his final years writing novels and plays.
Enzo died on February 15, 2007 in Rome.
Today we remember Enzo Consoli on what would have been his 75th birthday.
Zenigata is L'Ispettore.ReplyDelete
Anyway, he shared the role of "Zaza" with Marcello Prando.ReplyDelete