Mario Marenco Bio
Mario Marenco 9 September 1933 17 March 2019 ) was an actor , designer , architect and humorist Italian . He created and personified characters such as Colonel Buttiglione , Sgarambona, Riccardino, Spanish astronaut Raimundo Navarro, Dr. Anemo Carlone, Professor Aristogitone, Verzo, Ida Lo Nigro, the poet Marius Marenco and many others. He was the author of various television programs, often in the company of Renzo Arbore and Gianni Boncompagni .
He graduated in architecture in 1957, in Naples , obtaining research scholarships in Stockholm and Chicago . In 1960 he opened his own architecture and design atelier: Studio DEGW, based in Rome .
He collaborated with the most important Italian car manufacturers for the realization of their exhibition stands.
Prior to his television debut in 1972 with Cochi and Renato and Enzo Jannacci in the program The Good and the Bad , he achieved success in 1970 with the radio program Alto gradimentowritten with Giorgio Bracardi and conducted by the Arbore and Boncompagni. It was Mr Ramengo in The other Sunday , a weird envoy who shouted “Carmine!” After each report. He was the protagonist of the Odeon and L’uovo and the cube programs . In the eighties he participated in several television shows, including Sotto le stelle(by Magalli, Minellono, Marenco and Boncompagni) where it was produced in Prof. Aristogitone and in several other sketches, and Back all! where he played the character of the child Riccardino.
Sporadically he worked for the cinema , bringing his specks to the big screen; it was also directed by Dino Risi in a couple of television works [ no source ] . He wrote several humorous books published by Rizzoli , including The scarafo in brodazza , From our special envoy , Los putanados , Stupefax and The cuaderno poems .
Marenco died on March 17, 2019, at the age of 85, at the Policlinico Agostino Gemelli in Rome where he was hospitalized due to the worsening of his state of health.
Jese Bal born Nov 9, 1982, is a novelist and poet. He has published novels, volumes of poetry, short stories, and drawings. His works are distinguished by the use of a spare style and have been compared to those of Jorge Luis Borges and Italo Calvino.