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Vittorio Guerrieri (born December 23, 1958) is an Italian actor and voice actor, known for being the official dubber of Ben Stiller.

Born in Rome, Guerrieri made his acting debut at the age of nine on the television show Lazarillo, as well as making an appearance in the 1977 film A Special Day. As a voice actor, Guerrieri serves as the official Italian voice of Ben Stiller, as well as dubbing John Corbett, Steve Carell, Owen Wilson, Charles Martin Smith, Steve Zahn and Joseph Fiennes. He also dubbed Matthew Fox in Lost as well as Jason Bateman in Arrested Development.

In Guerrieri’s animated roles, he voiced Squit in the Italian dub of Animaniacs as well as Freakazoid in the Italian dub of the series of the same name. He has also performed Italian voice dubbing roles in anime productions.

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Vittorio Guerrieri

Vittorio Guerrieri Biography / Wiki

NameVittorio Guerrieri
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Known ForActing
Place of BirthRome, Lazio, Italy
Date of Birth1958-12-23
Age(as in 2022)63

Vittorio Guerrieri Acting Movies

Movie NameCharacterRelease DateOverview
A Special DayUmberto Taberi1977-08-11In Rome, fascist supporter Emanuele attends a parade commemorating Adolf Hitler’s historic meeting with Italian leader Benito Mussolini, leaving his a…
AmnèsiaFelipe (voice)2002-03-15In the Spanish island of Ibiza, porn filmmaker Sandro and Angelino, the manager of a beachside watering hole, find their very different lives overlapp…

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