Vito Scotti Overview:

Character actor, Vito Scotti, was born Vito Giusto Scozzari on Jan 26, 1918 in San Francisco, CA. Scotti died at the age of 78 on Jun 5, 1996 in Woodland Hills, CA and was laid to rest in Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, Los Angeles County, CA.



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Señor Sánchez: But I would like for us to have dinner one of these nights... candlelight, soft guitars...
Stephanie: Will you bring your wife?
Señor Sánchez: My wife? You will not like her... nobody likes her...

Señor Sánchez: This I cannot understand. If I am a married man, it is my problem. What has it got to do with you? I would not be prejudiced if you were married.

(as Igor and Miss Dickenson are still dancing!)
Señor Sánchez: I should have brought my wife!

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Vito Scotti Facts
Big at playing unsympathetic types such as snobs, loudmouths and bullies, he was known for his resourceful portrayals of various ethnic types. Of Italian heritage, he was seen playing everything from a Mexican bandit and Russian doctor to a Japanese sailor.

Once worked nightclubs as a stand-up magician and mime. On the '60s "The Dick Van Dyke show" he once guested as a house painter who performed magic tricks.

In addition to his accomplishments as an actor, he was highly regarded as a chef. Two generations of Hollywood's top names always left his dinner parties raving about the food and wine.

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