Marcello was nominated for an Oscar in 1978 for best leading actor in the movie Giomata particolare, Una in 1977.
Marcello died of pancreatic cancer in Paris, Ile-de-France, France.
Marcello played in Viagem ao Principop do Mundo (1997) as the character Manoel.
Marcello was nominated for an Oscar in 1978 for best leading actor in the movie Giomata particolare,Una in 1977.
In 1963 Marcello was also nominated for best actor in a leading role in Divozio.
Marcello won the Bafta Film Award in 1963 for Best Foreign Actor.
In 1993 Marcello won the Honorary C'esar award in France.
1997 brought Marcello another award known as the David di Donatello Award.
In 1986 Marcello won the Golden Medal of the City of Rome.
The Venice Film Festival awarded Marcello the Volpi Cup for best actor in 1989 and won the Best supporting actor in 1993.
Donald Dewey wrote a biography on Marcello titled, Marcello Mastroianni His Life and Art. published by Birch Lane Press in 1993.
Marcello had done 3 pictorial's for Playboy Magazine in 1979,1973 and 1983.
Marcello was on the cover of Los Domingos de ABC in Spain in 1968.
In 1970 Marcello won best actor award for Drama in the movie titled Della Gelosia.
Federico Fellini directed many of Marcello's films and told him one day that he hired him because he has a terribly ordinary face.
From 1971 to 1975 Marcello was extremely close to the actress Catherine Deneuve. She was at his bedside when he dies. Also there was Chiara Mastroianni his daughter.
Marcello was most often cast in the role of Latin Lovers.
Marcello has a brother named Ruggero.
Marcello was born to Chiara Mastroianni and Barbara Mastroianni.
Marcello: (on his views of women) Woman is the sun, an extraordinary creature, one that makes the imagination gallop. Woman is also the element of conflict. With whom do you argue? With a woman, of course. Not with a friend, because he accepted all your defects the moment he found you. Besides, woman is mother-have we forgotten?
Marcello: (Talking about actors) Theater actors like to change character roles. They don't like to always do the same thing.
Marcello: (talking about himself) I made theater very important in the beginning of my career.
Marcello: In an interview) To play Tarzan - at my age, with a big belly; even Cheetah with white hair. We've had enough strong and beautiful Tarzans! - at 60
Marcello: (In another interview when asked about his sex life) I am not a sex addict.
Marcello: Each year we look for a big name that is attractive to the public and pleasant for the girls.
Marcello: (When was asked why he looked like he was having fun when he made his movies and appeared on TV) I don't understand why these Americans have to suffer so much to identify with their characters. Me, I just get up there and act. It's great fun. There's no suffering in it.
Marcello: (When asked what keeps him going in his theatrical endeavors) In front of a camera, I feel solid, satisfied. Away from it I am empty, confused.
Marcello: (about his success). They come for you in the morning in a limousine; they take you to the studio; they stick a pretty girl in your arms... They call that a profession? Come on!