Vittorio was one of the renowned directors in Italy. Besides being such a popular, his personal profile was low and humble. Information related to his married life and wife was not shared in the media. His nationality was Italian and his ethnicity was also guessed to be Italian.
With the completion of his higher secondary education, he joined Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome. There he majored in law, philosophy and literature. He finally earned his graduation from there in 1938. He entered into the film industry as a clapper boy and later on he began writing scripts for motion pictures. He also worked with Alessandro Blasetti and Vittorio De Sica as their assistant director. In the late 1930s, he worked in an Italian historical drama film Cardinal Messias. He began his directorial career in 1943 and later on he directed several movies like Unknown Men of San Marino, The Testimony, A Woman Has Killed and so on. He died at the end of 1998 in Anzio, Lazio, Italy. His net worth was unknown.