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LANGUAGES: English, French, ISL (Italian Sign Language), dialects Piedmontese and Pugliese.
SPORTS: swimming, tennis, soccer, jogging.

SKILLS: guitar, singing and composing music/songs.


BACKGROUND AND STUDIES
:
2013 – Dubbing workshop conducted by Riccardo Lombardo.
2010 – Acting workshop (
in French) conducted by Fabrice Perret and Thomas Moulins, Paris.
2008-2009 – Acting workshop (
in English) conducted by Donna Marrazzo, New York.
2004-2006 – Acting workshop conducted by Aldo Zampieri.
2001-2005 – "Sergio Tofano" acting school of Mario Brusa (classes taught by Roberto Freddi and Anna Bonasso), Turin.
1998 – Acting workshop (topic: "The Classical Greek Theatre") conducted by Francesca Maria Rizzotti.
1996-2006 – Acting workshops/activities with "La Bottega Teatrale del Contato del Canavese" and "Lo Zodiaco".

CINEMA:

2017 – "Toy Gun", directed by Marco Serafini, co-production Luxembourg/Belgium (Antonio - in English).

2017 – "Io e Ascanio", directed by Enzo Dino  (Ascanio - Lead Role).
2017 – "Una nuova forte primavera", directed by
Luca G. Gabriele  (man in wheelchair - Lead Role).

2016 – "Sic", directed by Michael Maschina, co-production Austria/Italy (the father - Lead Role).
2016 – "Corinth", directed by Michael Maschina, co-production Austria/Italy (Ravish - Supporting Role -
in English).

2012 – "La stagione dei gusci di noce", directed by Andry Verga.
2012 – "L'industriale", directed by Giuliano Montaldo.
2011 – "Il gioiellino", directed by Andrea Molaioli.
2010 – "Slasher", directed by James Garofalo (Franco Damasco - Lead Role).
2009 – "Agli uomini piace uccidere", directed by Pierfrancesco Laghi.
2009 – "Alla rovescia", directed by Junior Lucano (Otto - Supporting Role), special mention at the "Piemonte Movie 2010", Turin.
2009 – "La doppia ora (
The Double Hour)", directed by Giuseppe Capotondi.
2009 – "L'ultimo crodino", directed by Umberto Spinazzola.
2008 – "Resta", directed by Anna Bucchetti (Giorgio - Lead Role), Best Foreign Language Drama at the "SFWFF 2009", San Francisco.
2008 – "Resistente", directed by Ilario Blanchietti (Lead Role).
2008 – "I demoni di San Pietroburgo (
The Demons of St. Petersburg)", directed by Giuliano Montaldo.
2007 – "Moderazione", directed by Ilario Blanchietti (the consultant - Lead Role), winner at the "ABCorti Video 2007", Ivrea.
2006 – "Lettere dal Sahara (
Letters from the Sahara)", directed by Vittorio De Seta (Father Sandro - Supporting Role).
2006 – "La tempêta", directed by Marcello Vai (Giovanni Minuzzo - Supporting Role).
2005 – "Posizione pericolosa", directed by Erberto Bottasso (Pasquale Ferruzzi - Lead Role).
2003 – "Niet no nein", by A. Stevanon (the older alpino - Supporting Role), winner at the "Festival del Cortometraggio OL 2004", Rome.

TELEVISION
:

2017 – "Provaci ancora Prof! 7", Raiuno, directed by Lodovico Gasparini (Leo, the greengrocer).
2017 – "
Non uccidere 2 (Le Figlie di Maat)", Raidue, directed by Claudio Noce (Giorgio Di Petrillo, the gynecologist).

2017 – "Sacrificio d’amore", Canale 5, various directors (Filippo, the butler).

2016 – "Rocco Schiavone (Castore e Polluce)", Raidue, directed by Michele Soavi, (Giorgio Brionati - Supporting Role).
2016 – "To Be a Better Man",
Zhejiang TV/Jiangsu TV/LETV, directed by Zhang Xiaobo, (the prisoner - in English).

2015 – "Kul Senter", web-sitcom, directed by Stefano Saccotelli (Operator 126 - Lead Role).

2015 – "Alex & Co.", Disney Channel, directed by Claudio Norza (the team physician).

2015 – "La veillà delle meraviglie", Raitre Vd’A,  directed by Michele Peyretti.

2014 – "La bella e la bestia", Raiuno, directed by Fabrizio Costa (Brichot).

2014 – "Questo nostro amore 70", Raiuno, directed by Luca Ribuoli (the tobacconist).
2014 – "
Purché finisca bene (La tempesta)", Raiuno, directed by Fabrizio Costa (the doctor).
2014 – "I segreti di Borgo Larici", Canale 5, directed by Alessandro Capone (Giorgio Bettini).
2013 – "La farfalla granata", Raiuno, directed by Paolo Poeti (Pino Tricase).
2012 – "Walter Chiari, fino all’ultima risata", Raiuno, directed by Enzo Monteleone.
2011 – "L’amore non basta (quasi mai...)", Canale 5/La 5, directed by Antonello Grimaldi (Girolami, the notary).
2011 – "Fuoriclasse", Raiuno, directed by Riccardo Donna (the examiner -
in English).
2009 – "Il mostro di Firenze", SKY Fox Channels Italy, directed by Antonello Grimaldi.
2009 – "Enrico Mattei, l'uomo che guardava al futuro", Raiuno, directed by Giorgio Capitani.
2009 – "Piloti (Il traduttore)", Raidue, directed by Celeste Laudisio.
2009 – "Lo smemorato di Collegno", Raiuno, directed by Maurizio Zaccaro.
2009 – "Il bene e il male", Raiuno, directed by Giorgio Serafini.
2007 – "Sputnik", Italia 1, directed by Latino Pellegrini and Jean Marc Viel.
2006 – "L’uomo che rubò la Gioconda", Canale 5/France 2/Tsr1, directed by Fabrizio Costa (the police commissioner -
in French).
2006 – "Camera café (Il tizio investito)", Italia 1, directed by Christophe Sanchez.
2005 – "La bambina dalle mani sporche", Raiuno, directed by Renzo Martinelli.
2004 – "Le stagioni del cuore", Canale 5, directed by Antonello Grimaldi.
2003-2008 – "Vivere", Canale 5/Retequattro, various directors (Aurelio Pepe).
2003 – "Cuori rubati", Raidue, various directors.
2001-2014 – "Centovetrine",
Canale 5/Retequattro, various directors (Pierluca Pasquini).
1998 – "The Case Of The Missing Art", directed by Alex Frisbie ("Cramer Productions", USA -
in English).

THEATRE:

2017 – "A Christmas Carol" (by Charles Dickens), musical, directed by Melina Pellicano (Fezziwig - Supporting Role).

2016 – "Sogno di una notte… (A Midsummer Night's Dream)" (by W. Shakespeare), directed by Marina Bergesio (Shakespeare’s voice).
2016 – "Alla ricerca della felicità" (by Davide Motto),
directed by Davide Motto (Padela - Lead Role).
2012 – "Diversamente...altri" (by Luca G. Gabriele and Stefano Saccotelli), one-man-show, directed by Claudio Zanotto Contino.
2011 – "Itinerando" (by Davide Motto), directed by Davide Motto.
2010 – "L'asina deve partorire ma..." (by Antonio Tarantino), directed by Claudio Zanotto Contino (the maid-servant - Supporting Role).
2009 – "L'uomo dal fiore in bocca" (by Luigi Pirandello), directed by Aldo Zampieri (the man - Lead Role).
2007 – "Solo con la libertà..." (by Pier Giuseppe Corrado), directed by Pier Giuseppe Corrado (Nicola Sacco - Lead Role).
2007 – "C’era una volta la rivolta" (by Dimitri Patrizi), directed by Dimitri Patrizi (Carnevario - Supporting Role).
2006 – "Il giardino dei ciliegi" (by Anton Chekhov), directed by
Claudio Zanotto Contino (Lophakin - Lead Role).
2006 – "La bisbetica domata (
The Taming of the Shrew)" (by W. Shakespeare), directed by F. Urban (Baptista - Supporting Role).
2006 – "Occhio folle occhio lucido" (by Pier Giuseppe Corrado), directed by Pier Giuseppe Corrado (Massimo - Lead Role).
2005 – "Maria Urtica, un’infanzia nel ’45" (by Maricla Boggio), directed by Elisabetta De Palo (Gino - Lead Role).
2005 – "Sul danno del tabacco" (by Anton Chekhov), monologue, directed by Aldo Zampieri.
2005 – "Attenti al lupo" (by Francesca Siragusa), musical, directed by Simona Salvetti (Bonconsiglio - Lead Role).
2004 – "Family Man" (by L.E. McCullough), monologue (
in English), directed by Roberto Freddi.
2004 – " Guai in fabbrica (
Trouble in the Works) " (by Harold Pinter), directed by Roberto Freddi (Fibbs - Lead Role).
2002 – "Osvaldo e Zenaide" (by Jean Tardieu), directed by Pietro Contadini (Osvaldo - Lead Role).
2002 – "Andar per castelli" (by Francesca Siragusa), directed by Francesca Siragusa (the minstrel - Lead Role).
2001 – "Una fabbrica di sogni - Varie…età" (by various authors), directed by Francesca Siragusa (composer of original soundtrack).
1999 – "Cave Canem" (by Francesca Siragusa), directed by Francesca Siragusa (composer of original soundtrack).
1998 – "Non amo che le rose che non colsi", directed by Claudio Montagna (Guido Gozzano - Lead Role).
1997 – "I cantastorie" (by Francesca Siragusa), directed by Francesca Siragusa (Polaster - Lead Role).
1996 – "Il trionfo della medicina" (from the original "
Knock ou le Triomphe…" by J. Romains), directed by Franco G. Ferrero.
1996 – "Na ramassa neuva" (by Vittoria Minetti), directed by Stefano Saccotelli (Gino - Lead Role).

COMMERCIALS:
2017 – "Swisse", directed by Rob Stanton-Cook (Lead Role).
2016 – "Fiat Panda Range", directed by Andrea Bertola (Co-Protagonist).

2016 – "Novi", directed by Dario Piana (Lead Role).

2016 – "Scappino", directed by Angelo Camba (Co-Protagonist).
2016 – "Iveco Stralis", directed by  Nicolò Bravetta (Co-Protagonist).

2016 – "Digestivo Antonetto" (radio commercial), directed by Enzo Parretta (Co-Protagonist).

2016 – "ConTe", directed by  Paolo Genovese (Co-Protagonist).
2016 – "Roche", directed by  Federico Badiali (Lead Role).

2014 – "Gaviscon Sleepless", directed by Federico Cambria (Lead Role).

2013 – "Sisal Matchpoint", directed by Nicola Buffoni (Co-Protagonist).
2005 – "Tele2", directed by Laura Castelli (Co-Protagonist).
2004 – "Siemens Gigaset", directed by Ian Williams (live,
in English - Lead Role).
2000 – "Movitrack", directed by Marco Torello (Lead Role).

PRIZES:
2017 –  First place for the short film  "Io e Ascanio", Concorso Oncologia e Cinema Premio AIOM, Rome.
2017 – "Una nuova forte primavera" Premio La Memoria, "Corto Fiction", Chianciano Terme (Siena).

2017 – "Scappino" Best One Minute Film, European Cinematography Awards (February 2017).
2016 – Premio Patologico for "Kul Senter - il film", "FICP", Rome.

2010 – Special mention for "Alla rovescia", "Piemonte Movie", Turin.
2009 – "Resta" Best Foreign Language Drama, "SF Women’s Film Festival", San Francisco.
2007 – First place for the short film "Moderazione", "ABCorti Video", Ivrea (Turin).

2004 – First place for the short film "Niet no nein", "Festival del Cortometraggio On-Line", Rome.

 
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