After graduation in 2003 at Paolo Grassi Drama School in Milan and Santa Cristina School directed by Luca Ronconi, he works with actor Franco Branciaroli and directed by Claudio Longhi.
In 2004 he works in The Odissey, a stage version, written and directed by Nobel Prize Derek Walcott. After that, he’s in several productions at Piccolo Teatro in Milan.
From 2004 to 2014 he has been part of ricci/forte ensemble, in Troia's Discount.
He works in some of the classic theatre masterpieces as Sophocles' Antigon and Beaumarchais' The marriage of Figaro; Ploutos by Aristophanes, adapted by ricci/forte, and directed by Italian actor Massimo Popolizio. After that he plays the role of Kostja in Martin Crimp's re-writing of The Seagull by A. Cechov.
In these last years he worked with Italian actress Elisabetta Pozzi in All about my mother, a stage version by Samuel Adamson from Almodovar's screenplay, directed by Leo Muscato. He played the role of Valmont in La Clos' Dangerous Liaisons.
During these 10 years he's always been studying in workshops with actors and directors: Lev Dodin, Jan Fabre, Yoshi Oida, Bruce Myers, Mamadou Dioume, Oskaras Korsunovas, Danio Manfredini, Claudio Morganti, Andreas Rallis, Daniele Salvo.
He's very interested in contemporary writing: Harold Pinter (Betrayal and The dumb waiter), David Mamet (The woods), David Greig (Kyoto/Fragile).
In cinema, he works in both corporate and independent films, in Italy and UK (London and Manchester): Tutto vero! by Beppe Manzi and Matteo Bini, Lucid by Stefanos Melikidis, The last day of winter by Sergio F. Ferrari, Fat Cat and Made in Italy both directed by Michele Fiascaris, Puzzle The Series (web and tv series).
He's also in international productions: Giallo by Dario Argento and L'uomo che verrà by Giorgio Diritti.
Last roles in RAI production of TV series Non uccidere, web serie Helikon by Taiyo Hamanouchi, short movies YourBnB directed by Francesco Tasselli and Senza vento, by N. Rossi and C. Betti.
In the last production he played the role of Biff in Arthur Miller’s Death of a salesman, with Alessandro Haber playing the role of Willy Loman (Goldernart Production, Rome).
Age range: 25 / 40
Native language: Italian
Spoken languages: English and French (fluent), Spanish (basic)
Styles: ADR, animation, audio books, audio description, dubbing, characters, charming, comic, commercial, engaging, confident, cool, corporate, documentary, narrative, dramatic, educational, energetic, positive, vibrant, bright, gaming, inspirational, movie trailer, gentle, powerful, radio drama, radio promo, singer, sinister, smooth, sports presenter , sensuous, TV promo, warm, friendly