Alberto Friscione

Alberto Friscione



Alberto Friscione is an Italian actor, dancer, and singer. He was born on June 24, 1974, in Rome, Italy. He began his career in the performing arts at a young age, studying ballet, jazz, and modern dance at the prestigious Accademia Nazionale di Danza in Rome.

At the age of sixteen, Alberto made his stage debut in a production of Romeo and Juliet. His natural talent and charisma soon led to further roles in both musicals and plays, as well as television and film.

In 1999, Alberto made his big screen debut in the acclaimed Italian comedy My Best Enemy. He went on to appear in a number of films, including the romantic comedy La Vita e’ Bella and the horror flick La Notte Del Terrore. In 2007, Alberto won the Grolla d’Oro (Golden Globe) for Best Supporting Actor in the film The Last House.

In addition to his work in film, Alberto has also had a successful career in television. He has appeared in numerous Italian television series, including Un Medico in Famiglia and Il Commissario Montalbano. He has also been featured in a number of international television productions, including the BBC drama series Spooks and the Emmy-nominated American series The Borgias.

Alberto’s talent has not been limited to the stage and screen. He has also enjoyed a successful music career, releasing four albums to date. He has also performed as a dancer and choreographer in a variety of stage productions, including the hugely successful musical Grease, for which he won the Italian Critics Award.

Alberto Friscione is one of Italy’s most popular and versatile actors, and his career continues to go from strength to strength. He has won numerous awards for his performances, and is widely regarded as one of Italy’s most talented actors.

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