Famous Italian male actors

By | April 8, 2021

When you think of famous Italian male actors, people like Al Pacino and Robert De Niro can be remembered. While Pacino and De Niro are of Italian descent, they are actually Italian Americans. Italy has produced its own well-known Italian male actors, some of whom have had international success. The Academy Awards have even featured some of these Italian male actors.

Roberto Benigni

Roberto Benigni was born in Misericordia, Italy in 1952. He is an Oscar-winning actor, director and writer. He is best known internationally for his film ‘Life is Beautiful.’ Benigni began acting in 1972 and became famous in Italy in the 1970s for the Italian TV series ‘Televacca’, which was considered a shocking series that was stopped due to censorship. Benigni began appearing in American films in 1986 under director Jim Jarmusch. Marcello Mastroianni Marcello Mastroianni was born in Fontana Liri, Italy in 1924. He is best known internationally for playing in ‘La Dolce Vita’ in ‘La Dolce Vita’ in 1960, directed by Federico Fellini. In this film, he played the role of a journalist in Rome. Mastroianni received his first Oscar nomination in 1962 for his role in the film ‘Divorzio all’ Italiana, ‘which differs as’ Divorce Italian Style. ‘He also acted opposite the famous Italian actress Sophia Loren in films in 1963 and 1964. In December 1996, Mastroianni died in Paris.

Silvio Muccino

Silvio Muccino was born in Rome, Italy in 1982. He is a leading actor in Italy who typically stars in films directed by his brother Gabrielle Muccino. ‘Kom Te Nessuno Mai’ was his first film, released in 1999. He has also acted in films by other directors, such as ‘Il Mio Miglior Nemico’ in 2005. With the film ‘Parlami d’ amore ‘, Muccino made his directorial debut in 2008.

Stefano Accorsi

Stefano Accorsi was born in Italy in 1971 in Bologna. He started acting in theater before going into film. Accorsi became well known in Italy for his role in 1995 ‘Jack Frusciante & # xE8; Uscito dal Gruppo. ‘ He has been in several films that have won awards at international film festivals, including ‘I Piccoli Maestri’ 1998 and ‘Le Fate Ignoranti’ 2001. Accorsi has also starred in television in Italy.