Actor, stage and radio director and playwright, dubbing director.
When he was 10, he made his TV debut on the Italian national broadcasting company, RAI, and later performed with the most acclaimed Italian actors, directors, and theatre companies (e.g. Italian actors Luigi Cimara’s and Ernesto Calindri’s theatre companies, “Compagnia dei giovani”, “Piccolo Teatro della Città di Milano”, etc.).
During the early 1970s, he was part of Collettivo Teatrale la Comune, and performed in acclaimed Italian actor Dario Fo’s theatre shows, besides staging various theatre productions as a playwright, director, and actor. He was then part of Gruppo della Rocca, and later of Cooperativa Teatro Stabile di produzione privata Filodrammatici in Milan, which he staged several productions with as a director.
He also directed shows that were performed in Italian and international festivals (e.g. “Festival dei due mondi” in Spoleto, “Festival Asti Teatro” in Asti, “Theater der Nationen” at the Schauspielhaus in Zürich, “Centenario verdiano” in Ho Chi Minh City, etc.).
Over the last few years, he has directed acclaimed Italian actress Ottavia Piccolo in “Buenos Aires non finisce mai”, “Terra di latte e miele” (which he co-wrote with Manuela Dviri Vitali Norsa), and “Donna non rieducabile, memorandum su Anna Politkovskaja” by Stefano Massini, a play that earned him the Franco Enriquez Award for Best Director in 2011.
Besides working as a dubber – he provided the Italian voice for Mr. Spock in the legendary “Star Trek” TV series –, for about 30 years now he has worked as a dubbing director on numerous TV series, as well as feature films, among which: “Inquietudine” (“Inquiétude”) and “Parole e utopia” (“Palavra e Utopia”) by Manoel De Oliveira; “Alba nuova” (“Peau neuve”) by Emilie Deleuze; “Periferia Nord” (“Nordrand”) by Barbara Albert; “Splendidi amori” (“Splendor”) by Gregg Araki; “Trick” by Jim Fall; “Camminando sull’acqua” (“Walk on Water”) by Eytan Fox; “Acque silenziose” (“Khamosh Pani: Silent Waters”) by Sabiha Sumar; “Taxiphone” (“Taxiphone: El Mektoub”) by Algerian-Swiss director Mohammed Soudani; as well as the more recent “Giraffada” (“Girafada”) by Palestinian director Rani Massalha, and the TV series “New Tricks” broadcast in Italy by La7.