Fabrizio Gifuni is one of Italy’s most established film and theatre actors. Creator and performer of numerous works for the theatre, including the award-winning project Gadda e Pasolini: antibiografia di una nazione, directed by Giuseppe Bertolucci (Ubu prizes in 2010 for Best Show and Best Actor). He recently played the lead in the Lehman Trilogy, the latest masterpiece by Luca Ronconi at the Piccolo Theatre in Milan and Freud o l’interpretazione dei sogni, directed by Federico Tiezzi. His screen work (film and television) counts almost 40 titles and he has collaborated with Gianni Amelio, Marco Tullio Giordana, Liliana Cavani, Edoardo Winspeare, Paolo Virzì and Marco Bellocchio among others. His most significant awards include: the EFP Shooting Star at the Berlin Film Festival; a Golden Globe from the foreign press in Italy (2002); Silver Ribbons (2003, 2014); the Gianmaria Volonté Prize (2012); a David di Donatello, the Vittorio Gassman Prize and the Napoli Prize for Italian culture and language (2014).

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