Riccardo Scamarcio

Riccardo Scamarcio

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Riccardo Scamarcio Born Riccardo Scamarcio
November 13, 1979 (1979-11-13) (age 30)
Trani, Puglia, Italia Occupation Actor Years active 2000–present

Riccardo Scamarcio is an increasingly well known Italian film actor. Born in Trani in Puglia, his mother is a painter. After a rebellious adolescence, he found his metier and plenty of scope for experimentation when he went to train as an actor at the Scuola Nazionale di Cinema in Rome, where he now lives. His debut acting role was in a TV series in 2000, while his first ever lead role in a feature film was in Tre metri sopra il cielo (2004), directed by Luca Lucini. Through this he immediately became well known to the Italian speaking public, especially a young audience. His success brought him prominence as a sex symbol and boosted requests for his acting skills, leading to his role in Texas (2005), directed by Fausto Paravidino and soon to him joining the cast of Romanzo Criminale, playing a monosyllabic, enigmatic thug character in a powerful portrait of a mafiosi community directed by Michele Placido. This propelled a trajectory towards commercial success where Scamarcio was able to threw off his 20 something sex symbol image and begin to explore a cinematically richer and more multifaceted sense of masculinity represented by a mix of period roles including blatantly political identities dating from the 1960s that he has personally favoured, to a myriad of contemporary characters, some epitomising a sense of cultural identity in regression; other a forging towards a new shape.

In 2006 he acted in The Black Arrow, a tv series broadcast by Channel 5 directed by Fabrizio Costa, adapted from the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson, and took on four new film roles: the internationally reviewed Mio fratello è un figlio unico (2007), directed by Daniele Luchetti, based on the novel Il Fasciocomunista by Antonio Pennachi. This brought Scamarcio to the attention of a much wider global audience and won him a David di Donatello nomination for Best Supporting Actor. A play-off between two brothers, one communist (Scamarcio), the other fascist (played by Elio Germano) reaches intense emotional and physical heights before its cathartic denouement. Manuale d'amore - Capitoli successivi (2007), directed by Giovanni Veronesi sees the patient (Scamarcio) fall into a fou d'amour at the hands of his nurse (Monica Bellucci), in an engaging mix of smouldering glances, the poignancy of disability and a sensual rework of the Florence Nightingale do-good image into something decidedly more feelgood; Ho voglia di te (2007), directed by Luis Prieto, from the novel by Federico Moccia, was followed by Go Go Tales (2007), directed by Abel Ferrara.

In 2007 he began work on Colpo d'occhio (2008) directed by Sergio Rubini, and Italians (2009), a comedy directed by Giovanni Veronesi and Il Grand Sogno (2009), set in Italy in 1968, directed by Michele Placido of Romanzo Criminale fame. Eden à l'Ouest, directed by Costa-Gavras, which won the top critics' award at COLCOA, the French Film Festival in Los Angeles (2009), saw Scamarcio play a near-wordless, Charlie Chaplinesque illegal immigrant-cum-innocent (of uncertain ethnic origin) abroad who runs, in ironic fashion, the gauntlet of people living in or passing through France's contemporary globalised society, each carrying their own ethos and uncertain future. L'Uomo Nero (2009), directed by Sergio Rubini, co-starring Scamarcio's partner, Italian-Greek actress Valeria Golino, who plays his sister, and Pericles Il Nero (2009), directed by Abel Ferrara, are near to release. Stirring up some inevitable controversy, he is also playing the role of Sergio Segio, an Italian terrorist in La Prima Linea directed by Renato De Maria, released in the autumn of 2009, and based on the book Miccio Corta (Short Fuse) by Segio, one of the group's co-founders. Scamarcio's career also continues to grow internationally, with roles in films Mine Vaganti (2010), directed by Ferzan Özpetek, and 11 Minutes, directed by Hany Abu-Assad and based on the eponymous novel by Paulo Coelho. In September 2009 Il Grand Sogno (director Michele Placido) competed at the Venice Film Festival.

The quality of his growing body of work, more recently characterised by a stimulating engagement with political and cultural themes, shows Scamarcio to be one of the leading young protagonists of contemporary Italian cinema. Scamarcio off-set is reported to like soccer, fishing, progressive film culture, literature, his Pugliese roots (where he has a second home), and YouTube videos reveal that he speaks fluent French which privileges him in the advancing interpenetration of national film cultures in the 21st century. His powerful aura on screen and in interviews evokes comparisons with various actors past and present including Johnny Depp, Alain Delon and Joaquin Phoenix, and he has personally referred to the influencing Italian role model of veteran film actor Marcello Mastroianni (1924–1996). Scamarcio is a character actor of his time whose political leanings, generational sensibility and cultural passions mark him out.

(From Wikipedia. Automatic image. Gender: Male)

Actor:

  • Maraviglioso Boccaccio
    2015, UK release: unknown
  • Pasolini
    2014, Belgium, France, Italy, UK release: 11 September 2015
  • Gibraltar
    2012, UK release: unknown
  • Il Rosso e il Blu
    2012, UK release: unknown
  • To Rome with Love (To Rome With Love)
    2012, Italy, Spain, United States, UK release: 14 September 2012
  • Manuale d'amore 3
    2011, UK release: unknown
  • Polisse
    2011, France, UK release: 15 June 2012
  • Loose Cannons (Mine vaganti)
    2010, Italy, UK release: 10 December 2010
  • La prima linea
    2009, UK release: unknown
  • Il Grande Sogno
    2009, UK release: unknown

Colleagues of shooting:

Elio Germano Diane Fleri Daniele Luchetti Sergio Castellitto Carlo Verdone Giovanni Veronesi Andrea Agnello Ugo Chiti AURELIO E LUIGI DE LAURENTIIS PER FILMAURO Anny Duperey Ulrich Tukur Eric Caravaca Juliane Köhler Jean-Claude Grumberg Antoine Monot Jr. Michel Robin Konstandinos Markoulakis Florian Martens Constantin Costa-Gavras Constantin Costa-Gavras Babe Film Jasmine Trinca Luca Argentero Laura Morante Massimo Popolizio Alessandra Acciai Marco Iermanò Michele Placido Michele Placido Doriana Leondeff Angelo Pasquini Taodue Film Medusa Film Sky Cinema Odysseas Papaspiliopoulos Léa Wiazemsky Stella-Melina Vasilaki Gil Alma Costa-Gavras Costa-Gavras Jean-Claude Grumberg K.G. Productions Giovanna Mezzogiorno Lino Guanciale Fabrizio Rongione Renato De Maria Valeria Golino Fabrizio Gifuni Margherita Buy Sergio Rubini Sergio Rubini Anna Falchi Maurizio Micheli Vito Signorile Mario Maranzana Mariolina De Fano Carla Cavalluzzi Domenico Starnone Fandango Ivan Cotroneo Nicole Grimaudo Elena Sofia Ricci Carolina Crescentini Ennio Fantastichini Ferzan Ozpetek Ferzan Ozpetek Massimiliano Gallo Daniele Pecci Alessandro Preziosi Lunetta Savino Ilaria Occhini Bianca Nappi Paola Minaccioni Matteo Taranto Carmine Recano Gea Martire Crescenza Guarnieri Monica Bellucci Michele Placido Robert De Niro Laura Chiatti Carlo Verdone Giovanni Veronesi Giovanni Veronesi Ugo Chiti Valeria Solarino Filmauro Wild Bunch arte France Cinéma Nicolas Duvauchelle Mars Distribution Canal+ CinéCinéma Marina Foïs Les Productions du Trésor Karin Viard Frédéric Pierrot Karole Rocher Maïwenn Le Besco Maïwenn Le Besco Maïwenn Le Besco Joey Starr Emmanuelle Bercot Emmanuelle Bercot Chaocorp Maïwenn Maïwenn Maïwenn Monica Bellucci Robert De Niro Giovanni Veronesi Alec Baldwin Alison Pill Penélope Cruz Antonio Albanese Jesse Eisenberg Ellen Page Woody Allen Woody Allen Woody Allen Gravier Productions Perdido Productions Medusa Film Isabella Ferrari Flavio Parenti Alessandro Tiberi Corrado Fortuna Monica Nappo Luca Calvani Maricel Álvarez Greta Gerwig Vinicio Marchioni Lina Sastri Roberto Benigni Judy Davis Ornella Muti Carol Alt Giuliano Gemma Alessandra Mastronardi Roberto Della Casa Dominic Comperatore Simona Caparrini Giada Benedetti Edoardo Purgatori Fabio Armiliato Marta Zoffoli Lynn Swanson Marina Rocco Araba Dell'Utri Cristiana Palazzoni Fabio Bonini Giuseppe Piccioni Giuseppe Piccioni Margherita Buy Roberto Herlitzka Nina Torresi Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali (MiBAC) Davide Giordano Lucia Mascino Elena Lietti Alexandru Bindea Ionut Paun Marco Casazza Marco Lodoli Jo Prestia Cattleya Paolo Sassanelli Giorgia Salari Clara Ponsot Souleymane Sow Andrea Bruschi Thierno Thiam Angela Baraldi Francesco Amato Francesco Amato Giuliano Miniati Daniela Gambaro Fastfilm Mélanie Bernier Tahar Rahim Abdel Raouf Dafri Gilles Lellouche Chapter 2 Julien Leclercq Raphaëlle Agogué Transfilm Giorgio Colangeli Barbora Bobulova Rocco Papaleo Rocco Papaleo Sarah Felberbaum Warner Bros. Entertainment Italia Paco Cinematografica Walter Lupo Rai Cinema Cristiana Capotondi Pupi Avati Pupi Avati Giovanna Ralli Duea Film Sharon Stone Tommaso Avati Combo Produzioni Christian Stelluti Willem Dafoe Tarantula Valerio Mastandrea Maurizio Braucci Abel Ferrara Abel Ferrara Ninetto Davoli Capricci films Urania Pictures S.r.l. Rai Cinema Jasmine Trinca Kasia Smutniak Vittoria Puccini Cinemaundici Paolo Taviani Paolo Taviani Vittorio Taviani Vittorio Taviani Stemal Entertainment Rosabell Laurenti Sellers Rai Cinema Jasmine Trinca Kasia Smutniak Carolina Crescentini Flavio Parenti Michele Riondino Paola Cortellesi Vittoria Puccini Kim Rossi Stuart Cinemaundici Paolo Taviani Paolo Taviani Vittorio Taviani Vittorio Taviani Stemal Entertainment Lello Arena Giovanni Boccaccio Rai Cinema Sergio Castellitto Jasmine Trinca Anna Galiena Indiana Production Company Margaret Mazzantini Wildside Gabriel Farnese Rai Cinema Alejandro Goic Angelo Carbone Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali Apulia Film Commission Paco Cinematografica Daniela Ramírez Luis Gnecco Gianni Pezzolla Vincenzo Marra Michele Placido Laura Chiatti Italian International Film Marco Ponti Marco Ponti Maria Pia Calzone Luca Bianchini Lucia Moisio Marina Foïs Gigio Morra 01 Rai Cinema Stefano Mordini Buena Onda Nissim Renard Giuseppe Ferrandino Valentina Lodovini Roberto Faenza Roberto Faenza Maya Sansa Greta Scarano Jean Vigo Italia Michele Placido Laura Chiatti I.I.F. Italian International Film Marco Ponti Marco Ponti

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