Italian movie actors born in the year 1985

Here are 11 famous actors from Italy were born in 1985:

Gregory Raposo

Gregory Raposo (May 3, 1985 Manhasset-) also known as Gregory Frank Raposo, G-Rap, Santana, Posty, Greggy, Greg Raposo or Gregory Frank "Greg" Raposo is an Italian singer and actor.

He rose to fame as a member of the boy band Dream Street in the early 2000s, alongside fellow members Chris Trousdale, Jesse McCartney, Matt Ballinger and Frankie J. Galasso. As a member of Dream Street, Raposo released two albums and toured extensively across the United States, performing at sold-out concerts for thousands of fans.

Following the disbandment of Dream Street in 2002, Raposo continued his music career as a solo artist, performing at venues around the world and releasing several singles and albums. In addition to his music career, Raposo has also appeared in several films and television shows, including "All That", "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit", and "Wildfire".

Throughout his career, Raposo has remained a popular figure in the entertainment industry, known for his distinctive voice, charismatic personality, and dedication to his fans. He continues to tour and perform music, while also pursuing his passion for acting and other creative projects.

Tommaso Matelli

Tommaso Matelli (November 21, 1985 Como-) is an Italian actor and film producer.

He studied acting in Italy, London, and Los Angeles before starting his career in the entertainment industry. Matelli gained recognition for his role in the Italian TV series "Romanzo Criminale" and later, for his role in the film "Il Giovane Favoloso," which was selected as the Italian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards.

Matelli also co-produced the film "Sul Più Bello" and has produced a number of projects through his production company, TM Productions. In addition to his work in film and television, Matelli is also an accomplished stage actor, having performed in a number of theater productions in Italy and abroad.

Outside of his career, Matelli is also known for his philanthropic work. He has been involved with organizations dedicated to helping children with disabilities, and has also been a vocal advocate for environmental causes.

Mehdi Mahdloo

Mehdi Mahdloo (September 11, 1985 Rome-) is an Italian actor and model.

He is of Iranian descent and started his career as a professional dancer, performing in several music videos and commercials. Mahdloo transitioned into acting and landed his first role in the Italian film "Fortunata" in 2017. He has since appeared in various television series and films, including "L'Allieva," "Il Processo," and "The Young Pope." In addition to acting, Mahdloo has also modeled for major fashion brands such as Dolce & Gabbana and Calvin Klein. He is fluent in Italian, Persian, and English.

Haider Rashid

Haider Rashid (May 23, 1985 Fiesole-) is an Italian film director, film producer, screenwriter, cinematographer, film editor and actor.

Haider Rashid was born in Fiesole, Italy to parents of Iraqi ancestry. He started his career in the film industry as a cinematographer and soon after became a film editor. He then went on to produce and direct his own films which have been critically acclaimed at film festivals all over the world.

Rashid's films often explore themes of identity, displacement, and cultural clashes, drawing from his own experiences as an immigrant. He has won several awards for his work including the Best Director prize at the Milan International Film Festival for his film "The Crossing" in 2017.

In addition to his work as a filmmaker, Rashid has also worked as an actor in various films and television shows. He continues to make thought-provoking films and is considered one of the most promising talents in the Italian film industry.

Domenico Diele

Domenico Diele (July 25, 1985 Siena-) is an Italian actor.

Born in Siena, Tuscany, Domenico Diele grew up in a family of artists. He began his acting career in the theatre in the early 2000s, performing in several productions both in Italy and abroad. Diele made his big screen debut in 2009 in the film "Come Dio comanda" directed by Gabriele Salvatores. He gained critical acclaim for his portrayal of the lead character in the 2010 film "20 sigarette" directed by Aureliano Amadei, which was selected at several international film festivals. In recent years, Diele has become a regular face on Italian television, starring in popular series such as "I bastardi di Pizzofalcone" and "Non mentire". In addition to his acting work, he is also a writer and a musician.

Piero Cardano

Piero Cardano (April 30, 1985 Turin-) is an Italian actor.

He began his acting career on stage, performing in various plays in Turin. In 2007, he made his television debut in the drama series "RIS - Delitti imperfetti". Since then, Cardano has appeared in several popular Italian TV shows, including "Un posto al sole" and "Che Dio ci aiuti". He has also acted in films such as "Non c'è campo" and "Ambo". In addition to acting, Cardano is also a voice actor, lending his voice to various animated characters in Italian versions of popular films and TV shows. He continues to work in the entertainment industry, with several projects currently in production.

Gianfranco Terrin

Gianfranco Terrin (May 16, 1985 Pozzuoli-) is an Italian actor.

He began his acting career in 2004, after graduating from the Alekan School of Cinematography in Naples. He then moved to Rome, where he started to appear in small roles in films, TV series, and commercials.

In 2006, Terrin got his breakthrough role in the popular Italian TV series "Capri", where he played the character of Davide Caruso for three seasons. The series was a huge success and propelled Terrin into the spotlight. He then went on to appear in other successful TV series such as "I Cesaroni" and "Maltese - Il romanzo del Commissario".

Besides his work in TV and film, Terrin is also a prolific stage actor. He has appeared in numerous theatrical productions such as "La guerra dei Roses" and "Il macellaio". In 2016, he won the "Maschere d'oro" award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the play "Le fatiche di Ercole".

In recent years, Terrin has also ventured into directing. In 2020, he directed his first short film, "Adesso", which was selected for the Rome Independent Film Festival.

Terrin is known for his versatility as an actor and his ability to bring depth and complexity to his characters. He continues to be a prominent figure in the Italian entertainment industry and has a promising future ahead of him.

Alessandro Marverti

Alessandro Marverti (October 13, 1985 Rome-) is an Italian actor.

He began his acting career at a young age, appearing in theater productions in Rome before transitioning to television and film. Marverti is best known for his role as Carlo in the Italian television series "Gomorrah". He has also appeared in films such as "La guerra dei cafoni" and "Il nostro ultimo", among others. In addition to his acting career, Marverti is also a writer and director, having written and directed his own short films. He is considered to be one of Italy's most promising young actors.

Marco Velluti

Marco Velluti (April 9, 1985 Rome-) is an Italian actor.

He has appeared in several acclaimed films and TV series such as "Il giovane Casanova", "Romanzo Criminale", and "Gli eroi del Natale". Velluti studied acting at the National Academy of Dramatic Arts in Rome and has also trained in physical theater and clowning. In addition to his acting career, he is also an accomplished musician and songwriter, having released several albums and performed in various music festivals across Italy. In 2017, Velluti won the Best Supporting Actor award at the Venice Film Festival for his role in the film "La Melodie".

Marco Rossetti

Marco Rossetti (September 8, 1985 Rome-) also known as Marco Rossetti is an Italian actor.

He is best known for his roles in Italian films such as "Scusate se esisto!" (2014) and "Noi e la Giulia" (2015). Rossetti began his acting career in the late 2000s, and quickly gained recognition for his talent and potential. In addition to his work in film, he has also appeared in numerous stage productions throughout Italy. A multi-faceted performer, he has also worked as a voice actor, dubbing foreign films and TV shows into Italian. Rossetti is considered to be one of the most promising young actors in Italy today.

Emanuele Bosi

Emanuele Bosi (April 15, 1985 Rome-) is an Italian actor.

He studied at the National Academy of Dramatic Arts in Rome and made his acting debut in 2009 in the film "Iago" directed by Volfango De Biasi. He has since appeared in numerous Italian films and TV shows, including "The Young Montalbano," "Gomorrah," and "Suburra: Blood on Rome." Bosi is also known for his stage performances, including his role in the Italian production of "Equus" alongside Alessandro Haber. In addition to his acting career, Bosi is involved in several philanthropic projects, including working with a foundation that helps children with disabilities.

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