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Toni Laudadio

Toni Laudadio is an actor and writer, known for Habemus Papam (2011), Racconti d'amore (2013) and Sabato, domenica e lunedì (2004). See full bio »

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Known For

Habemus Papam
Habemus Papam Capo gendarmeria
(2011)
Racconti d'amore
(2013)
L'uomo in più
(2001)

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 2017 1993 (TV Series)
Gabriele Monaco
- Episode #1.3 (2017) ... Gabriele Monaco
- Episode #1.1 (2017) ... Gabriele Monaco
 2016 Indivisibili
Nunzio
 2016 La macchinazione
L'avvocato
 2015 Mia madre
Produttore (as Tony Laudadio)
 2014 Perez.
Procurator Rossetti
 2014 Don Matteo (TV Series)
Pietro Manzoni
- Un nuovo inizio (2014) ... Pietro Manzoni
 2013 Il clan dei camorristi (TV Series)
- Episode #1.8 (2013) ... (as Tony Laudadio)
- Episode #1.7 (2013) ... (as Tony Laudadio)
- Episode #1.6 (2013) ... (as Tony Laudadio)
 2012 Mary of Nazareth (TV Movie)
Peter
 2011 Habemus Papam
Capo gendarmeria (as Tony Laudadio)
 2011 Mozzarella Stories
Gravinio
 2009 Fortapàsc
Antonio Bardellino (as Tony Laudadio)
 2007 Lascia perdere, Johnny!
Saxofonista
 2004 Sabato, domenica e lunedì (TV Movie)
Attilio (as Tony Laudadio)
 2002 L'ultimo rimasto in piedi (Short)
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