Stefano Accorsi got his diploma from the School of Theater in Bologna. He divides his time between theater, cinema, and television. Currently he is the Artistic Director of the Theater Foundation of Tuscany. He was appointed Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters) by the French Ministry of Culture. His movies include: Jack Frusciante è uscito dal gruppo (Jack Frusciante Has Left the Band) by Enza Negroni, I piccoli maestri (Little Teachers) by Daniele Luchetti, Ormai è fatta! (Outlaw) by Enzo Monteleone (Grolla d'Oro Award), Un uomo perbene (A Respectable Man) by Maurizio Zaccaro (Grolla d'Oro), Capitaes de Abril (April Captains) by Maria de Medeiros, Come quando fuori piove by Mario Monicelli, Radiofreccia (Radio Arrow) and Made in Italy by Luciano Ligabue (David di Donatello, Amidei Award and Ciak d'Oro), L'ultimo bacio (The Last Kiss), Baciami ancora (Kiss Me Again) and A casa tutti bene (There's No Place like Home) by Gabriele Muccino, Saturno contro (Saturn in Opposition), Le fate ignoranti (The Ignorant Fairies) and La Dea Fortuna (The Goddess of Fortune) by Ferzan Ozpetek (Nastro d'Argento, Ciak d'Oro and Globo d'Oro from the foreign press in Italy), La stanza del figlio (The Son's Room) by Nanni Moretti, Santa Maradona by Marco Ponti, Romanzo criminale (Crime Novel) and Un viaggio chiamato amore (A Scandalous Journey / A Journey Called Love) by Michele Placido (Coppa Volpi Best Actor at the 59th Venice Film Festival), Tous le soleils by Philippe Claudel, Veloce come il vento (Italian Race) by Matteo Rovere (David di Donatello, Nastro d'Argento, 2016 FICE Award Actor of the Year), Fortunata directed by Sergio Castellitto (Ciak d'Oro Best Actor). He debuted in directing with the short film Io non ti conosco, produced by Yoox Group that he also acted in (2014 Nastro d'Argento Best NewDirector). For Sky Italia, the series 1992 and the sequels 1993 and 1994 directed by Giuseppe Gagliardi, of which he is the creator and actor. Also for Sky in association with HBO, The Young Pope by Paolo Sorrentino.
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