Paco De Rosa
Paco De Rosa, stage name of Pasquale De Rosa was born in Naples on February 20, 1986. In 2009 he participated in his first film: "Fortapasc", directed by Marco Risi which tells the story of Gian Carlo Siani, a journalist killed by the Camorra. He then began his fruitful collaboration with the actor, author and director Ciro Ceruti, entering his theater company and with whom he made two films: "Do it for dad" and "The law is the same for everyone ... maybe", and the last season of the historical sitcom "Out of progress". The collaboration with Nando Mormone, creator and producer of Made in Sud, was born from the theatrical experience with Ceruti, who appreciated his interpretations on stage, so much so that he was included in the cast of the film "Life heart beat" before and on the RAI 2 show " Facts unique "later. Thanks to his participation in the sit-comedy live, in the role of the" outlaw "Popeye, he is directed by Lello Arena and plays with comic actors such as Paolo Caiazzo, Maria Bolignano, Ciro Ceruti. In addition to the Theater and on television he is very active especially in the field of cinema, where he takes part in many successful films such as "Suddenly a man" directed by Claudio Insegno where he starred with Massimiliano Gallo and Biagio Izzo, "unwanted effects" directed by Claudio Insegno with Massimiliano Gallo, Biagio Izzo, Francesco Procopio, Gianluca Di Gennaro, "Finally married" Directed by Lello Arena with the Arteteca, Sergio Friscia, "Treasure hunt" Directed by Carlo Vanzina with Vincenzo Salemme, Carlo Buccirosso and Max Tortora, "Very happy condolences" Directed by Claudio Insegno with Enzo Salvi, Andrea Roncato, Milena Miconi, Simona Ceruti and the trio Ardone Peluso Massa
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