Actor, comedian, and TV host who debuted in 1986 in the theater. In 1994, he got a degree from Genoa's Theater School and he performed in several plays such Richard III, Hamlet, and Ivanov. With his partner in comedy Paolo Kessisoglu, whom he met at an audition, they first appeared on TV in "Ciro, il figlio di Target", and many other shows after: "MTV trip", "Mai dire Gol", "Le Iene Show", "Camera Cafè", "Super Ciro", "La Strana Coppia", "Scherzi a parte", "Colorado". He hosted the 2011 and 2012 Festival di Sanremo. Between 1999 and 2021, he appeared on the big screen in "E allora mambo!", "Tandem", "E se domain", "Asterix alle Olimpiadi", "Immaturi", "Un fidanzato per mia moglie", "Un figlio di nome Erasmus". Luca Bizzarri has also dubbed some animated projects such as: "Le follie dell'Imperatore/ The Emperor's New Groove", "La foresta magica/ El bosque animado", "Sitting ducks". From 2017 to 2021 he hosted the show "Quelli che il calcio" with Paolo Kessisoglu and Mia Ceran, and in 2020, with Mondadori he published his first book "Disturbo della pubblica quiete". In November 2021, he appeared on the big screen in "Per tutta la vita" directed by Paolo Costella. He and Paolo Kessisoglu currently provide satiric commentary on the show "DiMartedì" hosted by Giovanni Floris, and he's on the podcast "Non hanno un amico", produced by Chora Media.
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