Federico Russo

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Federico Russo

Federico Russo (born October 19, 1997) is an Italian actor.

Career

He debuted in 2004, participating in the television series Incantesimo 7, transmitted in Italy by Rai 2. In 2005 he is present in Incantesimo 8 and television miniseries, transmitted by Rai Uno, De Gasperi, l'uomo della speranza. In the same year he won Dancing with the Children Starlets, category of the second edition of Dancing with the Stars, the Rai Uno conducted by Milly Carlucci.[1]

In 2006, he participated in the miniseries Canale 5, Carabinieri – Sotto copertura, spin-off of series Carabinieri. In the same year he became popular by participating, in the role of Mimmo Cesaroni, the number of Canale 5, I Cesaroni, with Claudio Amendola and Elena Sofia Ricci, who also plays the role in subsequent seasons.

From June 6 to 9, 2009, he participated as a guest to the transmission Break Post, broadcast on Rai Gulp, along with Angelica Cinquantini; also in the cast of I Cesaroni. In the same year, he participated in the TV series "Play It Again Prof" in the role of Nino.

In 2010 she starred in the video clip of PQuadro, glass Anime, song composed by Pquadro collaboration with Emilio Munda in the text, music and arrangements. Directed by Gabriele Paoli.

In 2011 he starred in individual video clips of Max Pezzali, Believe.

In 2014, he started in the series Cesaroni, this time for the sixth series.

In 2015 he started playing his character Disney Channel, Sam, in the Italian sitcom Alex & Co..[2]

Private life

He currently lives in Rome with his parents and his five siblings (two boys and three girls).[citation needed]

Filmography

Cinema

  • Coincidenze, directed by Gabriele Paoli – Short (2010)
  • L'aquilone di Claudio, directed by Antonio Centomani (2014)

Television – Fiction/TV series

Television – Programs

  • Ballando con le stelle – Section Ballando con le stelline (2005)
  • Matrix (2008) – first episode
  • Paperissima (2008) – first episode
  • Pausa Posta (2009–2010)
  • Zecchino Show (2010)

Other experience

  • Testimonial the advertising campaign of Never Without You with Francesco Totti (2008–2009)
  • Testimonial of WPM (2009–2012)
  • Anime di vetro, directed by Gabriele Paoli – Videoclip of PQuadro (2010)
  • Credi – Music video of Max Pezzali (2011)

References

  1. ^ https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2599973/
  2. ^ Camerini, Francesca (4 May 2015). "Alex and Co: Federico Russo nella nuova serie su Disney Channel" (in Italian).

External links

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