Claudia Gerini, Francesco Acquaroli Giacomo Ferrara, Alessandro Borghi and Filippo Nigro – Signed Photo – Suburra – La serie

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Foto con autografo di Claudia Gerini, Francesco Acquaroli, Giacomo Ferrara, Alessandro Borghi e Filippo Nigro.

Dimension: 20 Cm x 25 Cm (Appr.) – 8×10 Inches (Appr.)

Television Series: Suburra – La serie (2017-2020)

Date and Place of Signing (Francesco Acquaroli): July 26, 2020 in Ortona, CH (Italy)
Date and Place of Signing (Claudia Gerini): July 31, 2020 in Vasto, CH (Italy)
Date and Place of Signing (Giacomo Ferrara): April 23, 2022 in Pescara, PE (Italy)
Date and Place of Signing (Alessandro Borghi): June 07, 2022 in Roma, RM (Italy)
Date and Place of Signing (Filippo Nigro): October 15, 2023 in Ortona, CH (Italy)

This is not a vintage photo or old one. This photo is new, printed and signed in recent years and the signature is original.

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Claudia Gerini (born 18 December 1971) is an Italian actress and showgirl. Born in Rome, Gerini won the National Competition of Miss Teenager in 1985. She got her first part in a film, La ballata di Eva, at 14. She subsequently played in Ciao mà, Roba da ricchi and Night Club, by Sergio Corbucci, and many others. At 19 she worked for the popular TV show Non è la Rai, a sort of academy with one hundred girls singing, dancing and gaming. Gerini’s first major role was in Il padre e il figlio, directed by Pasquale Pozzessere. She later moved to Paris to learn French for several months, travelling a lot between Italy and France without leaving off University. At 22 she returned to Italy and got a role as protagonist in Angelo e Beatrice, a theatrical work by Francesco Apolloni (writer and director) presented on the stage at the Theater Coliseum in Rome, where director and actor Carlo Verdone noticed her. The encounter with Verdone produced Viaggi di nozze and I’m Crazy About Iris Blond, both Christmas box-office successes. Gerini later collaborated with Leonardo Pieraccioni, Massimo Ceccherini, Antonio Rezza and Antonello De Leo, and moved both to Los Angeles, U.S. and Madrid, Spain to improve her English and Spanish, respectively. In Spain she starred in Desafinado by M. G. Pereira and La playa de Los Galagos by M. Camus. Other roles include Francesca e Nunziata, directed by Lina Wertmüller, Al cuore si comanda, Non ti muovere, La sconosciuta and the recent Nero bifamiliare, directed by her then-partner, singer-songwriter Federico Zampaglione (Tiromancino).
Francesco Acquaroli (born 27 March 1962) is an Italian actor. Acquaroli was born in Rome in 1962, after high school he attended the La Scaletta Theater School where he taught by Antonio Pierfederici with whom he made his theater debut in 1987. In 1988/89 he was in “La nave” by Gabriele D’Annunzio with the direction of Aldo Trionfo. Then he continue with other great directors such as Elio De Capitani, Mario Missiroli, Luca Ronconi, Giuseppe Patroni Griffi and many more. He made his television debut in 1997 in “The Red and the Black”, where he played the Count of Altamira.He participated in other television series, including Distretto di Polizia, L’avvocato Porta, Romanzo criminale – La serie, and Squadra antimafia – Palermo oggi, “Rocco Schiavone” in seasons 1 to 3, for Rai 2 and in “Solo” for Mediaset. In film, Acquaroli debuted in Diaz – Don’t Clean Up This Blood by Daniele Vicari, followed by “Oranges & Hammer” by Diego Bianchi, Pasolini by Abel Ferrara, Era d’estate by Fiorella Infascelli, Mia Madre by Nanni Moretti, I Can Quit Whenever I Want by Sydney Sibilia, The Last Will Be the Last by Massimiliano Bruno, “Dogman” by Matteo garrone, “The Best Years” by Gabriele Muccino, “My Name Is Mohammed” by Pascaljevich, and Adults in the Room by Costa-Gavras. He is the protagonist of Paolo Sorrentino’s short film “Little Roman Adventures”. His performance in “Sole, cuore, amore” by Vicari presented at the Rome Film Festival, met with great acclaim from critics and audiences, winning the Alberto Sordi prize as supporting actor at the Bari International Film Festival. Acquaroli is the narrative voice in “I mille giorni di Mafia Capitale”, a documentary aired on Rai 3 in September 2017. On Netflix, in Suburra: Blood on Rome, he portrays Samurai, one of the protagonists. Season 4 of Fargo will be released in the US in April with the direction of the first episode of Noah Hawley, where he plays Ebal Violante.
Giacomo Ferrara (Chieti, 24 November 1990) is an Italian actor. Abruzzese, he grew up between Villamagna, his country of origin, Pretoro, on the Majella massif, where his parents manage the Hotel Mamma Rosa, and Chieti, where he was born and where he attended the local high school of communication. Later he moved to Rome where he began to attend the “Corrado Pani” academy. There he met Alessandro Prete, who made his debut at the theater in 2013 and with whom he began a collaboration that continues to this day. In 2015 she took part in the film La prima volta (by my daughter) and later in Suburra in a supporting role. In 2017 he was one of the four protagonists of the film Il permesso – 48 ore fuori for which he received the Biraghi-Nuovo Imaie Award at the Nastri d’argento. Also in 2017 he joined the cast of Suburra – The series, based on the homonymous film and produced by Netflix in which he plays the role of Spadino, one of the protagonists.
Alessandro Borghi (born 19 September 1986) is an Italian actor. He has appeared in more than twenty films since 2006. He is part of the main cast of Suburra and Suburra: Blood on Rome. He won the David di Donatello for Best Actor in 2019 for his portrayal of building surveyor Stefano Cucchi, a victim of police brutality, in the film On My Skin.
Filippo Nigro (born 3 December 1970) is an Italian actor. Born in Rome, Nigro studied at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia under Lina Wertmüller. After a minor role in the 2001 Ferzan Ozpetek’s drama film The Ignorant Fairies and several television works, in 2003 Nigro had his breakout role as Filippo, the Giovanna Mezzogiorno’s husband in Ozpetek’s Facing Windows. In 2004 he was appointed Shooting Star at the Berlin International Film Festival. In 2009 he was nominated at David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Different from Whom?. Nigro is married to film and television producer Gina Gardini. They have three children.

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