MARCO GIALLINI is an Italian actor. He attended the art school in Rome and after walking the stages for years helmed by Arnoldo Foà, Ennio Coltorti and Angelo Orlando, he made his big screen debut in “L’anno prossimo vado a letto alle dieci!” directed by Angelo Orlando.
He is one of the most appreciated Italian actors, amongst his best performances “The Scent of the Night” by Claudio Caligari, “Almost blue” by Alex Infascelli, “Kaputt Mundi” by Marco Risi, “Tre punto sei” by Nicola Rondolino, “Barbara” by Angelo Orlando and “Don't Move” by Sergio Castellitto. The big break came with cult series “Romanzo Criminale”. Giallini's other major credits include Carlo Verdone's “Io loro e Lara”, “ACAB - All Cops Are Bastards” by Stefano Sollima, Carlo Verdone's “A Flat for Three”. For the latter two movies in 2012 Marco won the Nastro d’Argento for Best Actor in a supporting role, the Cinè award – Ciak d’oro for Best Emerging Actor.
In 2013 he was back on the big screen in Rolando Ravello's “Tutti contro tutti”. In 2014 he was awarded the Ennio Flaiano Award for Best Actor in “Tutta colpa di Freud” and won the Nastri d’Argento in Taormina with the special award “Nino Manfredi”. He then went on to star in “Perfect Strangers”, which garnered the David di Donatello for best film. In 2017 he featured in “Beata ignoranza” by Massimiliano Bruno, “Rimetti a noi i nostri debiti” by Antonio Morabito and “Io sono Tempesta”, by Daniele Luchetti.
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