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Alessio Lapice is an Italian actor. 

After graduating, he moved to Rome where he attended the Duse International academy and then continued his studies with Ivana Chubbuck and Michael Margotta. In 2016 he continued his artistic training by participating in several creative workshops at the Centro sperimentale di cinematografia. 

In 2014 he made his debut with the Rai series Sotto copertura. In 2016 he was in the cast of the TV miniseries Fuoco amico TF45 - Eroe per amore and he was among the new entries in the cast of the second season of the cult series Gomorra

In 2017 he made his film debut with Il padre d'Italia, directed by Fabio Mollo. After the horror-comedy shot in English, Tafanos - directed by Riccardo Paoletti - he stars in the film Nato a Casal di Principe directed by Bruno Oliveri. The film was presented out of competition at the 74th Venice International Film Festival. 

In 2019, he is Romolo in the film success Il primo re by Matteo Rovere. In the same year he returns to Rai1 with the series based on the novels by Mariolina Venezia, Imma Tataranni- Sostituto Procuratore by Francesco Amato. He is also on Forbes Italia's list of the thirty young leaders of the future under 30 in the entertainment section. 

In autumn 2020 he returns to the cinema with Weekend by Riccardo Grandi and on TV with Edoardo De Angelis' long-awaited revival of Natale in Casa Cupiello

He is also the protagonist of Negramaro's new videoclip.

In autumn 2021 he will be on Netflix with the series Luna Park directed by Leonardo D'Agostini and Anna Negri, on Rai1 with the second season of Imma Tataranni and at the cinema with Io sto bene by Donato Rotunno, world premiere at Alice nella Città during the Rome Film Festival.