Andrea Bosca (born 14 July 1980) is an Italian actor. He appeared in more than thirty films since 2004.
Life and career
In 2004 he became part of the Teatro Stabile of Turin Company. Since 2005, he has also appeared in several Italian and international projects, working in movies, television series and theatrical productions, switching languages and physicality, developing diverse, challenging and realistic characters. He speaks Italian, English, Spanish and French.
He appeared in numerous movies, including Si può fare (We Can Do It) directed by Giulio Manfredonia, Noi credevamo (We Believed) by Mario Martone (Nastro d'Argento 2011), Febbre da fieno (Hay Fever) by Laura Luchetti, Gli sfiorati (Drifters) by Matteo Rovere (for which Bosca won the Guglielmo Biraghi Award in 2012) and Magnifica presenza (Magnificent Presence, also known as A Magnificent Haunting) by Ferzan Özpetek.
He lately worked in several popular Italian TV series including La porta rossa (The Red Door), Made in Italy (The Series), Romanzo Famigliare by Francesca Archibugi.
He is the writer and the protagonist of the monologue La luna e i falò (The Moon and the Bonfires), an adaptation from the book by Italian author Cesare Pavese, currently on a national tour throughout Italy.
|2004||Saint John Bosco: Mission to Love||Enrico Zarello|
|2008||Amore, bugie e calcetto||Adam|
|Si può fare||Gigio|
|2010||Noi credevamo||Young Angelo|
|2012||Magnificent Presence||Luca Veroli|
|2016||Best Enemies Forever||Ruggero|
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