Luca Argentero

Handsome Luca Argentero is an Italian actor and television personality who also made a living as a model. Argentero hasn't spent his entire life in front of a camera, however; he graduated from the College of Saint ... Read more »
Born: 04/12/1978 in Turin, IT

Filmography

Actor (20)

Noi e la Giulia 2015 (Movie)

Diego (Actor)

Poli Opposti 2015 (Movie)

Stefano (Actor)

Fratelli unici 2014 (Movie)

Francesco (Actor)

Tre tocchi 2014 (Movie)

Man in the dream (Actor)

Un Boss in Salotto 2014 (Movie)

Michele Coso (Actor)

Cha Cha Cha 2013 (Movie)

Corso (Actor)

E la chiamano estate 2012 (Movie)

(Actor)

Gladiatori di Roma 2012 (Movie)

Italian Voice (Voice)

Le guetteur 2012 (Movie)

(Actor)

C'è chi dice no 2011 (Movie)

(Actor)

Lezioni Di Cioccolato 2 2011 (Movie)

(Actor)

Eat Pray Love 2010 (Movie)

Giovanni (Actor)

Diverso da chi? 2009 (Movie)

Piero Bonutti (Actor)

Il Grande sogno 2009 (Movie)

Libero (Actor)

La nostra vita 2009 (Movie)

(Actor)

Oggi Sposi 2009 (Movie)

Nicola Impanato (Actor)

Solo un padre 2008 (Movie)

Carlo (Actor)

Chocolate Lessons 2007 (Movie)

Mattia (Actor)

Saturno Contro 2007 (Movie)

Lorenzo (Actor)

A Casa Nostra 2006 (Movie)

Gerry (Actor)

Biography

Handsome Luca Argentero is an Italian actor and television personality who also made a living as a model. Argentero hasn't spent his entire life in front of a camera, however; he graduated from the College of Saint Joseph in 2004 with degrees in Economics and Commerce. Encouraged by his cousin, actress Allesia Ventura, he experienced his first taste of fame when he joined the cast of Italy's take on the reality show "Big Brother" in 2000, a role that turned heads in the TV industry and led to his hosting gig on the film news program "Sky Cine News." After modeling for the hip magazine "Max," Argentero made the leap to serialized television and major motion pictures in 2005 as Marco Tosi in the drama series "Carabinieri" and Gerry in Francesca Comencini's film "A casa nostra." Film and television studios were eager to cast the dashing and talented actor, and he starred in several high-profile projects throughout the late 2000s including dramas "Solo un padre" and "Diverso da chi?," the latter earning him a David di Donatello Award nomination for Best Actor. Audiences around the world noticed Argentero as Giovanni, the suave and carefree Italian in "Glee"-creator Ryan Murphy's "Eat Pray Love" starring Julia Roberts. 2011 brought two unique experiences for Argentero: in addition to starring alongside his wife Myriam Catania in "C ́é chi dice no," he appeared on stage for the first time in Nicola Scorza's production of "Shakespeare in Love."

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