Antonio Albanese Movies and Career Information

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Oct 10, 1964
Actor and Writer

Antonio Albanese (born October 10, 1964 in Olginate) is an Italian comedian, actor, director and writer. Born in Lombardy to Sicilian parents, he studied at the Civic Drama School in Milan, then opted to pursue an acting career. His first experiences as a comedian go back to 1992, when he made his debut at the Zelig Theatre in Milan. He showcased his acts on the popular Maurizio Costanzo talk show and collaborated with actor-comedian Paolo Rossi. His popularity increased after he joined the Italia 1 show Mai dire gol. He currently appears on the show Che tempo che fa, presented by Fabio Fazio and aired on Rai Tre. From the late 1990s, Albanese also pursued a movie career, working both as an actor, under the direction of Carlo Mazzacurati and Pupi Avati, and also as a director in his own right. A corrupt, perverted Calabrian with Mafia connections, right-wing Senator, running as candidate with a platform based mainly on "abundance of attractive women" (cchiù pilu pi tutti, which is also the title of a book released by Albanese using the character's name). The character was featured first on Albanese's own TV show Non c'è problema (There's no problem), aired on Rai Tre in 2003, but

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