|Full Name Corrado Fortuna|
Name Corrado Fortuna
Years active 2002–present
|Occupation Actor, director|
Residence Palermo, Sicily
|Born March 31, 1978 (age 37) (1978-03-31) Palermo, Sicily, Italy|
Movies Do you see me?, My Name Is Tanino, The Greatest of All, The Sea Purple, To Rome with Love
Similar People Riccardo Milani, Carlo Virzi, Lunetta Savino, Ennio Fantastichini, Paola Cortellesi
Marco bocci corrado fortuna e lunetta savino per scusate se esisto
Corrado Fortuna (born 31 March 1978) is an Italian actor and director.
- Marco bocci corrado fortuna e lunetta savino per scusate se esisto
- Corrado fortuna recita il monologo tratto da un giorno sarai un posto bellissimo
Corrado fortuna recita il monologo tratto da un giorno sarai un posto bellissimo
Born in Palermo, Fortuna debuted in 2002 with the title role in the film My Name Is Tanino, directed by Paolo Virzi, with whom he then worked as assistant director on the film Caterina in the Big City in 2003. In the same year, he played the title role in an autobiographical drama film that marked the directorial debut by singer-songwriter Franco Battiato, Lost Love. Thanks to his performance in My Name Is Tanino and Lost Love, in 2004 Fortuna won the "Guglielmo Biraghi" prize awarded by Italian Film Journalists Union. In the same year, he had a role in the film Alla luce del sole (the biography of Father Pino Puglisi, a priest murdered by the Mafia), directed by Roberto Faenza with Luca Zingaretti. In 2009 Fortuna returned to the cinema to star in Baaria, directed by Giuseppe Tornatore. In 2012 he had a small role in the film To Rome with Love directed by Woody Allen. In 2014, he was among the lead actors in Scusate se esisto!, with Paola Cortellesi and Raul Bova. Over the years, he developed simultaneously his acting career and his work as a director of documentaries and video clips. In 2014 he published his first novel, Un giorno sarai un posto bellissimo, published by Baldini & Castoldi.