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Roberto Citran

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Occupation  actor
Name  Roberto Citran
Role  Actor

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Born  26 January 1955 (age 60) (1955-01-26) Padua
Nominations  David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actor
Movies  Shun Li and the Poet, Zoran - My Nephew the Idiot, The Bull, Vesna Goes Fast, Night Bus
Similar People  Carlo Mazzacurati, Matteo Oleotto, Massimo Venier, Andrea Segre, Felice Farina

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Roberto Citran (born 26 January 1955) is an Italian actor.


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Life and career

Born in Padua, Citran graduated in psychology and founded the university film club "CINEMAUNO" in his hometown. After some sporadic stage works he founded a small theater company, "Punto e Virgola".

Citran is probably best known for his films with the director Carlo Mazzacurati, Paduan like him, who made him debuting in a main role in 1989, in Il prete bello.

In 1994 Citran won a Volpi Cup for best supporting actor for his performance in Mazzacurati's Il toro.

Selected filmography

  • Italian Night (1987)
  • Little Misunderstandings (1989)
  • The Amusements of Private Life (1990)
  • Condominio (1991)
  • Ask for the Moon (1991)
  • Il toro (1994)
  • Policemen (1995)
  • Vesna Goes Fast (1996)
  • Bits and Pieces (1996)
  • Le acrobate (1997)
  • The Truce (1997)
  • Paz! (2002)
  • El Alamein: The Line of Fire (2002)
  • The Fugitive (2003)
  • The Good Pope: Pope John XXIII (2003)
  • The Life That I Want (2004)
  • An Italian Romance (2004)
  • Flying Lessons (2007)
  • Night Bus (2007)
  • Saint Philip Neri: I Prefer Heaven (2010)
  • Shun Li and the Poet (2011)
  • Some Say No (2011)
  • Il giorno in piĆ¹ (2011)
  • Mary of Nazareth (2012)
  • Zoran, My Nephew the Idiot (2013)
  • The Chair of Happiness (2013)
  • References

    Roberto Citran Wikipedia