Gabriel Garko

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Gabriel Garko

Dario Oliviero (born 12 July 1972), better known by his stage name Gabriel Garko, is an Italian actor and former fashion model.

Background[edit]

Born in Turin, Piedmont, Italy to a Venetian father and Sicilian mother, Garko was raised in the nearby suburb of Settimo Torinese. His film credits include Callas Forever (2002),[1] and L'Onore and il Rispetto (2006) a television mini-series where he portrayed a ruthless fictitious Mafia boss "Tonio Fortebracci". In Tinto Brass' Senso '45 he appears full-frontal naked in a scene when he goes to the sea with lead actress Anna Galiena. [2] He starred alongside actresses Serena Autieri and Manuela Arcuri. In 2010 he had the main role of "Nito Valdi" in another mini-series Il peccato e la vergogna, which was set in Italy during World War II.[3] Manuela Arcuri was his co-star in this series as well. In 2011, he starred in the television mini-series Viso d'angelo (Angel Face), a police thriller.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ardant's passion drives Zeffirelli's fictional 'Callas Forever' " (20 May 2005) Times - Picayune, New Orleans
  2. ^ "El malo de la película: Este actor italiano denuncia agresiones y amenazas de telespectadores que creen que es realmente tan vil y malvado como los personajes que interpreta" (24 January 2014) El Mundo, Madrid (Spanish)
  3. ^ Il peccato e la vergogna at the Internet Movie Database
  4. ^ Viso d'angelo at the Internet Movie Database

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