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12 April 1992
Giorgio made his film debut in the 1997 Roberto Benigni directed comedy-drama Life is Beautiful, playing Benigni's four-year-old son 'Giosuè Orefice', who is sent with his Jewish-Italian father to a German concentration camp during World War II. The film won three Academy Awards. In 1998, Giorgio was awarded alongside his castmates of Life Is Beautiful with a nomination for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture and the same year he won the Young Artist Award.
His second film appearance was in the 2000 Ridley Scott-directed period action/drama Gladiator. Giorgio was cast as the son of Oscar winner Russell Crowe's character 'Maximus'. The film would win five Oscars at the 73rd Academy Awards.
In 2001, Giorgio appeared in the Hallmark Hall of Fame American television film adaptation of author Eric Newby's autobiographical novel Love and War in the Apennines (retitled In Love and War) as 'Slavko'. The film was shot on location in Italy.
In 2005 Giorgio competed in Ballando con le Stelle, the Italian reality television version of the series Dancing With The Stars.
Giorgio currently resides in Viterbo, Italy with his mother and brother Lorenzo.
- Life Is Beautiful (La vita è bella) (1997)
- Gladiator (2000)
- In Love and War (2001)
- Il giorno, la notte. Poi l'alba (2007)
- Il mattino ha l'oro in bocca (2008)