Luca Calvani

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Luca Calvani
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Born (1974-08-07) August 7, 1974 (age 40)
Prato, Tuscany, Italy
Occupation Actor
Years active 2000–present

Luca Calvani (born August 7, 1974) is an Italian actor.

Calvani was born in Prato, Tuscany, Italy. Luca was a model during his teen years, working with top names in the world of fashion, including Giorgio Armani. Spent his twenties in New York City, where he first studied acting with Ron Stetson then with Susan Batson. Among his American TV roles, the HBO series "Sex and the City" (2001), where he starred opposite Alan Cumming and Sarah Jessica Parker, and as the villain Dante on CBS TV's daytime drama "As the World Turns". In Europe, he worked in theatre, TV and a Film, among them Ferzan Özpetek award-winning "His Secret Life" aka "Le Fate Ignoranti". Calvani is trilingual, he speaks French and English in addition to his native Italian. In 2007 he shoot "Il Commissario Manara" directed by Davide Marengo for Italian network Raiuno. He co-starred as Enzo Calvini opposite Clive Owen in Tom Tykwer's The International and the upcoming Italian TV series "Questo è Amore" directed by Riccardo Milani opposite Stefania Rocca.





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