Marco Columbro

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Marco Columbro

Marco Columbro (born June 28, 1950) is an Italian actor and television host.

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Marco Columbro was born in Viareggio, Tuscany. He studied psychology at the University of Florence. Columbro worked as actor for numerous companies, collaborating, among the others, with Dario Fo. In 1981 he debuted for television as dubber of a puppet in Canale 5, Silvio Berlusconi's channel. Columbro subsequently hosted numerous shows in Berlusconi's channel, including Buona Domenica and Tra moglie e marito.

In 2003 he briefly worked for RAI, Italian's state television, for a show with Lorella Cuccarini. From 1993 onwards he worked mostly as actor for television series and for theatrical productions.

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