Fabrizio Corona in 2009
29 March 1974 |
|Known for||Italian actor, photographic agent, television and media personality|
|Spouse(s)||Nina Morić (m. 2001–07)|
|Children||Carlos Maria (b. 2002)|
Fabrizio Maria Corona (born 29 March 1974) is an Italian photographic agent, actor, television and media personality.
A former partner and administrator of Corona's, a photographic agency in Milan, Corona was the central figure in a series of investigations into the 2007 extortion scandal known as Vallettopoli, which involved many celebrities in the entertainment business and sports. He was arrested and spent 77 days in prison; however on 29 May 2007, he was released but placed under house arrest. He wrote a book La mia Prigione (My Prison) about his experiences as a result of the Vallettopoli scandal which received much attention from the Italian media.
In March 2009, he was a participant in the reality show La fattoria. Corona made his acting debut in May 2010 in the television drama series Squadra antimafia - Palermo oggi 2 which was broadcast on Mediaset's Canale 5. He played the role of Mafia boss Ivo Principe, nicknamed Catanese.
Corona also appeared as himself in Erik Gandini's expository documentary, Videocracy, in which his relationships with political and television industry moguls such as Lele Mora and Silvio Berlusconi are explored. He discusses his business, jail time, and celebrity as well.
Corona appeared in photographs advertising the 2010 collection of a line of designer watches.
From December 2008 to April 2012, Corona was romantically involved with Argentine showgirl and model Belén Rodríguez which attracted much gossip and publicity. From his former marriage to Croatian model Nina Morić, he has one son, Carlos Maria, who was born in 2002.
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