Fabrizio Rongione

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Fabrizio Rongione
Fabrizio Rongione at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival
Born (1973-03-03) 3 March 1973 (age 50)
Occupation(s)Actor, screenwriter, film producer

Fabrizio Rongione (born 3 March 1973) is a Belgian screenwriter, film producer and actor with Italian citizenship.


Rongione was born in Brussels, Belgium of Italian descent. He collaborated with Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne in Rosetta (1999), L’Enfant (2005), Lorna's Silence (2008), The Kid with a Bike (2011), Two Days, One Night (2014) and The Unknown Girl (2016). In 2002 he founded the film production company Eklektik Productions with Nicolas de Borman, Samuel Tilman and Stéphane Heymans.[1]

Rongione hosted the Magritte Awards ceremony for two consecutive years in 2013 and 2014, and again in 2018.[2]

Selected filmography[edit]


Year Title Role Notes
1999 Rosetta Riquet
2002 The Words of My Father Zeno Golden Goblet Award for Best Newcomer
2005 L'Enfant Jeune Bandit
2006 Nema problema Maxime
2008 Lorna's Silence Fabio
2008 Passe-passe Canolo
2010 The Front Line Piero
2011 The Kid with a Bike Bookseller
2012 Diaz – Don't Clean Up This Blood Nick Janssen
2013 The Nun Father Morante
2013 Violette Yvon Belaval
2014 La Sapienza Alexandre Schmidt
2014 Two Days, One Night Manu Bya Magritte Award for Best Actor
2016 Le Fils de Joseph Joseph
2016 The Unknown Girl Doctor Riga
2017 Don't Tell Her Alain Grégoire
2017 The Benefit of the Doubt David
2019 Romulus & Remus: The First King Lars
2019 Rosa Pietra e Stella Tarek
2020 Rose Island Monsieur Carlozzi
2021 Azor Yvan
Happening Dr. Ravinsky [3]
2023 The Order of Time


Year Title Role Notes
2006–2008 Mafiosa Rémi Andréani TV series, 14 episodes
2009–2017 A French Village Marcel Larcher TV series, 44 episodes
2019 Black Spot Simon Lefranc TV series, 1 episode
2019 Unit 42 Pierre Remacle TV series, 2 episodes



Actor, author and director[edit]

  • 1998 : Les Fléaux, cowritten and co dir. with Samuel Tilman - Brussels, Paris
  • 2001 : John and the wonderful’s, collective writing, co dir. with Samuel Tilman - Brussels
  • 2002-2003 : À genoux, one man show, cowritten with Samuel Tilman, Samuel Tilman and Marcel Gonzalez - Brussels, Festival d’Avignon
  • 2009 : On vit peu mais on meurt longtemps, one man show, cowritten and co dir. with Samuel Tilman - Brussels, tour Belgium and France


  • 1998 : Grand Prix and Prix du public at Festival du rire, Brussels for Les Fléaux
  • 2002 : Prix du Théâtre for best one man show for A genoux[4]


  1. ^ Fabrizio Rongione, l’éclectique, lalibre.be, 27 September 2006, retrieved 2014-03-25
  2. ^ Magritte du cinéma : Emilie Dequenne préside, Fabrizio Rongione rempile, focus.levif.be, 9 January 2014, retrieved 2014-03-25
  3. ^ "Happening - Cast & Crew". Mubi. Retrieved 17 September 2023.
  4. ^ A genoux au Festival d'Avignon, theatrotheque.com, retrieved 2014-03-25

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