Francesco Cabras

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Francesco Cabras (born 1966, in Rome) is an Italian actor. He played the role of Gesmas on Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ,[1] played the chief of the rebels on Kurt Wimmer's Equilibrium as Francesco Calabras, and Rasputin on Louis Nero's Rasputin [2]

Currently he is working as a director, writer, cinematographer, cameraman and producer. His acting debut won him the 1996 Nanni Moretti's Sacher Festival Award for best leading actor.

He directed together with Alberto Molinari The Big Question a feature documentary selected at AFI Festival in Los Angeles[3] about the faith and the perception of the divine distributed by ThinkFilm. The film was originally produced by Mel Gibson.

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Francesco Cabras on IMDb