Libero De Rienzo

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Libero De Rienzo

Libero De Rienzo (born 1978) is an Italian film actor, director and screenwriter.

Career[edit]

De Rienzo was born in Naples, but raised in Rome.

In 2001, De Rienzo appeared in three films: Fat Girl, Gioco con la morte, and Santa Maradona. He received a David di Donatello award for best supporting actor for his work in Santa Maradona.[1] In 2004, De Rienzo starred in A/R andata+ritorno.

As of 2005 Blood, Death Does Not Exist has been released, a film which De Rienzo wrote, directed and acted in. Blood, Death Does Not Exist won the Best Feature and the Grand Chameleon Awards at the Brooklyn Film Festival in 2006.[2]

He has also acted in television productions, including the miniseries Nassiryia - Per non Dimenticare; My House in Umbria; and Aldo Moro - Il Presidente. He also appeared in the 2009 film Fortapasc.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes and awards
1999 The Road of the Angels Angelo
Asini Young priest
2001 Fat Girl Fernando
Holy Maradona Bart David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actor
Gioco con la morte Mattia
2004 Roundtrip Dante Cruciani
2005 Blood, Death Does Not Exist Adrian Brooklyn Film Festival - Best Feature
Brooklyn Film Festival - Grand Chameleon
2007 Milano-Palermo: The Return Libero Proietti
2009 Fort Apache Napoli Giancarlo Siani Nominated - David di Donatello for Best Actor
2011 Kryptonite!
2013 Miele Salvatore
2014 I Can Quit Whenever I Want Bartolomeo Bonelli Nominated - David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actor
2015 I Killed Napoléon Biagio

Television[edit]

Year Film Role Notes and awards
2003 My House in Umbria Dr. Innocenti
2007 Nassiryia - Per non dimenticare Appuntato Maurizio Costa
2008 Aldo Moro - Il presidente Valerio Morucci

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ente David di Donatello - Accademia del Cinema Italiano". www.daviddidonatello.it. Archived from the original on October 21, 2013. Retrieved 2009-03-09. 
  2. ^ "Brooklyn Film Fest > films > winners > 2006". brooklynfilmfestival.org. Archived from the original on August 28, 2008. Retrieved 2009-03-09. 

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