Giorgio Cantarini was born in Orvieto, Italy on April 12, 1992. He has lived in Rome and Paris. He made his cinema debut at just five years old in the role of Joshua in the film "La Vita è Bella" (Life is Beautiful) by Roberto Benigni, a role for which he won the Jackie Coogan Award (Young artist award of Hollywood), becoming the youngest winner of this award and the only Italian to do so. In 1999, sought after by Ridley Scott, he played a cameo role in the American Blockbuster movie "the Gladiator", winner of five Oscars. In the following years, he worked on two occasions for the American brand, Hallmark, firstly in the film "In Love and War" by John Kent Harrison, a film for American TV, and then in the popular Hallmark card commercial "Bicycle boy", which was used for several years. He took a break from the world of cinema to concentrate on his studies and sport, but during that time he still made guest appearances on Italian TV, both on the Italian RAI and Mediaset channels. In 200
Giorgio Cantarini born?
Giorgio Cantarini was born in Orvieto, Umbria, Italy