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Federico Galliano

Federico Galliano - BiographyFederico Galliano is a reknown Italian actor and theater director. He is the lead actor in national theater tours, spanning from classical works (Shakespeare; Molière) to literary pieces (Odyssey; Orlando Furioso), portraying characters from religious iconography (Jesus; Saint Francis), and in performances addressing contemporary and social themes. Among the authors he has interpreted are: Homer (Odyssey), Shakespeare (Hamlet, The Merry Wives of Windsor), Molière (The Miser, The Imaginary Invalid), Ludovico Ariosto (Orlando Furioso), Apuleius (The Golden Ass), Apollonius of Rhodes (The Argonauts), and Jean Cocteau (The Human Voice).

More recently, he has dedicated himself to rediscovering the heritage of dialectal theatrical tradition, acting in plays from Gilberto Govi's repertoire. He has also been featured in international commercials (Acqua di Parma, Grandi Navi Veloci, Dietor, Campari, Lifegate).

Galliano specialized in Genoa and Milan under the guidance of Laura Curino, Vanni Valenza, Mauro Pirovano, and Simona Garbarino. Alongside Mauro Pirovano, he has served as a teacher in theater courses at the Cassini Institute in Genoa. For many years, he has been a cultural and film animator in Liguria.

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