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Boris, yesterday and today: how the protagonists have changed

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Boris, ieri e oggi: come sono cambiati i protagonisti

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Boris è senza dubbio una delle serie TV italiane più amate di tutti i tempi. Un grande lavoro di scrittura e recitazione, ancora attualissimo. Grande ironia e un viaggio sofferto attraverso i compromessi che il regista René Ferretti è costretto ad accettare. Sogna una televisione differente, una fiction più internazionale, ma gli ostacoli da fronteggiare sono innumerevoli. La serie vanta tre stagioni (-). Tanti gli attori noti che hanno preso parte alla serie. Ecco com'è cambiata la loro carriera da allora

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Massimiliano Bruno (Nando Martellone): è uno sceneggiatore, attore e regista romano. Molto impegnato tra teatro e cinema, ha dal a oggi diretto sette film, tra i quali “Nessuno mi può giudicare” e “Non ci resta che il crimine”.



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Valerio Aprea (Sceneggiatore 1): svariati i ruoli comici ricoperti in carriera, tra cinema e televisione. Ha preso parte alla trilogia di Sydney SibiliaSmetto quando voglio”, così come all'adattamento della graphic novel di ZerocalcareLa profezia dell'armadillo”.



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Massimo De Lorenzo (Sceneggiatore 2): attore che vanta una lunga filmografia, dal a oggi. Dopo “Boris” ha preso parte a progetti come “Ex - Amici come prima”, “Immaturi” e “Figli”, tra gli altri.



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Andrea Sartoretti (Sceneggiatore 3): abile in ruoli drammatici come comici. È noto al pubblico soprattutto per “Romanzo criminale - La serie”. Ha recitato inoltre in film come “ACAB - All Cops Are Bastards”, di Stefano Sollima, e “Figli”.



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Antonio Catania (Diego Lopez): attore italiano che ha preso parte a grandi progetti, come “Mediterraneo”. Dopo “Boris” ha recitato in film come “La peggior settimana della mia vita”, “L'ora legale” di Ficarra e Picone e “10 giorni senza mamma”, tra gli altri.



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Ninni Bruschetta (Duccio Patané): attore, regista e sceneggiatore italiano. Ha recitato in “To Rome With Love” di Woody Allen, in “Quo vado?” di Checco Zalone e molti prodotti per la TV, come “I bastardi di Pizzofalcone”.



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Paolo Calabresi (Augusto Biascica): attore, conduttore e regista romano, divenuto noto grazie al programma “Le Iene”. Dopo “Boris” ha recitato in “Diaz - Don't Clean Up This Blood”, nella trilogia di Sydney Sibilia “Smetto quando voglio” e “Figli”, tra gli altri.



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Alberto Di Stasio (Sergio Vannucci): attore e regista napoletano, che ha preso parte a due film dopo “Boris”, “Pecore in erba” e “Il tuttofare”.



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Carlo De Ruggieri (Lorenzo): ha recitato in svariate serie TV, come “Tutti per Bruno”. Ha poi preso parte a film come “Metti la nonna in freezer” e “Figli”.



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Francesco Pannofino (René Ferretti): attore e doppiatore romano, voce italiana di attori come Denzel Washington, George Clooney, Daniel Day-Lewis e Kurt Russell, tra gli altri. La sua è una lunga e proficua carriera, con serie come “Nero Wolfe” e film come “L'arbitro” e “Assolo”.



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Caterina Guzzanti (Arianna Dell'Arti): la sua è una famiglia di artisti. Suo fratello e sua sorella sono infatti Corrado e Sabina Guzzanti. Molti i lavori teatrali, così come i programmi televisivi. Ha inoltre recitato in film come “Nessuno mi può giudicare” e “Ogni maledetto Natale”.



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Alessandro Tiberi (Alessandro): il ruolo in “Boris” resta quello più noto della sua carriera, ma nel tempo ha lavorato molto tra teatro e cinema. Ha doppiato negli anni Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire e altri. Ha recitato in “Immaturi” e ha preso parte al cast di “To Rome With Love” di Woody Allen.



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Carolina Crescentini (Corinna Negri): apprezzata attrice romana, che dal al ha recitato ne “I bastardi di Pizzofalcone”. Per quanto riguarda il cinema ha invece recitato in “Assolo” e “A casa tutti bene” di Gabriele Muccino, tra gli altri.



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Pietro Sermonti (Stanis La Rochelle): si è fatto conoscere dal grande pubblico grazie alla fiction “Un medico in famiglia”, per poi dedicarsi al cinema e al teatro. Ha recitato nella trilogia “Smetto quando voglio”, così come nel premiato “Bangla”, tra gli altri.

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Boris, yesterday and today: how the protagonists have changed

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Boris is undoubtedly one of the most loved Italian TV series of all times. A great work of writing and acting, still very current. Great irony and a painful journey through the compromises that the director René Ferretti is forced to accept. He dreams of a different television, a more international drama, but the obstacles to be faced are countless. The series consists of three seasons (-). Many well-known actors who played in the series. Here's how their career has changed since then

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Massimiliano Bruno (Nando Martellone): is a Roman scriptwriter, actor and director. Very busy between theater and cinema, from to today has directed seven movies, including “Nessuno mi può giudicare” (Escort in Love) and “Non ci resta che il crimine” (We Have Nothing Left but Crime).



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Valerio Aprea (Screenwriter 1): various comic roles covered in career, between cinema and television. He has played in the trilogy of Sydney SibiliaSmetto quando voglio” (I can quit whenever I want), as well as the adaptation of the graphic novel by ZerocalcareLa profezia dell'armadillo” (The Armadillo Prophecy).



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Massimo De Lorenzo (Screenwriter 2): actor who boasts a long filmography, from till today. After “Boris” he has taken part in projects such as “Ex - Amici come prima” (Ex: Friends As Before!), “Immaturi” (The Immature) and “Figli” (Sons), among others.



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Andrea Sartoretti (Screenwriter 3): capable in dramatic roles such as comic ones. He's known to the public mainly for “Romanzo criminale - La serie” (Criminal romance - The series). He has also played in movies such as “ACAB - All Cops Are Bastards”, by Stefano Sollima, and “Figli” (Sons).



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Antonio Catania (Diego Lopez): Italian actor who has taken part in major projects, as “Mediterraneo”. After “Boris” he has played in movies such as “La peggior settimana della mia vita” (The Worst Week of My Life), “L'ora legale” (Summer Time) by Ficarra and Picone and “10 giorni senza mamma” (When Mom Is Away), among others.



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Ninni Bruschetta (Duccio Patané): Italian actor, director and screenwriter. He has played in “To Rome With Love” by Woody Allen, in “Quo vado?” by Checco Zalone and many TV products, such as “I bastardi di Pizzofalcone” (The Bastards Of Pizzofalcone).



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Paolo Calabresi (Augusto Biascica): Roman actor, host and director, who became famous thanks to the show “Le Iene” (The Hyenas). After “Boris” has played in “Diaz - Don't Clean Up This Blood”, in the trilogy by Sydney Sibilia “Smetto quando voglio” (I can quit whenever I want) and “Figli” (Sons), among others.



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Alberto Di Stasio (Sergio Vannucci): Neapolitan actor and director, who has played in two movies after “Boris”, “Pecore in erba” (Burning Love) and “Il tuttofare” (The handyman).



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Carlo De Ruggieri (Lorenzo): has played in various TV series, such as “Tutti per Bruno” (All for Bruno). He has then played in movies such as “Metti la nonna in freezer” (Put Grandma in the Freezer) and “Figli” (Sons).



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Francesco Pannofino (René Ferretti): Roman actor and dubber, Italian voice of actors such as Denzel Washington, George Clooney, Daniel Day-Lewis and Kurt Russell, among others. His career is long and successful, with series as “Nero Wolfe” and movies as “L'arbitro” (The Referee) and “Assolo” (Solo).



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Caterina Guzzanti (Arianna Dell'Arti): she's part of a family of artists. Hers brother and sister are indeed Corrado and Sabina Guzzanti. Many theatrical works, as well as television programs. She also played in movies such as “Nessuno mi può giudicare” (Escort in Love) and “Ogni maledetto Natale” (Every damned Christmas).



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Alessandro Tiberi (Alessandro): the role in “Boris” remains the best known one of his career, but over time he has worked a lot between theater and cinema. He has dubbed over the years Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire and others. He has played in “Immaturi” (The Immature) and he has taken part in the cast of “To Rome With Love” by Woody Allen.



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Carolina Crescentini (Corinna Negri): appreciated Roman actress, who from to has played in “I bastardi di Pizzofalcone” (The Bastards Of Pizzofalcone). Regarding the cinema she has instead played in “Assolo” (Solo) and “A casa tutti bene” (There's No Place Like Home) by Gabriele Muccino, among others.



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Pietro Sermonti (Stanis La Rochelle): he made himself known to the general public thanks to the drama “Un medico in famiglia” (A Doctor in the Family - Original format: Médico de familia), to then devote himself to cinema and theater. He has played in the trilogy “Smetto quando voglio” (I can quit whenever I want), as well as in the awarded “Bangla”, among others.

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