Miguel Gobbo Diaz

Miguel Gobbo Diaz is an Italian actor of Dominican origin. Born in Santo Domingo he subsequently studied at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome, the most important film school in Italy. Miguel is a tenacious actor. From a very young age he has been constantly involved in the theatre scene, falling in love with it and becoming acquainted with many important personalities of both the stage and cinema world who invested in his talents and helped him cultivate his artistic formation. During his school years, he appeared in several stage works, among which Chekov’s The Seagull and Shakespeare ‘s Love Labour’s Lost. Right after his graduation from the cinema school, he landed his first role as a protagonist in Claudio Fragrasso’s film “La grande rabbia”, released in cinemas all over Italy on April the 28th 2016. Soon after that, Miguel appeared in a self-produced adaptation for the stage of Pinter’s “The Dumb Waiter”, at the Teatro Tordinona in Rome, a project he co-founded with an old school friend. He also appeared recently in the American film “Deprivation” directed by Brian Skiba, which will be released in the states next year. “If I managed to become an actor I owe it all to the enormous sacrifices my family always made for me. They taught me the value of humility and the importance of always being tenacious and honest. I truly believe that in this line of work it is of the utmost importance to learn to really know yourself in order to give your best at all times for what you love”

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