Sergio Rubini Wiki, Biography, Age, Net Worth, Contact & Informations

Sergio Rubini
Wiki, Biography, Age, Net Worth, Contact & Informations

Here you can learn about Sergio Rubini’s career and curiosities about the private life, read the latest news, find all the awards won and watch the photos and videos.


Age: 61 years old

Born in: Grumo Appula, Italy
Born on: 21/12/1959


Sergio Rubini he was born the December 21, 1959 in Grumo Appula, in the province of Bari. After graduating from the scientific high school of Altamura, he moved to Rome in 1978 to attend the Silvio D’Amico National Academy of Dramatic Art with the intention of pursuing an acting career, but abandoned his studies after only two years. Despite this, he did not give up his dream of becoming an actor and, after some experiences in radio and others in the theater, he made his debut on the big screen in 1985 with My son, infinitely dear … of Valentino Orsini.

The following year is the son of Aldo Moro, Giovanni, ne The Moro case (1986) by Giuseppe Ferrara. In 1987 he tries the auditions to interpret Federico Fellini as a young man in Interview and manages to get the coveted part. From this moment on, Rubini’s career took off and at the same time he also got his first leading role with the comedy. The great Blek (1987) by Giuseppe Piccioni, followed by other films in which the actor always plays the main role.

In 1990 he made his directorial debut with The station, a film that marks the beginning of a long partnership with the screenwriter Umberto Marino. With this debut, Rubini, in addition to winning a good result at the box office, also wins the David di Donatello and the Nastro d’Argento for Best New Director, as well as the Ciak d’oro for Best First Feature. The early nineties continue with other collaborations with Piccioni, such as Ask for the moon (1991) and Sentenced to marriage (1993), and also stars in other highly successful films, including Wolf wolf (1992) by and with Carlo Verdone is A pure formality (1994) of Giuseppe Tornatore. These are the years in which Rubini goes back behind the camera to direct The blonde (1992) before e Extraordinary performance (1994) after. In 1997 he started a collaboration with Gabriel Salvatores with the film Nirvana, where it reads next to Christopher Lambert ed Emmanuelle Seigner and with which he obtains a nomination for the David and a victory for the Ciak d’oro.

In 1997 he continued his directing experience with The bride’s journey, set in southern Italy in the seventeenth century with protagonists himself and Giovanna Mezzogiorno, actress with whom he also acts Of lost love (1998) of Michele Placido. Rubini is now an actor and director with a long consolidated career behind him and it is not surprising that at the end of the nineties opportunities arrived for him that allowed him to shine in the world cinema scene. In 1999, in fact, Anthony Minghella he wants it next to a Matt Damon, Jude Law, Cate Blanchett is Gwyneth Paltrow in the role of Inspector Roverini in the thriller Mr. Ripley’s talent, a film with which he was nominated for the Nastri d’Argento for Best Supporting Actor.

The new millennium begins with Mirka (2000) of the Algerian Rachid Benhadj and continues with two Salvatores starring films, that is Teeth (2000) and Amnesia (2002). Although in this decade Rubini starred in several Italian works, including Handbook of love (2005) and Comedysexi (2006), and international, such as Christ’s passion (2004) of Mel Gibson, his directorial vein is the one that flourishes most with the 2000s. During this period, the filmmaker brought various films of various genres to the big screen, from sentimental comedies All the love there is (2000), The soul mate (2002) and Love returns (2004), up to the drama of The earth (2006) – winner of the Golden Globe of the Foreign Press Grand Prix – and de The boogeyman (2009), passing through the thriller with Glance (2008).

He is the father of Nicolas Vaporidis in All the love in the world (2010) and the advisor of Antonio Albanese aka Cetto La Whatever in Whatever (2011). The participation in Italian comedies continues with The last wheel of the wagon (2013) and The stuff of dreams (2016), but Rubini also takes part in the war Road 47 (2014) of Vicente Ferraz and to the dramatic Our land (2014) of Giulio Manfredonia. In 2016 he returns to acting for Piccioni in These days and later for Giovanni Veronesi in It is not a country for young people (2017). His directing career with comedy is also a fast travel I’ll get back to you (2013), the tragicomedies We need to talk (2015) and The great spirit (2018).

The great spirit

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The De Filippo brothers

The De Filippo brothers

Role: Film director
Year: 2020

The Great Spirit

The Great Spirit

Role: Film director
Year: 2019

We need to talk

We need to talk

Role: Film director
Year: 2015

I'll get back to you

I’ll get back to you

Role: Film director
Year: 2013 Go to the complete Filmography


Comedy: 54% Drama: 31% Sentimental: 4% Thriller: 3%


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