Alessandro Fricano is a stage and screen Italian born actor from Bagheria (Sicily).
Emotionally captured as a child by watching Cinema Paradiso by his country-fellow
Academy winner Giuseppe Tornatore, he developed an interest into acting.
After graduating in Foreign Languages and Literature at the University of Palermo, he got into
official Drama School in Spain (ESAD Valencia) and graduated in 2013, also attending one
academic year in England, at Rose Bruford College. He took part in a number of stage
productions in Spanish and English, working with professionals like Vicente Genoves, Antonio Diaz Zamora, Lola Lopez, Sam Rumbelow, Simon Usher, Jane Bertish..
He made his debut in cinema playing lead role in the feature film Libera Me (2015), a
psycho-drama with thriller nuances about domestic violence, awarded as Best Feature at
the Los Angeles Cine Fest and selected in a lot of film festivals around the world.
He’s been playing in different stage and indie film projects in Italy and USA since, and more
recently in the Docu-fiction RAI on the National TV called "Maxi" (2018), playing a
policeman in the 80’s. Passionate, always looking to develop as an artist and human