Alberto Malanchino (Alberto Boubakar Malanchino)
Actor (Cernusco sul Naviglio, Italy, 10.16.1992)
Born Alberto Boubakar Malanchino at Cernusco sul Naviglio near Milan on 1992, of Italian father and Burkinabe mother, Alberto Malanchino is an Italian actor, active mostly in theatre, short films and TV series. From 1 to 3 years he lived in Burkina Faso. After that he moved back to Italy. When he was a teenager at school he discovered his interest for acting, participating at some productions. Later on, he started to attend some acting, elocution and voice acting schools, enrolling at prestigious Paolo Grassi school in Milan. Starting from 2013, his name appears in several theatrical productions, based on classical (Shakespeare, Pinter, Williams) and contemporary authors. Soon after that, since 2015, he has been featuring in some short films. In 2017 he had the opportunity of a first role in a popular TV series aired in primetime on RAI, family drama-thriller La strada di casa (Back Home), authored by Francesco Arlanch and Andrea Valagussa and directed by Riccardo Donna: his role was that of Bashir, an Italian mixed-race physical therapist, in love with the daughter of the lead, a big farmer starred by Alessio Boni.
In 2018, he appeared in a new theatrical production inspired to the Burkinabe leader Thomas Sankara, staged at Franco Parenti Theatre in Milan.
Laura’s Love (Petra Deidda, 2015, sf, act), Anna’s Theme (Antonio Pinnetti, 2015, sf, act), Mio fratello ha la ragazza (Mario D’Avino, 2015, sf, act), Bugiarda (Renato Lambo, 2016, sf, act), Reminiscence (Pietro Landonio, 2016, sf, act), La strada di casa (Riccardo Donna, 2017, tvs, act)
Frame taken from:
La strada di casa. Dir. Riccardo Donna. Casanova Multimedia, Rai Fiction, 2017
Contributors: Leonardo De Franceschi
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