Filippo Timi

Filippo Timi was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Timi began his acting career appearing in various films, such as "In the Beginning There Was Underwear" (1999), the drama "Appassionate" (2000) with Anna Bonaiuto and "Rosatigre" (2001). He also appeared in the drama "Transe" (2006) with Iaia Forte, "In Memoria Di Me" (2007) and "Saturno Contro" (2007). His film career continued throughout the early 2000s and the 2010s in productions like the Miki Manojlovic dramatic period piece "I Demoni Di San Pietroburgo" (2008), "Signorinaeffe" (2008) and "Come Dio Comanda" (2010). He also appeared in the dramatic adaptation "La Solitudine dei Numeri Primi" (2010) with Isabella Rossellini, "The American" (2010) with George Clooney and "Vincere" (2010). More recently, he continued to act in "Angel of Evil" (2011), the period drama "Rust" (2011) with Valeria Solarino and "The Double Hour" (2011). He also appeared in "When the Night" (2011), "Astérix et Obélix: Au Service de sa Majesté" (2012) and the comedy "Com'è Bello Far l'Amore" (2012) with Fabio De Luigi. Timi most recently acted in "Un château en Italie" (2013) with Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi.