was born in Brussels in 1973 and was given his first screen role in Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne
's ROSETTA. His subsequent performances include Francesca's Comencini's LA PAROLE DI MIO PADRE, Christophe Fraipont's LE TROISIEME OEIL, Luc Bondy's NE FAIS PAS CA!, Robinson Savary
's BYE-BYE BLACKBIRD, Stefano Pasetto's TURTLES ON THEIR BACKS) Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne's L'ENFANT, Giancarlo Bocchi's NEMA PROBLEMA, Ariel Zeitoun's MASKED MOBSTERS, and Joachim Lafosse's WHAT MAKES YOU HAPPY.
Fabrizio Rongione's theatre experience include major roles in such acclaimed plays as Stendhal's THE RED AND THE BLACK, Goethe's EGMONT, Witold Gombrowicz's FERDYDURKE, Dario Fo's COUPLE OUVERT A DEUX BATTANTS and Voltaire's THE PRINCESS OF BABYLON. In 2003, he played Napoleon in Robert Hossein's THUS WAS BONAPARTE. He has also written and directed several shorts, documentaries and the one-man show, A GENOUX, winner of the Belgian Best One-Man-Show Award.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2009.
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