• Giuseppe Maggio is a 29-year-old Italian actor born in Rome, Italy in 199•
• He has a net worth of over $1 million, earned through his successful career as a professional actor.
• He studied literature and philosophy at the 'La Sapienza' University of Rome and took various acting courses in Italy and abroad.
• Giuseppe has worked on nearly 20 television and film titles since he launched his career in the late 2000s.
• He is believed to be single and resides in Rome.
Who is Giuseppe Maggio?
Giuseppe Maggio was born on 13 November 1992 under the zodiac sign of Scorpio, in Rome, Italy. He’s a 29-year-old actor, probably best recognized for landing the role of Niccolò Brighenti in the mystery thriller TV miniseries “Il Bosco” (2015), playing Stefano Nardi / Stefano Mancini in the action crime TV series “Solo Per Amore” (2015-2017), and featuring as Fiore in the drama TV series “Baby” (2018-2020).
How rich is he, as of now? Giuseppe Maggio Net Worth
As of early 2022, Giuseppe Maggio’s net worth is estimated at over $1 million, earned through his successful career as a professional actor, who has worked on nearly 20 television and film titles since he launched his career back in the late 2000s.
Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background
Giuseppe Maggio spent his early years in his hometown of Rome, where he was raised by his parents, however, he hasn’t shared information about their names and professions; he has a sister named Vittoria Maggio. He holds Italian nationality, belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian.
Speaking about his education, Giuseppe attended the classical high school Terenzio Mamiani, then upon matriculation, he enrolled into the faculty of literature and philosophy at the ‘La Sapienza’ University of Rome. Parallel to his studies, he attended various acting courses in Italy and abroad, and also took courses in singing, dancing, diction, English and French.
Giuseppe launched his career as a professional actor in 2009, when he made his debut feature film appearance as Massi in the romantic comedy film “Love 14”, directed by Federico Moccia.
Two years later, he took the lead male role of Marco in the romantic film “Almeno Tu Nell’universo”, opposite Giulia Gorietti, then in the same year landed his TV debut in a support role in the series “Fratelli Detective”, and featured in the short film “A Student Named Alessandro”, which was awarded the Silver Ribbon.
In 2013, he was cast as Edorado Rengoni in the drama TV miniseries “Una Grande Famiglia – 20 Anni Prima”, which is the prequel to “Una Grande Famiglia”. During the same year, Guiseppe featured in the fifth season of the TV series “Provaci Ancora Prof!”, and played the main protagonist Marco in the comedy film “Un fantastico Via Vai”, co-written and directed by Leonardo Pieraccioni.
Rise to Prominence
In 2014, Giuseppe Maggio made an appearance in the drama film “Bologna Due Agosto: I Giorni Della Collera”, after which he played Niccolò Brighenti in the mystery thriller TV miniseries “Il Bosco”, created by Pietro Valsecchi, and guest-starred as Paolo in an episode of the comedy TV series “Tutti Insieme All’improvviso”, both released in 2015.
His next major role came later that year when he joined the main cast of the action crime TV series “Solo Per Amore”, in which he starred as Stefano Nardi / Stefano Mancini until the series was ended after two seasons in 2017. He would later reprise the role in its sequel, entitled “Solo Per Amore – Crossed Destinies”, the same year. Also in 2017, he appeared in the short drama film “Stati”.
In 2018, Giuseppe Maggio had the part of Wladimir in the romantic film “Such A Great Love”, next to Francesca Loy, Franco Castellano, and Eleonora Brown. The film is about a guy who, after his mother’s death moves from Saint Petersburg to Verona to find his father who abandoned them when he was a baby. The same year, he also played in the TV series “La Compagnia Del Cigno”.
Giuseppe Maggio’s most prominent role that gained him international recognition came when he was chosen to portray Fiore in the coming-of-age drama TV series “Baby” (2018-2020) – the series was distributed by Netflix which led him to be introduced to a wider public. His outstanding performance in the series won him more serious roles, playing Massimiliano in the award-winning romantic comedy musical film “My Heart Goes Boom!”, and starring as Arturo in the romantic comedy film “Out Of My League”, both in 2020.
He then collaborated with Alessandro Pondi on his comedy film “School Of Mafia” (2021), in which he landed the role of Nick Di Maggio. Most recently, he played Dario in the romantic comedy film “Four To Dinner”, directed by Alessio Maria Federici, and took the role of Toni in the comedy film “Di Più Non Basta Mai”, both in 2022.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Giuseppe Maggio has short dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. He stands at a height of 5ft 8ins (1.73m), while his weight is around 174lbs (79kgs). Information about his vital statistics, biceps size, and shoe size isn’t available.
Giuseppe Maggio isn’t very open when it comes to his personal life, keeping details about it away from the eye of the public. Nonetheless, it is known that he was previously romantically involved with his “Baby” co-star Susanna Mazzoncini, but the two didn’t share any information about their relationship. Many of his fans believe that he doesn’t have a girlfriend at the moment and is focused on his professional career. He still resides in Rome.