Alessandro Fabrizi


ALESSANDRO FABRIZI was born and raised in Rome, Italy. An actor since 1978, director since 1983 and Designated Linklater Teacher since 2010. As a Designated Linklater Teacher he has taught at Scuola del Teatro Stabile di Torino (2010/11);  Schauspiel Institut in Innsbruck (2011), l'Accademia Internazionale d'Arte Drammatica - Teatro Quirino (2010/11/12); Centro Teatro Ateneo dell'Università La Sapienza di Roma (2012); Stadsteater of Stockholm (2013); Estudio Corazza para el Actor in Madrid (2014); International Festival of Izmir (Turkey 2016), University of Cluj-Napoca (2017, 2019), Q-Academy and C.A.F.T in Rome. He teaches regularly (since 2008) at the Accademia Nazionale d'Arte Drammatica Silvio d'Amico di Roma. In 2016/17 he was member of the scientific committee and teacher for the Master Degree "Dynamics of Vocal Expressions: the Linklater Method" at the University of Rome Sapienza. 

          Since 2013 he is Artistic Director of the Eco Logical Theater Fest ( in Stromboli (Messina, Italy). Amomg his latest theatre productions: the site specific productions of William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and  "The Tempest" (Stromboli 2019, 2016)); Nada Malanima's "Musicaromanzo" (Ivrea, 2008) and "Scompagine" (Asti, 2014); the thesis of the postgraduare program of Columbia University "Metamorphoses - It is no crime to lose oneself in a dark wood" from Ted Hughes' "Tales from Ovid"  (New York 2006); "Bartleby the Scrivener" from Melville (Blue Heron Theater, New York 2005); the college production of Torquato Tasso's "Aminta" translated by Charles Jernigan (Butler University, Indianapolis 2005).

          For TV and Film he has directed the documentaries "Giving Voice - Kristin Linklater, 15 actors and 7 Tales from Ovid" (Sulmona Film Festival 2008) and with Enrico Parenti "Shakespeare on the Rocks" (SkyArteTelevision, 2016) and "The Body Electric" (SkyArteTelevision, 2018)

          In cinema, he has worked with Anthony Minghella (The Talented Mr. Ripley), Tom Tykwer (Heaven) and Fatih Akin (Solino) as a dialect coach (for Jack Davenport, Giovanni Ribisi, Cate Blanchett and Barnaby Metsurat) and supervisor of the Italian dialogues. As an actor, he performed as Rodolfo in "The Burnt Orange Heresy" (Giuseppe Capotondi, 2019),  as Hotel Porter in "T.R.U.S.T." (Danny Boyle, 2018),  as Uffizi Guard in "Inferno" (Ron Howard, 2016), as Inspector Cerutti in "The International" (Tom Tykwer, 2009), as Sergeant Baggio in "The Talented Mr. Ripley" (Anthony Minghella, 1999) and in "Jagzeit" (Rolando Colla, Swiss TV, 1993).