Fabio Armiliato stars in Woody Allen's "To Rome with Love," opposite Alec Baldwin, Roberto Benigni, Penélope Cruz, Judy Davis, Jesse Eisenberg, Greta Gerwith and Ellen Page, as Giancarlo.

Fabio Armiliato is one of the most renowned tenors of his generation. "To Rome with Love" marks his debut as a film actor. He was born in Genoa and studied at the Niccolò Paganini conservatory in his home town. He made his official debut in 1984 as Gabriele Adorno in Verdi's "Simon Boccanegra." After winning the Tito Schipa competition in Lecce, his international career developed rapidly and led him to some of the greatest opera houses in the world. He made his debut at the Metropolitan Opera House with "Il Trovatore," returning later in "Aida" and "Madame Butterfly." He has also performed in the Teatro all Scala in Milan, in the Opera de Paris, and in the San Francisco Opera. He performed "Madame Butterfly" in La Scala, in the Puccini Festival (Torre del Lago) and in the New National Theatre (Tokyo). Recent performances include the "Great Singers of Our Time" concert (Athens), "Turandot" (Seville), "Luisa Miller" (Zurich), "Force of Destiny" (Vienna), "Othello" and "Il Trovatore" (Liege), "Carmen" (Barcelona), and "Mefistofele" (Monte Carlo).

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