At 36 years old, Andrea Bosca has both a lot of experience behind him and a lot of potential moving forward. He was born on July 14, 1980 in Canelli in Northwestern Italy. His acting career began when he was just 24 years old, appearing in a role in the television movie Saint John Bosco: Mission to Love, a movie based on the real life of Roman Catholic priest John Bosco. He played a minor character named Enrico Zarello.
Bosca has appeared in more than thirty films since 2004. The following year, he played a guard in the television miniseries Pope John Paul II and appeared in several television movies that came out the next few years, such as Ma Chi L’avrebbe Mai Detto (2007) and Graffio Di Tigre (2007).
Andrea Bosca in The Big Cinema Screens!
His first movie for the big screen came out in 2008: Amore, Bugie & Calcetto, a comedy about seven friends who play futsal on the weekends. He has a role as one of the young friends, Adam. The movie received a warm critical reception.
That same year saw the release of Bosca’s next movie, Si Puo Fare (“We Can Do That”), directed by Giulio Manfredonia. This movie is set in the early 1980s and tells the story of a mental health director who attempts to help his pupils branch out into the world and succeed. Bosca plays the role of Gigio.
After that film, he returned again to television, this time for a series called Roccantami, an Italian remake of the Spanish television series Cuentame como paso, along with Giusy Frallonardo… He appeared in 27 episodes between 2006 and 2008 as the character Guido Albinati.
Bosca’s Rich TV Career
He appeared in several more TV shows & movies, then landed a role in Mario Martone’s We Believed (2010). This movie tells the story of three young men, one of which is Bosca, living during the 1828 Bourbon reign who decided to take part in the Young Italy movement. The same year he starred in Hayfever as Matteo, member of a group of misfits in the city of Rome running a small vintage shop whose life is changed when a young woman takes on a job cleaning the shop. He found himself starring in another movie in 2011 in Drifters, playing the lead role of Mete, a young man having to deal with taboo feelings of attraction toward his half-sister.
Bosca continued to land both television roles and big screen roles. In 2015, he was cast as Cornelio Grandi in the television series – movie La Dama Velata, cousin-in-law of the protagonist Clara and manipulative enemy. This series received positive reviews and ran for one season with twelve episodes before wrapping up.
Bosca’s most recent movie appearance was in 2016’s comedy Nemiche Per La Pelle as the character Ruggero. Now, with a long list of television series and movies under his belt, including several starring roles, much more can be expected from Andrea Bosca in the future. Keep watching this young actor for future films and series starring this talented actor.