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|Died||October 23, 2008 (aged 45)|
He was born in Cesena, Italy on 2 July 1963. He was the brother of actress Nicoletta Braschi, who married Roberto Benigni so he worked frequently with him in comedy films. He began working as a production assistant on Johnny Stecchino (1991). In 1994 he formed Melampo Cinematographic production house along his sister and brother-in-law. He continued to work with Benigni in Il mostro (1994), Pinocchio (2002) and The Tiger and the Snow (2005).
He co-produced the hugely successful film Life Is Beautiful (1997) with Elda Ferri, for which they both received an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture. The film also earned them a David di Donatello for Best Producer, as well as a European Film Award for Best Film.
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