Tommaso Ragno

Tommaso Ragno is an Italian theatre and cinema actor and narrator. He is most known for his appearances in Fargo 4, The Miracle (Il Miracolo) and Happy as Lazzaro as well as his extensive career in the theatre.

Tommaso Ragno
Born1st June 1967
Vieste, Province of Foggia, Italy
NationalityItalian
EducationActing at Paolo Grassi School of Dramatic Art (Civica scuola di teatro Paolo Grassi)
OccupationActor in theatre, cinema and tv; narrator
Years active1988 - present
Height1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Websitewww.tommasoragno.it

BiographyEdit

Early life and educationEdit

Tommaso Ragno was born on the 1st June 1967[1] in Vieste, a coastal town in the province of Foggia, as the eldest of two children. His family, mainly from Apulia - Italy and on the grand-maternal side from ex. Yugoslavia, moved to Piacenza when he was 2 years old. Always having been very introverted, he spent a lot of time in solitude reading books and studying literature, planning on becoming a writer.[2]

However, later he went on to study acting at the "Paolo Grassi School of Dramatic Art" in Milan.[3]

After having spent a part of his life living in Berlin, Ragno currently resides in Rome, where he has also spent the pandemic lockdown.[4]

TheatreEdit

In 1988 he debuted in the greek tragedy La seconda generazione (a collection of pieces by Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides) directed by Mario Martone who also directed Woyzeck (written by Georg Büchner) in which Ragno performed in 1989.

He has worked repeatedly with Carlo Checci, whom he calls his greatest teacher,[5] since the 90s, as well as with a number of other directors: Strehler, Luca Ronconi, Toni Servillo, Valerio Binasco, Carmelo Rifici, Cesare Lievi.

Ragno returned to the greek theatre in 2002 with Euripides Electra directed by Piero Maccarinelli and 2004 with Medea directed by Emma Dante.

CinemaEdit

His first encounter with cinema was in 1997 when he performed in Tutti giù per terra (We All Fall Down) by Davide Ferrario.

In 2001 he was the protagonist in Chimera, directed by Pappi Corsicato, and in 2007, alongside Isabelle Huppert, in Médée miracle (Medea Miracle) directed by Tonino De Berdani and filmed in french. He shot Il consiglio d'Egitto[6] (The Council of Egypt) in 2002 and L'uomo privato[7][8] (The Private Man) in 2007 with Emidio Greco, Io e te (Me and You) in 2012 with Bernardo Bertolucci, La pazza gioia (Like Crazy) in 2016 with Paolo Virzì and Riccardo va all'inferno[9] (Bloody Richard) in 2017 with Roberta Torre.

In 2018 he played in Lazzaro felice (Happy as Lazzaro) directed by Alice Rohrwacher who won the Award for the best Screenplay for it at the Cannes Film Festival as well as the American National Board of Review's Best Foreign Language Film Award. In his role as the grown-up Tancredi Ragno has been nominated at the CinEuphoria Awards for Best Ensemble - International Competition and at the Faro Island Film Festival for the Best Ensemble Performance.

He has performed in Nanni Moretti's Tre Piani (Three Floors) adapted after the novel Three Floors Up by the Israeli writer Eshkol Nevo, which has already been nominated for the Palme d'Or at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival[10] as well as Siccità[11] directed by Paolo Virzi both of which were shot before the pandemic.[11]

TVEdit

Starting in 1998 with Più luce non Basta directed by Elisabetta Lodoli, Ragno has played various roles in different fiction, establishing himself as the protagonist in the series Polizia District-11 and Il tredicesimo apostolo (The thirteenth apostle), and then taking part in the series produced by Sky called 1992 (2015), playing the character of Michele Mainaghi.

In the 2018 Il Miracolo (The Miracle) by Niccolò Ammaniti in the role of the priest Marcello, he won the Flaiano Award for best interpretation as well as the Golden Screen Award for Best Interpretation and the Serie Mania Award in the category International Competition - Best Actor.

In 2019, he played among the protagonists of the TV film directed by Roan Johnson, La stagione della caccia - C'era una volta Vigata (The hunting season - Once upon a time Vigata) based on one of Andrea Camilleri's historical novels for which he won the Franco Enriquez Award for Best Actor.

2020 marked the year of international breakthrough for Ragno, playing the Italian mafia boss Donatello Fadda in the American tv series Fargo 4 written and directed by Noah Hawley.

NarrationEdit

Since 2004 he has been narrating literary classics such as The Portrait of Dorian Grey, Dracula, Room with a view or Frankenstein on the program Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3[12] as well as audiobooks such as Charles Dickens Oliver Twist and Umberto Eco's Il pendolo di Foucault (Foucault's Pendulum) and Il nome della rosa (The Name of the Rose) for which he received the Voci Nell'Ombra Award for Best Audio Book Narration in 2017.[13]

In 2021 Ragno narrated part of the animated film Yaya e Lennie: The Walking Liberty directed by Alessandro Rak.[14]

TheatregraphyEdit

Year Production Directed by Autor
2017 The Seagull (Il gabbiano) Marco Sciaccaluga Anton Cechov
2016 Intrigue and Love (Intrigo e amore) Marco Sciaccaluga Friedrich Schiller
2014 Twelfth Night (La dodicesima notte) Carlo Cecchi William Shakespeare
2013 Uno Alessandra Cutolo Gabriele Frasca
2012 Drunk Enough to Say I Love You? (Abbastanza sbronzo da dire ti amo?) Carlo Cecchi Caryl Churchill
2007 - 2010 La trilogia della villeggiatura Toni Servillo Carlo Goldoni
2008 The Tempest (Dalla tempesta) Lucia Vasini Shakespeare and Pirandello
2007 Il nemico Carmelo Rifici Julian Green
2006 Lo specchio del diavolo Luca Ronconi Giorgio Ruffolo
2006 Troilus and Cressida (Troilo e Cressida) Luca Ronconi William Shakespeare
2004 Medea Emma Dante Euripides
2004 Verbò Jean René Lemoine Giovanni Testori
2002 - 2003 Betrayal (Tradimenti) Valerio Binasco Harold Pinter
2002 - 2003 Electra (Elettra) Piero Maccarinelli Euripides
2001 Il principe costante Cesare Lievi Pedro Calderón de la Barca
2001 The Wedding (Le nozze) Carlo Cecchi Anton Cechov
2001 Sik - Sik l'Artefice magico Carlo Cecchi Eduardo De Filippo
2000 Hedda Gabler Carlo Cecchi Henrik Ibsen
1999 Hamlet (Amleto) - William Shakespeare Trilogy Carlo Cecchi William Shakespeare
1999 A Midsummer Night's Dream (Sogno di una notte di mezza estate) - William Shakespeare Trilogy Carlo Cecchi William Shakespeare
1999 Measure for Measure (Misura per Misura) - William Shakespeare Trilogy Carlo Cecchi William Shakespeare
1998 Das Käthchen von Heilbronn (Caterina di Heilbronn) Cesare Lievi Heinrich von Kleist
1998 L'amore di don Perlimplino con Belisa nel giardino Mina Mezzadri Federico Garcia Lorca
1998 I capricci di Marianna Mina Mezzadri Alfred De Musset
1996 - 1997 Lo, l'erede A. Ruth Shammah Eduardo De Filippo
1996 - 1997 Pinocchio. Storia di un burattino Stefano De Luca Carlo Collodi
1996 - 1997 L'avaro Lamberto Puggelli Molière
1996 - 1997 Sogno di una notte d'estate Carlo Cecchi William Shakespeare
1995 The School for Wives (La scuola delle mogli) Cristina Pezzoli Molière
1994 Leonce and Lena (Leonce e Lena) Carlo Cecchi George Büchner
1994 La locandiera Carlo Cecchi Carlo Goldoni
1994 Il bugiardo Gianfranco De Bosio Carlo Goldoni
1994 La bottega del caffè Gianfranco De Bosio Carlo Goldoni
1993 Measure for Measure (Misura per Misura) Luca Ronconi William Shakespeare
1992 Strange Interlude (Strano interludio) Luca Ronconi Eugene O'Neill
1991 Twelfth Night (La dodicesima notte) Carlo Cecchi William Shakespeare
1989 - 1991 Elettra - Ifigenia in Tauride - Oreste Massimo Castri
1990 Oltremare Mauricio Paroni De Castro Renato Gabrielli
1989 Woyzeck Mario Martone Georg Büchner
1989 Lettere alla fidanzata Mauricio Paroni De Castro Renato Gabrielli from the letters of F. Pessoa
1988 La seconda generazione Mario Martone

FilmographyEdit

CinemaEdit

Year Poduction Directed by Role
TBA Robbing Mussolini Renato De Maria
TBA Vetro Domenico Croce
2022 Siccità[11] Paolo Virzì
2021 Security[15] Peter Chelsom Walter Spezi
2021 Tre Piani (Three Floors) Nanni Moretti Luigi
2021 Una Relazione Stefano Sardo Rigoni
2021 State a casa Roan Johnson
2021 Il cattivo poeta[16] (The Bad Poet) Gianluca Jodice Giancarlo Maroni
2020 Il buco in testa[17] Antonio Capuano Guido Mandelli
2020 Divine[18][19] (Der Göttliche Andere) Jan Schomburg Inspector
2019 Copperman[20][21] Eros Puglielli
2018 Lazzaro felice (Happy as Lazzaro) Alice Rohrwacher adult Tancredi
2017 Riccardo va all'inferno[9] (Bloody Richard) Roberta Torre Edoardo Mancini La Jena (The Hyena)
2017 Hotel Gagarin Simone Spada
2016 I peggiori Vincenzo Alfieri
2016 E così sia (cortometraggio) Cristina Spina
2016 La pazza gioia (Like Crazy) Paolo Virzì Giorgio Lorenzini
2015 La terra dei santi (Land of Saints) Fernando Muraca Alfredo Raso
2015 Poli opposti[22] (Opposites Attract) Max Croci Doctor Beck
2015 Ho ucciso Napoleone (I Killed Napoléon) Giorgia Farina Gabriele
2014 La nostra terra (Mafia and Red Tomatoes) Giulio Manfredonia Nicola Sansone
2014 Un ragazzo d'oro (A Golden Boy) Pupi Avati Ludovica's Husband
2013 Viaggio sola Maria Sole Tognazzi
2012 Io e te (Me and You) Bernardo Bertolucci Ferdinando
2011 Missione di pace Francesco Lagi Colonnello Cervo
2010 La passione Carlo Mazzacurati Stefano
2012 Pandemia[23] Lucio Fiorentino
2008 Il citofono[24] Emanuela Rossi
2007 Peopling The Palaces At Venaria Reale[25] Peter Greenaway
2007 L'uomo privato[7][8] (The Private Man) Emidio Greco The private man
2007 Médée miracle (Medea Miracle) - french movie Tonino De Bernardi Jason
2006 Anche libero va bene[26] (Along the Ridge) Kim Rossi Stuart Bontempi
2005 Sexum superando: Isabella Morra[27] Marta Bifano Diego Sandoval
2005 Amatemi[28][29] Renato De Maria Angelo
2004 L'iguana[30] Catherine McGilvary Don Fidenzio
2002 Il consiglio d'Egitto[6] (The Council of Egypt) Emidio Greco Layer Francesco Paolo Di Blasi
2001 Chimera Pappi Corsicato Tomas
1997 Tutti giù per terra (We all Fall Down) Davide Ferrario Il Lurido[31]

TelevisionEdit

Year Production Directed by Outlet Format/appearances Role
TBA Le avventure di Carlo Monterossi TV series
2021 Anna Niccolò Ammaniti TV series, 1 episode Padre dei gemelli
2020 Fargo 4 Noah Hawley Netflix TV series episodes 4x01-4x02 Donatello Fadda
2019 Il processo (The Trial) Stefano Lodovichi Canale 5 TV series Gabriele Monaco
2019 La stagione della caccia - C'era una volta Vigata (The hunting season - Once upon a time Vigata) Roan Johnson Rai 1 TV film
2018 Fabrizio De André - Principe Libero Luca Facchini Rai 1 TV film Riccardo Mannerini
2018 Il Miracolo (The Miracle) Niccolò Ammaniti , Francesco Munzi and Lucio Pellegrini Sky Atlantic TV series, 8 episodes Father Marcello
2018-2020 Baby Andrea De Sica Netflix TV series Director Fedeli, Fabio's father
2017 1993 Giuseppe Gagliardi Sky Atlantic TV series, 8 episodes Michele Mainaghi
2017-2019 La porta rossa (The red door) Carmine Elia Rai 2 TV series, 22 episodes
2016 Maria Mafiosi Julie Ronstedt TV series, Germany
2016 Non uccidere Giuseppe Gagliardi Rai 3 TV series, episode 1x11
2015 1992 Giuseppe Gagliardi Sky Atlantic TV series, 10 episodes Michele Mainaghi
2015 Fuoriclasse 3 Tiziana Arisarco Rai 1 TV series, 8 episodes
2015 Le tre rose di Eva 3 Raffaele Mertes Canale 5 TV series, 6 episodes
2012-2014 Il tredicesimo apostolo (The thirteenth apostle) Alexis Sweet Canale 5 TV series, 24 episodes Bonifacio Serventi
2008 R.I.S. 4 - Delitti imperfetti Pier Belloni Canale 5 TV series, 1 episode
2007 La stagione dei delitti 2 Tiziana Aristarco Rai 2 TV series, 1 episode
2006 48 ore (48 hours) Eros Puglielli Canale 5 TV series, 1 episode
2005 Elisa di Rivombrosa 2 Cinzia TH Torrini Canale 5 TV series, 13 episodes Vittorio Amedeo III
2005 Marshal Rocca 5 Fabio Jephcott Rai 1 TV series, 1 episode
2004 Orgoglio (Pride) Giorgio Serafini and Vittorio De Sisti TV series, 13 episodes
2003 Un papà quasi perfetto (An almost perfect dad) Maurizio Dell'Orso TV series, 1 episode
2003 Doppio agguato (Double ambush) Renato De Maria TV miniseries
2001, 2011-2012 Distretto di Polizia (Police District) Antonello Grimaldi and Alberto Ferrari Canale 5 TV series, 27 episodes
1998 Più leggero non basta Elisabetta Lodoli Rai 2 TV Film

NarrationEdit

RadioEdit

Year Literary Work Author Outlet
2021 The diaries of Pieve Santo Stefano - Episode 20: La crisi economica[32][33] the Pieve Santo Stefano Archive Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2020.11 Bluebeard[34] Hattie Naylor Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2020.6 La pista di ghiaccio[35][36] - 15 episodes Roberto Bolaño Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2020.4 Vorrei nascere in tutti i paesi[37] Evgenij Aleksandrovič Evtušenko Teatro di Roma
2019.11(2020.6?) Il nuotatore[38] - 4 episodes John Cheever Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2019.4(2020.10?) Il conformista[39] - 30 episodes Alberto Moravia Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2018 Guardiamo nell'Aperto - L'infinito[40] Sergio Givone Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2018 Guardiamo nell'Aperto - Come l'uomo puo' capire il male[41] Sergio Givone Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2017 I dieci giorni che sconvolsero il mondo[42] (Ten Days That Shook the World) - 15 episodes John Reed Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2017 Il monaco (Antonin Artaud version)[43] - 15 episodes Matthew G. Lewis Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2016 Conversazione in Sicilia[44] - 15 episodes Elio Vittorini Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2016 Franklin Jones (from the Spoon River Anthology) Edgar Lee Masters Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2015 Dove fioriscono i limoni Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2015 Napoli in "Burattini, Streghe e Briganti" Walter Benjamin Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2014 Addio alle armi Ernest Hemingway Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2014 Shakespeare 450° (I sonetti) William Shakespeare Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2013 Frankenstein[45][46] - 25 episodes Mary Shelley Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2012 Dracula[47] - 24 episodes Bram Stoker Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2011 Da Quarto al Volturno[48] (9 episodes) Giuseppe Cesare Abba Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2008 Camera con vista[49] - 22 episodes Edward Morgan Forster Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2006 Il ritratto di Dorian Gray[50] (The Picture of Dorian Gray) - 21 episodes Oscar Wilde Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2006 Il sopravvissuto Antonio Scurati Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2005 La borsa della storia vista dal cielo Valentino Zeichen Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2004 La nicchia delle luci[51] Samir Khalil Samir Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2004 L'Islam interiore Samir Khalil Samir Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3
2004 Esperienza non parole[51] Samir Khalil Samir Ad Alta Voce on Rai Radio 3

AudiobooksEdit

Year Title Author
2021.8.27 The Burning Brand: Diaries 1935-1950[52] (l mestiere di vivere) Cesare Pavese
2021.7.23 The Moon and the Bonfires[53] (La Luna e i Falò) Cesare Pavese
2021.6.11 The Prague Cemetery[54] (Il cimitero di Praga) Umberto Eco
2021.3.25 The Devil in the Bottle[55] (Il diavolo nella bottiglia) Robert Louis Stevenson, Goffredo Fofi
2020.11 Le persiane verdi[56] Georges Simenon
2020.9 Life and Fate[57] (Vita e destino) Vasily Semënovič Grossman
2020.5 Perfume[58] (Il profumo) Patrick Süskind
2019.9 The Man Who Watched Trains Go by[59] (L'uomo che guardava passare i treni) Georges Simenon
2019.5 Tra verità e felicità Carlo Annese
2018.10 Oliver Twist Charles Dickens
2017.11 Foucault's Pendulum (Il pendolo di Foucault) Umberto Eco
2016 The name of the rose Umberto Eco

TVEdit

Year Title Author Role Type Outlet
2021 Yaya e Lennie: The Walking Liberty[60] Alessandro Rak Animated Film
2014 9x10 novanta[61] narrator (segment "L'umile Italia") Documentary

ConcertsEdit

  • Prokofiev IV Festival (2014)

AwardsEdit

Year Award Category Production Status
2019 CinEuphoria Awards Best Ensemble - International Competition Happy as Lazzaro (Lazzaro felice) (2018) Nominated[62]
2019 Faro Island Film Festival Best Ensemble Performance Happy as Lazzaro (Lazzaro felice) (2018) Nominated[62]
2019 Flaiano Awards Best interpretation Award in Theatre, Cinema and Television The Miracle (Il Miracolo) (2018) Won[63]
2019 Golden Screen Awards Best Interpretation The Miracle (Il Miracolo) (2018) Won[64]
2019 Franco Enriquez Award Best Actor The Hunting Season (2019) Won[65]
2018 Serie Mania International Competition - Best Actor The Miracle (Il Miracolo) (2018) Won[66]
2017 Voci Nell'Ombra Best Audio Book Narration The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco Nominated[13]

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