In 1980, he joined the Compagnia di Prosa Radiofonica di Firenze, the national radio acting company, in which he took part, as leading actor, to more than 300 plays. He then joined the Compagnia di prosa della RadioTelevisione Svizzera, the main Swiss-Italian radio acting company in Lugano, playing, throughout his career as a voice actor, along with top Italian actors like Vittorio Gassman, Giorgio Albertazzi, Arnoldo Foà, Salvo Randone or Giancarlo Dettori. His first work as film director and screenwriter is 1976’s Decadenza, his first feature film starring Italian actor Raf Vallone.
In 1992, he shot two feature films he wrote and directed for his newborn film production company: Dov’era lei a quell’ora with world-famous Swedish actress Anita Ekberg, Italian actors Oreste Lionello, Dalila di Lazzaro, Riccardo Fogli and Storie di seduzione, co-starring with Florence Guérin and with Carrol Baker and Marina Suma.
Foreign television, he wrote, directed and hosted I viaggi dell’anima for Rai 2, a 53-episode program In 2003, he starred in I salmoni del San Lorenzo, an Italian-Hungarian feature film (co-produced by Rai Cinema and Cinema-Film KFT Budapest), directed by András Ferenc.
He is engaged to model and singer Patrizia Deitos.