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Federico Castelluccio

Who Is Federico Castelluccio?

Federico Castelluccio is an Italian-American actor and professional visual artist known for his role as Furio Giunta on the HBO series, The Sopranos. Also, he was one of the master painters involved with re-creating many museum Impressionist masterpieces for The Thomas Crown Affair (1999).

Federico Castelluccio – Birth, Age, Ethnicity, Siblings, Education

He was born on April 29, 1964, in the United States. According to Astrologers, his zodiac sign is Taurus.

His father name is Leonzio Castelluccio. He is a graduate of New York City’s School of Visual Arts. His first passion is painting.

Federico Castelluccio – Relationship, Married Life

The multi-talented actor is currently married to Yvonne Maria Schafer, an actress, and producer from New York City. The couple wedded on June 1, 2011, in a private ceremony in attendance of their close ones.

Net Worth of Federico Castelluccio? Salary, Earnings

He is one of the richest Actors & listed as the most popular Actor. According to analysis, Federico Castelluccio’s net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Federico Castelluccio discovered a 17th-century painting by Italian Baroque painter Guercino at a Frankfurt gallery and subsequently purchased it at auction after it had been incorrectly identified as an 18th-century painting. The painting was purchased for €49,000 and was estimated at $10M. The total cost of the painting including restoration and shipping plus extra costs came to $140,000.

Federico Castelluccio – Professional Career

In 1982, he was awarded a full scholarship to the school of visual arts in New York City, where he earned a BFA in painting and media arts. As an actor, Federico began studying acting in New York City with renowned teachers, such as Donald Buka, Molly McCarthy, and Charlie Laughton. He performed with several repertory companies in New York, doing classic contemporary and original plays.

Early on in his career, while doing “Savage in Limbo”, a play by John Patrick Shanley, Federico was approached by agents from Barry Haft  Brown, who saw his work and asked if they could represent him. Federico signed and almost immediately started booking, TV shows, Films, and commercial spots. Some of his early, day player roles were on, “As The World Turns”, “The Guiding Light” and “Another World”.

After pounding the “proverbial pavement”, for nearly twelve years, Federico was called in to audition for a new HBO series, at the time, called The Sopranos. In the first season, Federico originally auditioned for the New York Boss, Johnny Sack. In the second season and at the height of the show’s popularity, Castelluccio was brought in to read for the role of Furio Giunta. He auditioned for casting directors, then for David Chase and producers, and finally for a screen test with James Gandolfini. After three intense and nerve-wracking auditions, Federico won the role and the rest, as they say, is TV history.

Federico Castelluccio has been making his mark by writing, directing, and producing film projects. His 2016 feature film directorial debut, “The Brooklyn Banker,” written by, Michael Ricigliano, starring Troy Garity, David Proval, Paul Sorvino, and Arthur Nascarella, is based on the award-winning short film “Lily of the Feast”. Other films written and directed by Castelluccio include the shorts, “Keep You Enemies Closer” starring Peter Greene, William Sadler, and Manny Perez. “Forget Me Not”, with Yvonne Maria Schaefer and Peter Greene. And the award-winning short film “Tracks of Color”, starring Manny Perez, Elizabeth Rodriguez, and David Castro.

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Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Hair color

Federico Castelluccio‘s height is 6 ft 2 inches tall and has an average weight. He has black color hair as well as brown color eyes.

Social Media Details

He is not active personally on social media and has no official accounts like Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.

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