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Tommaso Ragno
Born (1967-06-01) June 1, 1967 (age 56)
Vieste, Apulia, Italy
EducationCivica scuola di teatro Paolo Grassi
Occupation(s)Stage, film and television actor
Years active1988 - present
Height1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)

Tommaso Ragno is an Italian stage and film actor.


Early life and education

Tommaso Ragno was born on 1 June 1967[1] in Vieste, a coastal town in the province of Foggia, as the eldest of two children. His family, mainly from Apulia and on the grand-maternal side from ex-Yugoslavia, moved to Piacenza when he was two 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]

Stage and film career

In 1988, he debuted as a stage actor in the Greek tragedy La seconda generazione, a collection of pieces by Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides directed by Mario Martone.[citation needed] Since the 1990s, he has worked repeatedly with Carlo Checci, whom he calls his "greatest teacher".[5]

He made his film debut in 1997 starring in We All Fall Down by Davide Ferrario. In 2001 he was the lead in Chimera, directed by Pappi Corsicato, and in 2007, alongside Isabelle Huppert, in Medea Miracle by Tonino De Berdani. He also starred in The Council of Egypt (2002),[6] L'uomo privato (2007),[7][8] Me and You (2012), Like Crazy (2016) and Bloody Richard (2017).[9]

In 2018, he starred in 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. Other notable works he starred in include Nanni Moretti's Three Floors in 2021[10] and Paolo Virzì's Dry in 2022.[11] directed by Paolo Virzi both of which were shot before the pandemic.[11] In 2022, he won the Nastro d'Argento for the Best Supporting Actor for his role in Mario Martone's Nostalgia.

Radio and television

Starting in 1998 with Più luce non basta directed by Elisabetta Lodoli, Ragno has played various roles in different television productions, establishing himself as the protagonist in the series Distretto di polizia and Il tredicesimo apostolo.

Since 2004 he has been narrating literary classics such as The Picture of Dorian Gray, Dracula, A Room with a View and Frankenstein on the program Ad alta voce on Rai Radio 3.[12]

For his role of Marcello in the 2018 series Il miracolo, directed by Niccolò Ammaniti, he won the Flaiano Prize as well as the Golden Screen Award. In 2020, he played the Italian mafia boss Donatello Fadda in the fourth season of Fargo, written and directed by Noah Hawley.




Year Title Role Notes
1998 Più leggero non basta Paolo TV film
2001, 2011-2012 Distretto di Polizia Antonio Corallo TV series, 27 episodes
2003 Doppio agguato Paolo TV miniseries
2003 Un papà quasi perfetto Music teacher TV series, 1 episode
2004 Orgoglio Danilo Foschi TV series, 13 episodes
2005 Il maresciallo Rocca Corrado Gianni TV series, 1 episode
2005 Elisa di Rivombrosa Victor Amadeus III of Sardinia TV series, 13 episodes
2006 48 ore TV series, 1 episode
2007 La stagione dei delitti TV series, 1 episode
2008 R.I.S. - Delitti imperfetti Tullio Gibertini TV series, 1 episode
2012-2014 Il tredicesimo apostolo Bonifacio Serventi TV series, 24 episodes
2015 Le tre rose di Eva Francesco Maniero TV series, 6 episodes
2015 Fuoriclasse Filippo Iaconello TV series, 8 episodes
2015 1992 Michele Mainaghi TV series, 10 episodes
2016 Non uccidere TV series, episode 1x11
2016 Maria Mafiosi Silvio Pacelli TV series
2017-2019 La porta rossa Elvio Mayer TV series, 22 episodes
2017 1993 Michele Mainaghi TV series, 8 episodes
2018-2020 Baby Alberto Fedeli TV series
2018 The Miracle Father Marcello TV series, 8 episodes
2018 Fabrizio De André - Principe libero Riccardo Mannerini TV film
2019 La stagione della caccia - C'era una volta Vigata Filippo Peluso TV film
2019 The Trial Gabriele Monaco TV series
2020 Fargo Donatello Fadda TV series, episodes 4x01-4x02
2021 Anna Twins' father TV series, 1 episode
2021 Luna Park Antonio Marini TV series, 6 episodes
2022 Monterossi Carella TV series, 3 episodes


Year Award Category Production Status
2022 Nastro d'Argento Best Supporting Actor Nostalgia (2022) Won[13]
2021 Golden Ciak Best Supporting Actor Il buco in testa (2020) Nominated[14]
2019 CinEuphoria Awards Best Ensemble - International Competition Happy as Lazzaro (Lazzaro felice) (2018) Nominated[15]
2019 Flaiano Awards Best interpretation Award in Theatre, Cinema and Television The Miracle (Il Miracolo) (2018) Won[16]
2019 Golden Screen Awards Best Interpretation The Miracle (Il Miracolo) (2018) Won[17]
2019 Franco Enriquez Award Best Actor The Hunting Season (2019) Won[18]
2018 Serie Mania International Competition - Best Actor The Miracle (Il Miracolo) (2018) Won[19]
2017 Voci Nell'Ombra Best Audio Book Narration The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco Nominated[20]


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  2. ^ "Monday Morning Critic Podcast: (Episode 210) "Fargo" Actor: Tommaso Ragno. on Apple Podcasts". Apple Podcasts. Retrieved 29 January 2021.
  3. ^ "Storia". Civica Scuola di Teatro Paolo Grassi (in Italian). Retrieved 29 January 2021.
  4. ^ "Tommaso Ragno, la stagione dell'attore | Rolling Stone Italia" (in Italian). 16 November 2020. Retrieved 1 July 2021.
  5. ^ "La zona franca della vita". (in Italian). Retrieved 1 July 2021.
  6. ^ Greco, Emidio (6 March 2003), Il consiglio d'Egitto (Drama), Silvio Orlando, Tommaso Ragno, Renato Carpentieri, Marine Delterme, Factory, Rai Cinema, S.D.P. Films, retrieved 2 February 2021
  7. ^ Milano-Firenze, Mo-Net s r l. "L'uomo privato (2007)". (in Italian). Retrieved 2 February 2021.
  8. ^ Greco, Emidio (2 November 2007), L'uomo privato (Drama, Mystery), Tommaso Ragno, Myriam Catania, Giulio Pampiglione, Mia Benedetta, ACHAB Film, Rai Cinema, Ripley's Film, retrieved 2 February 2021
  9. ^ "Riccardo va all'inferno". Cineuropa - the best of european cinema. Retrieved 2 February 2021.
  10. ^ B, V. "Nanni Moretti movie up for top prize at Cannes Film Festival - Nemo.Guide". Retrieved 1 July 2021.
  11. ^ a b "Tommaso Ragno, in "State a casa": "Roan Johnson, poi Moretti e Virzì. Momento magico dopo il lockdown"". (in Italian). Retrieved 1 July 2021.
  12. ^ "Ad alta voce - attori - Ragno Tommaso - Rai Radio 3 - RaiPlay Radio". Rai (in Italian). Retrieved 1 February 2021.
  13. ^ "Tommaso Ragno vince il Nastro d'Argento come attore non protagonista…". FM People (in Italian). Retrieved 15 September 2022.
  14. ^ Redazione (15 July 2022). "'Reggia Festival – Visioni Reali', si parte domenica 17 con Toni Servillo". Teleradio-News ♥ mai spam o pubblicità molesta (in Italian). Retrieved 15 September 2022.
  15. ^ "Tommaso Ragno". IMDb. Retrieved 31 January 2021.
  16. ^ Flaiano, Premi. "Vincitori Premi Internazionali Flaiano anno 2019". (in Italian). Retrieved 31 January 2021.
  17. ^ Portolan, Marcello (12 May 2019). "Serie tv: l'attore Tommaso Ragno e la serie Skam Italia vincono i premi della prima edizione di Series Con". Project Nerd (in Italian). Retrieved 31 January 2021.
  18. ^ "Teatro cinema TV letteratura editoria comunicazione: ecco tutti i riconoscimenti del Premio "Franco Enriquez" 2019". Retrieved 31 January 2021.
  19. ^ "Archives". Festival Séries Mania. Retrieved 31 January 2021.
  20. ^ "XVIII EDIZIONE | Nomination | Voci nell'Ombra". Vocinellombra (in Italian). Retrieved 31 January 2021.

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