The iconic part of the boy Giosue in “Life is Beautiful” was played by the dashing actor Giorgio Cantarini. He even won the Young Artist Award for the film.
He received a Ridley Scott “Gladiator” film invitation as early as 2000, and a few years later he was granted admission to the Experimental Center for Cinematography.
Even though he enjoyed the filming, the man claimed that up to the age of 18, he wanted to play football.
The young man planned to pursue his acting profession further after training, but fate had other plans.
Cantarini is still moving right now. “Lamborghini: Man of Legend” was one of his final motion pictures.
He had to relocate to Italy for a while—and even work in a call center—during the pandemic, though.
But he later went back to his regular job and is still building an incredible career.