Aurora Ruffino was born on May 22, 1989, in Turin, Italy. She is a talented actress known for her captivating performances that have graced both the big and small screens. Despite facing early life challenges, she has risen to prominence, showcasing her resilience and passion for the craft.
Aurora Ruffino faced hardships during her early years. She was the fourth of six children, and at the young age of five, her mother died and her father left the family. Aurora was raised in Druento by her grandparents and aunt. When she participated in a theater course at the age of 14, it became apparent that she had a natural talent for performing.
After graduating at the age of 19, Aurora started a new chapter in her creative career by enrolling in Turin’s prestigious “Gipsy Musical Academy,” a school known for its dance and acting programs.
The 2010 movie “The Solitude of Prime Numbers” was Aurora Ruffino’s acting debut, and her skill and presence on screen were immediately apparent. After making her first steps in the film industry, she relocated to Rome to study at the esteemed Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, from which she graduated in 2013. A significant step in improving her abilities and grasping the subtleties of her trade was the relocation to Rome.
In the fall of 2012, Aurora gained public recognition for her role as Benedetta Ferraris-Costa in the miniseries “Questo nostri amore,” broadcast on Rai 1. This series, also featuring Neri Marcorè and Anna Valle, showcased her ability to delve into complex characters and emotionally charged narratives.
Who is Aurora Ruffino’s Boyfriend?
As of today, Italian actress Aurora Ruffino is reportedly in a romantic relationship with her French boyfriend, Maxime. Maxime, an architect, is five years younger than Aurora. The couple commenced their relationship in 2015.
In 2014, Aurora Ruffino took on a challenging role in the television series “Braccialetti Rossi” as Cris, a character grappling with anorexia. Her nuanced portrayal earned her acclaim for tackling sensitive subjects with depth and authenticity. She also appeared in television shows like “Una Ferrari per due” and “Purché finisca bene,” both broadcast on RAI 1.
The following year, she reprised her role as Benedetta Ferraris-Costa for the second season of “Questo Nostri Amore,” now titled “Questo Nostri Amore 70.” Since February 2015, she has continued to captivate audiences in the second season of “Braccialetti Rossi.”