Matteo Martari, the accomplished Italian model and actor, was born in Verona on December 12, 1983. Graduating from a hotel school marked the beginning of his journey.
Early Life and Education
Upon completing his education, Martari embarked on a modeling career. He graced the catwalks for renowned fashion houses such as Prada, Moschino, Mash, Franklin & Marshall, Woolrich, and Diesel. His charisma and striking looks made him a sought-after figure in the fashion industry, but Matteo Martari had bigger dreams, which led him towards acting.
Martari’s passion for acting prompted him to enroll at the Quelli di Grock Theater School in Milan. It was here that he honed his acting skills and prepared himself for a career in the spotlight.
In 2012, Matteo Martari made his debut on the theater stage, starring in the play “An Angel Fell to Babylon,” directed by Fernanda Calati. This marked the beginning of a successful acting journey that would see him excel in various roles.
Following his theater debut, Matteo Martari transitioned into the world of film and television. In 2014, he made his acting debut in the web series “Under The Series,” an adaptation of Giulia Gubellini’s book. The series, directed by Ivan Silvestrini and featuring Gianmarco Tognazzi, Giorgio Colangeli, and Valentina Bellè, garnered acclaim and earned seven awards at the Roma Web Fest.
In 2015, Martari made his film debut, portraying Guido in the comedy “Happiness is a Complex System,” directed by Gianni Zanasi. The same year, he joined the main cast of the TV series “Non-Uccidere,” in the role of the policeman Andrea Russo, a character he reprised in the show’s second season in 2017.
Martari’s career continued to flourish, and he was cast in the Rai 1 TV miniseries “Luisa Spagnoli” in 2016. In this role, he portrayed Giovanni Buitoni alongside Luisa Ranieri. Additionally, he starred in the television series “Hundred to Go,” a collaborative effort by BMW and Fox, which aired on Fox.
Matteo Martari starred in two TV programs and was a well-known personality on Rai 1 in 2017. He portrayed “Maestro” Albert Kroess in “Un Passo dal Cielo 4.” In addition, he appeared with Claudio Gioè and Alessandro Preziosi as Deputy Commissioner Francesco Visentin in “Under Cover 2 – The Capture of Zagaria,” directed by Giulio Manfredonia.
In Ivan Silvestrini’s “2night,” Martari starred with Matilde Gioli and made his big-screen debut. In the Oscar-winning film “My Godard,” which was directed by Michel Hazanavicius, he further demonstrated his acting abilities.
In early 2023, Matteo Martari participated in the filming of the all-Ticino crime thriller “Alter Ego,” directed by Erik Bernasconi and Robert Ralston for RSI – Italian-speaking Swiss Radio and Television. Following this project, he continued to make waves in the entertainment industry.
In October 2023, Martari made his return to the screen, starring alongside Daniele Pecci and Pilar Fogliati in the second season of “Cuori.” Directed by Riccardo Donna, the series aired on Rai 1, with Martari taking on the role of Dr. Alberto Ferraris.
Who is Matteo Martari Fiancée?
There was a rumor about Matteo planning to marry his partner Miriam Leone. Miriam Leone and Matteo Martari appeared on screen together multiple times and were even romantically involved for a while. Leone is an Italian actress and a gorgeous Fidanzata of Matteo. Miriam Leone is well known for the Italian television series Non Uccidere (Close Murders). After some time, the couple seemed to have broken up. Miriam Leone is now engaged to be married to her fiance. However, Matteo Martari appears to be single currently.