Los Angeles, CA, September 27, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Edoardo Ballerini has been called “an actor to watch” (Variety), “a most promising actor” (Los Angeles Times), and “a heartthrob” (Hollywood Reporter).
2007 is looking like a good year for Edoardo. Feature films "No Exit," Life is Hot in Cracktown" and "On the Hook" are in post-production. On the small screen, Edoardo returned to "The Sopranos" for a fourth episode, appeared in the CBS pilot "Protect & Serve," and has started in a recurring role on "The Sarah Connor Chronicles." Edoardo is the narrator in the Precision Talent production of Machiavelli: The Prince which will be available online in October.
Past screen credits include "Dinner Rush," "Romeo Must Die," and "The Last Days of Disco." Television credits include "The Sopranos" (recurring), "24" (recurring), "The Sarah Connor Chronicles" (recurring), "Medium," "Without a Trace," "Law & Order" and "Charmed."
His directorial debut, "Good Night Valentino," premiered at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival and was later purchased by the Sundance Channel. The film is archived at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Edoardo stars as Rudolph Valentino in the film.
On stage, Edoardo Ballerini made his directing debut with “The Impossible H.L. Mencken” at Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York.
Edoardo was also a collaborating writer on "The F-Word," Co-Producer of "A Year and a Day" and wrote the foreward to Allan Ellenberger's "Valentino Mystique" (MacFarland Press, 2005). He has also written feature film scripts and a pilot.
Edoardo Ballerini is a graduate of Wesleyan University and is a dual citizen (Italy), and fluent in Italian. He lives between Los Angeles, New York and London.