Massimo Ceccherini

Massimo Ceccherini (born 23 May 1965) is an Italian actor, film director and comedian.[1]

Massimo Ceccherini
Born (1965-05-23) 23 May 1965
Florence, Italy
Years active1990–present
Height1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)


The son of a plasterer, he seemed destined for the same profession, but his father was attracted to the world of entertainment. Ceccherini made his first television appearance in the program La Corrida and for years pursued a musical career with his friend Alessandro Paci. He became known to television viewers in the cabaret show Videomusic, Aria Fresca, conducted by a young Carlo Conti.[2] In the meantime he got his first part in a film, Welcome to Home Gori directed by Alessandro Benvenuti, with whom the following year he would also act in the film The Party's Over. In 1994, alongside Paolo Villaggio, Ceccherini appeared in Dear Goddamned Friends, directed by Mario Monicelli. Popular success, however, came with the collaboration with his friend Leonardo Pieraccioni, participating in almost all his films.




  • Fermi tutti questo è uno spettacolo, Pinocchio (1998)
  • Quei bravi racazzi (2006–2007)
  • Pinocchio (2009)


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