Fabiano Roggio is a Italian native who is based in Dublin, Ireland.

Fabiano’s theatre work includes Theatre Lovett’s interactive performance of “A FOX FEST” ran in Dublin’s Hugh Lane Gallery, “DINNER IN MULBERRY STREET” directed by Bairbre Ní Chaoimh which ran in Bewley’s Café Theatre, Theatre Lovett: ‘OUT AND ABOUT WITH PIETR KLOON’ at Kaleidoscope Festival, “ROMAN FEVER” directed by Michael James Ford which also ran in Bewley’s Café Theatre, and “PERSONAL SPACE” by Mairéad Kiernan for RTE Radio Drama on One.

His more recent film and TV credits they include: PEMBE directed by Bryony Dunne (post-production) and THE IRON MOUNTAIN directed by Alan Labert (post production). Other credits include: THE MAN WHO INVENTED CHRISTMAS (Parallel Films), RESISTANCE (RTÉ TELEVISION), and THE BAILOUT (TV3).

He trained professionally for three years at Accademia d’Arte Drammatica Cassiopea in Rome where he was the only student from his graduating class to be selected to attend a masterclass led by acclaimed Hollywood coach Bernard Hiller which led to him being selected by casting director Beatrice Kruger to receive a scholarship.