|Born||26 September 1982|
Ludovico Fremont (born 26 September 1982) is an Italian actor.
From 1992 to 1994 he studied acting at the Nazarene College in Rome, then attended the National Academy of Dramatic Art Silvio D'Amico graduated in 2004. Also in 2004, takes part in teathre in La Centaura in the role of "Centaurino" with Mariangela Melato directed by Luca Ronconi.
He debuted on TV in the second series of Lui e lei in 1999, with Enrico Mutti and Vittoria Belvedere. In 2006, his popularity grew by participating in the TV series I Cesaroni, in which he acted in the role of Walter Masetti, best friend of Marco Cesaroni (played by Matteo Branciamore).
In 2007, he acted in his first movie: Scrivilo sui muri, starring with Cristiana Capotondi and Primo Reggiani, directed by Giancarlo Scarchilli with the participation of the singer Dolcenera. Also in 2007, he won, in tandem with Silvia Fontana, the second edition of Notti sul ghiaccio (Nights on the ice), led by Milly Carlucci on Rai Uno. Still on his film career with the film Noi due, directed by Enzo Papetti, in which he plays the protagonist in the role of Jericho.
In 2009, he acted in 6 Days on Earth and Natale a Rio. In the summer of that year had a minor role in the BBC's television movie The Sinking of the Laconia directed by Uwe Janson, alongside Brian Cox, Franka Potente and Ken Duken. In 2011, announced that he no longer participated in the cast of I Cesaroni.
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