The actor from Le Marche was born in 1966. After his studies at the Scuola Superiore per Mediatori Linguistici 'Carlo Bo', he turned his attention to the world of entertainment while still very young. In 1990, he took part in Gigi Sabani's show "Stasera mi butto" well simultaneously working with Raffaella Carrà on "Ricomincio da due". In 1997, Keith out of working once again with Serena Dandini, Corrado and Sabina Guzzanti in the satirical variety program, the "Pippo Chennedy Show". The partnership continued until 2001, when Marcorè was among the protagonists in "Ottavo nano" and which remains imprinted in the imagination of many viewers for memorable performances from a bewildered Alberto Angela and the politician Maurizio Gasparri. On Rai 3, he has presented "Per un pugno di libri" (2001-2011) and in the same period, he took part in Serena Dandini's programmes "Parla con me" (on Rai 3) and "The Show must go off" (on La7). He also featured in the successful RAI sitcoms "Tutti pazzi per amore" and "Questo nostro amore". On the big screen, he has been directed on a number of occasions by Pupi Avati, starring in the films "Il cuore altrove" (2003), "La seconda notte di nozze" (2005) and "Gli amici del bar Margherita" (2009). He recently starred in the experimental comedy "Leoni" (2015) by Pietro Parolin and he appeared in the film "Latin Lover" from Cristina Comencini (2015).
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