Italian actor Raoul Bova
Born on August 14th 1971, in Rome, Raoul Bova is one of the world most handsome men ever. His attractive appearance, figure, beautiful green and grey mesmerizing eyes, made him a dream man for lots of women. Meanwhile, Bova has shown many personal talents in different areas. In particular, acting, directing, producing, screen writing, and social work. The list of his films is long, due to his more than twenty years of successful career in the cinema industry. Noteworthy, his film debute was in 1992 film Mutande pazze. As an actor, he showed his talents in many different roles, from action to drama and comedy.
During his acting career Raoul Bova has worked with some of most influential names in the international film industry. Among them Sophia Loren, Sylvester Stallone in “Avenging Angelo”(2001), Johnny Depp, and Angelina Joley (The Tourist, 2010). The introvert by nature, Raoul Bova is shy, rational and analytical. He enjoys collecting different art objects. For example, wood-carved ethnic sculptures and candles, and there are lots of them in his home.
Seriously interested in sports in his youth, Raoul Bova became the local champion in the 100 meter backstroke. Aged 21 he served at the Italian Army in sharpshooters corps. He even studied in the Italian Institute of Physical Education. In fact, Bova changed his fate radically, having chosen the profession of an actor.
Raoul Bova married Chiara Giordano in March 2000. They have three children, Alessandro Leon, Francesco and Sophia. On 15 October 2010, Raoul Bova, alongside with Susan Sarandon was nominated Goodwill Ambassador, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
Handsome Italian actor Raoul Bova
Coloring the Dream Foundation Onlus and Graffiti Art Lab born from an idea of Raoul Bova and his wife Chiara Giordano, who has always been involved in social work. They both have chosen to be a non-profit organization in order to support equal opportunities for development a society. Society, in which there are no differences and prejudices and where what we express is the result of what we are.