Italian TV actor Marco D'Amore made his debut in theater at a very young age. At the age of eighteen, he got hired by Teatri Uniti for the show, The Adventures of Pinocchio. He was also cast as Ciro di Marzio in the film, Gomorrah.
While he entered the entertainment field at a young age, he garnered a lot of knowledge about acting and theatre. Besides learning, he has been able to accumulate over 500K followers on his Instagram account.
Is Marco D'Amore Married Or Still Dating?
Marco D'Amore is not married to a wife. However, he is looking forward to getting married, as he is happily engaged to his girlfriend Daniela Majorana, who is a nephew of the physicist Ettore Majorana.
Marco and Daniela had known each other since high school, but they were never close to even dating.
Marco D'Amore walk the red carpet with his fiancee Daniela Maiorana on 27 March 2017 (Photo: gettyimages)
During high school, his partner studied law and took care of human resources and had no connection with the entertainment world.
However, if two people are meant to be together, they will be. Likewise, the duo eventually ended up together. The pair has not made any plans on getting married any time soon, but they are more focused on being together and knowing each other more.
Their relationship shows that both of them are straight and not gay.
Age, Ethnicity & Family
Born in 1981, Marco D'Amore grew up in Caserta, Italy with the ethnicity of an Italian. In his family, Marco has a brother named Giuliano D'Amore, but there is no information about his parents.
Standing at the height of 5 feet 10¾ inches (1.8 meters), the 37-year-old TV actor completed his high school at the age of eighteen. Later, he enrolled at Paolo Grassi School of Dramatic Arts from where he received an actor's diploma. During his college life, he took part in various theatre shows.
Marco D'Amore Career / Net Worth
Marco began his official career at the age of 15 when he made his theatre debut with the semi-professional company of the Izzo Theatre in Caserta.
Then, at 18 years of age, he got hired at Teatri Uniti for the show, The Adventures of Pinocchio. Later, he collaborated with the School of Art with the theatre company, The Beautiful Flags.
With the rise in his career, in 2007, he founded the theatre and film production company, La Piccola Societa together with screenwriter Francesco Ghiaccio, Giuliano D'Amore, and Serena Chiaraviglio. After the establishment of the theatre, he directed the shows including Solita Formula, Lalbero, Il Figlio of Hamlet, The Aquarium.
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Marco is also among the interpreters of the show, The Holiday Trilogy, a very successful show directed by Toni Servillo, which won the Ubu prize for the best show of the year.
Marco also made an appearance on TV as one of the protagonists alongside Giorgio Tirabassi and Fabrizio Bentivoglio.
However, being an actor, he has not revealed his actual net worth. But his successful career hints that he might be enjoying million of net worth.