JACOPO RAMPINI -- is an American actor, writer and producer. Rampini grew up in Italy, France, and the United States. He is fluent in all three languages.
Born in Rome, he lived for several years first in Milan, then in San Francisco and Paris, where he graduated in Literature and Philosophy at the Sorbonne. He earned a Masters from the Teatro alla Scala Academy in Milan, and studied acting at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco and at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. He lives in New York City, where he works in Off-Broadway theater, independent cinema and on television. He starred in The World Wars on the History Channel (2014), Medici: Masters of Florence (2016) and Brown Nation (2016) distributed by Netflix, Law&Order SVU on NBC (2018), Catch 22 (2019) distributed by Hulu and directed by George Clooney, and FBI on CBS (2019). In 2019 he starred and co-produced the feature film “Being Leonardo da Vinci” distributed by Rai Cinema.