Marco Pigossi takes on a relationship with an Italian director. Meet Marco Calvani, the actor’s boyfriend!

Marco Pigossi took over the relationship with director Marco Calvani, who lives in New York this Thursday (25). The actor posted on Stories Instagram a photo in which he appears holding hands with the Italian on a beach in Los Angeles. “Shocking a total of zero people,” joked Pigossi.

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The same record was shared on Calvani’s profile. “Thanks for that,” said the caption celebrating Thanksgiving, a North American holiday. This was not the first time the Brazilian appeared on her boyfriend’s social network. Marco had already posted a click of the two surfing.

Know who is Marco Calvani, boyfriend of Marco Pigossi

Marco, 40, has been an actor since his teens and began working as a director in 2002. The Italian is also the founder and artistic director of “Mixò”, an international cultural center based in Rome that brings together young actors and writers.

In 2017, Calvani directed the short film “The View from Up Here”, produced in partnership between the French and Americans and based on one of his pieces. The cast includes Melissa Leo, winner of the Oscar for best supporting actress in 2011 for her performance in “O Vencedor”.

Marco Pigossi maintains discretion in his personal life

Marco Pigossi has always been Discreet when it comes to sexuality. In 2016, he he stated that “pleasure is genderless” after denying that he was relating to other men.

“I make these invented words my own words: pleasure has no gender. And may this be increasingly repeated and remembered in this moment of intolerance and lack of humanity that we are living. As for the other statements, they are and will always be just thrown words to the wind,” he declared.

Featured on TV Globo for his performances in soap operas such as “Caras & Bocas” and “A Força do Querer”, Pigossi broke his contract with Globo in 2018 and surrendered to streaming. Pigossi made two series for Netflix, one recorded in Australia in English and the other, “Cidade Invisível”, in Portuguese. The production, which uses characters from our folklore, will gain a second season in 2022.

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