Breakout star Giuseppe Bonifati makes his American film debut opposite Michelle Williams as attorney 'Iacovoni,' in Ridley Scott's soon to be released thrilling crime drama, All the Money in the World, in theaters December 22, 2017.
Set in Rome in 1973 and inspired by historical events, All the Money in the World follows the complex story of the kidnapping of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III (Charlie Plummer) and the desperate attempt by his devoted, strong-willed mother Gail Getty (Michelle Williams) to convince his oil tycoon billionaire grandfather Jean Paul Getty (Christopher Plummer) to pay the ransom. It is a struggle against time to save her son and with the help of unlikely ally and Getty's adviser, Fletcher Chace (Mark Whalberg), that ultimately reveals the true and lasting value of love over money.
Giuseppe Bonifati was drawn to the arts from an early age. He developed and perfected his craft by enrolling at the prestigious Paolo Grassi School of Dramatic Arts in Milan, named in honor of the late Italian theater organizer Paolo Grassi. Following his studies there, Bonifati continued his schooling at the National Academy of Dramatic Arts Silvio D'Amico in Rome and the International Theatre Workshops in Venice. He currently holds the position of artistic director for the performing arts group Divano Occidentale Orientale, creating and directing all pieces for the company, which has toured throughout Europe and Central and South America. Bonifati is also a published poet and playwright. His works include Ritratto all'Ombra, 21:31 (mi sento morire) and Pepe El Bastardo Impaziente e Innamorato.
A real Renaissance man, Bonifati is fluent in five languages (Italian, Danish, Spanish, French, and English), and is trained in four dance styles including ballroom, salsa, tango and waltz and plays the guitar.