|March 29, 1974|
|Place of Birth|
|Actor, tv personality|
Fabrizio Maria Corona (born 29 March 1974 in Catania) is an Italian photographic agent, actor, television and media personality.
Corona was born in Catania, Sicily to a family of journalists, the son of Vittorio and Gabriella Corona. He has two brothers, Francesco and Federico.
A former partner and administrator of Corona's, a photographic agency in Milan, Corona was the central figure in a series of investigations into the 2007 extortion scandal known as Vallettopoli, which involved many celebrities in the entertainment business and sports. He was arrested and spent 77 days in prison; however on 29 May 2007, he was released but placed under house arrest. He wrote a book, La mia Prigione (My Prison), about his experiences as a result of the Vallettopoli scandal which received much attention from the Italian media.
In March 2009, he was a participant in the reality show La fattoria. Corona made his acting debut in May 2010 in the television drama series Squadra antimafia - Palermo oggi 2 which was broadcast on Mediaset's Canale 5. He played the role of Mafia boss Ivo Principe, nicknamed Catanese.
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|Hair Color||Dark brown|
|Eye Color||Dark brown|
|Race / ethnicity||White|