Marcello Magni

Marcello Magni is an actor, director and movement director. He is a founder member of Theatre de Complicite in London.

Previous work at Shakespeare’s Globe includes: Pericles (2005), Merchant of Venice (1998), and Comedy of Errors (1999).

Previous theatre credits includes: The Chairs (Almeida), Happy Days, The Tempest, WHY, The Valley of Astonishment, Fragments and The Magic Flute (Bouffes du Nord), Heart-Cards (Tour / Ex Machina Company), Red Demon (Young Vic Theatre / Noda Map Japan), The Birds (National Theatre), Mother Courage (Shared Experience), King Lear (Leicester Haymarket Theatre), in The Rose Tattoo (Theatre Clwyd), The Game of Love and Chance (Cambridge Theatre Company), Tell Them That I am Young and Beautiful (Arcola Theatre), and performed his solo show Arlecchino in Italy, originally created at BAC London.

Marcello is a founder member of Theatre de Complicite in London. He has worked with the company for over twenty-five years performing in A Minute Too Late, Help I’m Alive, The Visit, The Winter’s Tale, Street of Crocodiles and the opera A Dog’s Heart.

Television credits include: Doctor Who: The Eleventh Hour, The Tudors, The Virgin Queen (BBC). Marcello is the voice of Pingu (Hit Entertainment).

Films credits include: Mr. Turner (Thin Man Films), Nine (Nine Films Lts), and The Adventures of Pinocchio (Allied Pinocchio Production).

Marcello was Movement Director of Trelawny of the Wells at the Donmar Warehouse and on Cyrano De Bergerac for Southwark Playhouse.