Interview: Paolo Rotondo

By Amanda Spratt In Theatre

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3rd March, 2007
He's played a ferocious killer, a political revolutionary, a soldier, a hustler, "the most boring character in Shortland Street" and is the TV voice of TelstraClear: Paolo Rotondo can hardly be accused of being typecast. A good thing: in the play Strange Resting Places, which the Italian-born actor, writer and director extensively researched and co-wrote with Rob Mokaraka, Rotondo plays half a dozen more characters, ranging from a young soldier to an old woman. Winner of the inaugural Italian Film Festival Scholarship, the 36-year-old talks about why Italians are like Maori, ...

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