Giacomo Ferrara Gay or Girlfriend, Shirtless, Underwear, Fashion Style. If you are looking for an imaginary gangster to fall in love with, you can’t go wrong if you pick Spadino Anacleti, the shaggable gangster on the Netflix series, Suburra. What’s not to like? The guy is hot, he’s Italian, and he is fashionable. Oh wait, unfortunately for us girls but fortunately for our friend Kevin, Spadino is actually into boys, boys, boys. Who says gay guys can’t be gangsters, huh?
Spadino is played by Giacomo Ferrara who is earning raves for his impressive acting. He is also a very good model as you can see in his modeling photos for Vogue Magazine. Want more men’s winter coats?
Giacomo Ferrara Gay or Straight in Real Life? He is straight. And he does have a girlfriend. Her name is Cristina del Grosso and, according to the internets, she is also in the acting biz. Here’s Giacomo and Cristina at the Venice Film Festival during the premiere of Suburra The Series.
Giacomo Ferrara Shirtless and Underwear Photos. This section is for those of you looking for shirtless pics of our gorgeous Italian actor.
We screencapped these images from the short film I Distesi which apparently means Lying Bodies.
For those of you wondering, the other actors in the movie are Giulia Andò and Eduardo Valdarnini.
Giacomo Ferrara Gay Kiss in Suburra. As we mentioned in the beginning of this post, Giacomo’s role in Suburra is that of a gay gangster. In one scene, he gets kissy kissy with a guy played by another Italian hottie, Alessandro Borghi.
What happened after the kiss? Well, you gotta watch the show to find out. But here’s Queerty tells us more about Spadino:
Spadino, of course, has more interest in men, including Lele (Eduardo Valdarnini), a drug-dealing son of a cop, and Auriliano (Alessandro Borghi), the trigger-happy son of an Italian gangster with whom he shares a revealing mud bath. The three seem happiest when they hang around together, scheming and generally wreaking havoc, maybe because they each prefer the company of men or maybe because they are escaping repressive fathers. All three also happen to have terrific fashion sense–especially the gaudy Spadino, who looks like he’s been suited by for a runway collaboration of Dolce & Gabbana and Boris Bidjan Saberi.
Those of you who became a fan of Giacomo after watching Suburra might want to follow him @giacomo.ferrara on Instagram.
Giacomo Ferrara Gay or Girlfriend, Shirtless, Underwear, Fashion Style. Posted 1 November 2017.