'Baby' Season 3: Meet Benedetta Porcaroli, Brando Pacitto, Alice Pagani and rest of the cast of Netflix's Italian drama

The drama thriller chronicles the lives of two girls, Chiara and Ludo, who have decided to be a part of an underage prostituting ring, even taking matters into their own hands in Season 2


                            'Baby' Season 3: Meet Benedetta Porcaroli, Brando Pacitto, Alice Pagani and rest of the cast of Netflix's Italian drama
Benedetta Porcaroli, Brando Pacitto and Alice Pagani (Getty Images)

Having the first release in 2018, the hit Netflix Italian series is now releasing its final installment this September. The drama thriller chronicles the lives of two girls, Chiara and Ludo, who have decided to be a part of an underage prostituting ring, even taking matters into their own hands in Season 2. The series is loosely based on the 'Baby Squillo' scandal in 2014 where two young women from a high school in Rome were involved in an underage prostitution ring. Although many are sad to see this series end, creators have reportedly said that the characters have met the natural ending int he story. Here are the wonderful actors who will be featuring in the third and final season. 

Benedetta Porcaroli as Chiara Altieri

Benedetta Porcaroli attends the World Premiere of Netflix's 'Baby' Season 2 at Palazzo Dama on October 16, 2019, in Rome, Italy (Getty Images)

Born in Roma, Italy, Porcaroli has been part of a few productions since she joined the entertainment industry. With her role as Chiara Altieri in 'Baby' taking off, people often forget that she was also involved in other notable projects such as her role as Sofia in 'Perfect Strangers' (2016), Sara in 'Tutte le mie notti' (2018), Anna in '18 Presents' and La Giovane Star in 'Una vita spericolata' (2018). In 2019, she won a Guglielmo Biraghi Award for 'Tutte le mie notti' and in 2020 she was nominated for a Silver Ribbon for Best Supporting Actress (Migliore Attrice Non Protagonista) for '18 Presents.'

Alice Pagani as Ludovica Storti

Alice Pagani attends the Netflix's 'Baby' Season 2 Party at Zuma on October 16, 2019, in Rome, Italy (Getty Images)

Besides her amazing role in 'Baby', Pagani has other productions under her belt such as 'Ricordi' (2018), her role as Ludmilla in 'Il permesso - 48 ore fuori' (2017), Viola Chiaretti in 'Classe Z' and Stella in 'Loro' (2018). The actress has not been part of many productions, but her other works include 'Siamo la fine del mondo' (2017), 'Noyz Narcos: Sinnò Me Moro' (2018) and 'Eye for an Eye' (2019).

Brando Pacitto as Fabio Fedeli

Brando Pacitto attends the Netflix's 'Baby' Season 2 Party at Zuma on October 16, 2019, in Rome, Italy (Getty Images)

Pacitto is known for his roles as Marco in 'Summertime' (2016), Patema in 'Feather', and Vale in 'The Red Band Society' (2014-2016). His other recent works include 'Walter Chiari - Fino all'ultima risata' (2012), 'Day of the Siege' (2012), 'The Legend' (2017), 'Succede' (2018) and 'Medici' (2018).

Giuseppe Maggio as Fiore

Giuseppe Maggio attends the World Premiere of Netflix's 'Baby' Season 2 at Palazzo Dama on October 16, 2019, in Rome, Italy (Getty Images)

Maggio is known for his roles as Marco in 'Un fantastico via vai' (2013), Massi in 'Love 14' and Wladimir in 'Un amore così grande' (2018). His other notable and recent works include 'Ricette e ritratti d'attore' (2015), 'Stati' (2017), and 'Solo per amore' (2015-2017). The actor has three recent productions in the works: 'My Heart Goes Boom!' which has been completed, 'Sul più bello' which is in post-production, and 'Scuola di mafia' which is in pre-production.

Other members of the cast include Riccardo Mandolini as Damiano Younes, Lorenzo Zurzolo as Niccolò Rossi Govender, Mirko Trovato as Brando De Santis, Galatea Ranzi as Elsa, Claudia Pandolfi as Monica Petrelli Younes, Massimo Poggio as Arturo, Paolo Calabresi as Saverio and many more.

The official synopsis reads, "How long can you keep lying to yourself? As the police close in and their secrets begin to surface, Chiara, Ludo and Damiano grapple with volatile family dynamics and a looming public scandal."

Catch 'Baby' Season 3 on September 16, 2020. Watch the trailer below. 



 

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