'Suburra: Blood on Rome' Season 3: Meet Alessandro Borghi and rest of the cast of Netflix's hit crime thriller

Wondering who is returning to reprise their roles for one last time? Look no further, just keep reading


                            'Suburra: Blood on Rome' Season 3: Meet Alessandro Borghi and rest of the cast of Netflix's hit crime thriller
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Giancarlo De Cataldo and Carlo Bonini's novel 'Suburra' became an instant hit on the screen when the 2015 film of the same name dropped. In 2017, anticipation heated up just two years later when Netflix dropped the prequel to the original story, also based on De Cataldo and Bonini's works.

In 2019, after two strong seasons, Netflix announced that the saga was finally going to wrap as a trilogy with Season 3 as the final installment that not only borrows from the Mafia Capitale investigation but also sheds light on the intense real-life power clashes and corruption in the underworld of Italian organized crime, politicians and churchmen. Wondering who is returning to reprise their roles for one last time? Look no further, just keep reading. 

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Alessandro Borghi

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The plot of 'Suburra' revolves around the Ostia-based gang member, Aureliano Adami, plays by Borghi. Adami's relations with the Sinti gang member Alberto 'Spadino' Anacleti is explored in the story of 'Suburra'. Borghi, who was also a part of the 2015 film, has more than 20 films to his credits and has also won the David di Donatello for Best Actor in 2019 for his portrayal of building surveyor Stefano Cucchi, a victim of police brutality, in the film 'On My Skin'.

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Filippo Nigro

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As Amedeo Cinaglia, Nigro plays a politician approached by 'Samurai' — the head of Italian organized crime. From Ferzan Ozpetek's drama film 'The Ignorant Fairies' to several television features, Nigro's breakout role happened in Ozpetek's 2003 film, 'Facing Windows'.

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Eduardo Valdarnini

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Gabriele "Lele" Marchilli is a conflicted character played by Valdarnini. Lele, the only son of a policeman, becomes involved in crime due to the notorious Samurai and all hell breaks loose. Lele however goes on to quit the underworld and becomes a cop himself. 

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Claudia Gerini

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The actor plays the role of the kickass Sara Monaschi — a Vatican financial auditor for lands in Ostia. Gerini, who has been a well known face in Italian showbiz since 1987, was more recently seen in titles like 'There's No Place Like Home' (2018), 'The Poison Rose' (2019) and 'Hammamet' (2020).

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Giacomo Ferrara

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Ferrara's Alberto 'Spadino' Anacleti, a Sinti gang member, is the second most important character after Borghi's lead. Spadino, a closeted gay man, has probably the most action-packed arc on the show. an original cast member in the 2015 film, Ferara is also known for 'Show Dogs' (2018)

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Francesco Acquaroli

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As Samurai, Acquaroli is a vicious antagonist to the Adamis. The character is the head of Roman organized crime and prime contact for the Sicilian Mafia in Rome and Acquaroli is beyond perfect with his signature sinister sneer. 

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'Suburra: Blood on Rome' premieres on October 30 and will be available for streaming on Netflix.