Luciano Federico was born on August 23, 1968 in Sanremo, Imperia, Italy. He started at the Theatre Workshop that Diego Pesaola held in Sanremo and Imperia. In 1988 he studied at the Theatre Workshop of Gigi Proietti.
His first important role was in the 1992 film by Pupi Avati “Fratelli e sorelle”, in which he plays the eldest son of Anna Bonaiuto who tries to keep the family together. He then appears at the side of Simona Cavallari in “Per amore o per amicizia”, a drama in four episodes.
1995 he participated in the third series of the drama of RAI2 ‘I ragazzi del muretto’, it was the first time Luciano appeared in a prominent television role.
In 1996, he starred in a film inspired by the story of the monster of Foligno, where he plays Spilotros Stefano, a young man with a complex that results in the terrible murders in the Umbrian town.
In 1998, after several minor and co-starring roles he appears in “Radiofreccia”, a film by Luciano Ligabue. In the film he plays Bruno, founder of free radio. In 2000 he joins the cast of “Fughe da fermo”.
In 2001 he plays an important role in “Senza filtro”, a film project of Article 31 in which also participates, among others, is Cochi Ponzoni and has a part in the film “The Passion of Christ” by Mel Gibson. Federico appears in his first and so far his only Euro-western “800 Bullets” in the part of the undertaker.
Today we celebrate Luciano Federico’s 45th birthday