Fabrizio Lucci is a cinematographer known for his work in the Italian film and television industry. He was born on July 30, 1961, in Rome, Italy. Lucci has had a long and successful career as a director of photography, contributing to various television series and films.
Some notable projects he has worked on include television series like “Don Matteo,” “Coco Chanel,” and “Anna Karenina.” He has also been a frequent collaborator with Tuscan actor and director Leonardo Pieraccioni, working on films such as “Se son rose…” and “A fantastic coming and going.” Additionally, he has worked with director Paolo Genovese on projects like “The Place” and “Tutta colpa di Freud,” for which he received a David di Donatello award nomination for his photography work on “The Place.”
Fabrizio Lucci and actress Vittoria Puccini have been in a private and low-profile relationship for several years. They first met on the set of the TV series “Anna Karenina” in 2013. According to Puccini, Lucci is a very stable and serene individual, quite different from the tumultuous relationships she had experienced in the past. Their relationship has brought her a sense of happiness and contentment, and they have a daughter together.
While the couple is not married, they have not ruled out the possibility of marriage in the future. According to Puccini, being with Lucci has taught her that love doesn’t necessarily have to be filled with heartache and suffering, and she finally feels fulfilled and at peace in their relationship.
As of my last knowledge update in September 2021, this information was accurate. Please note that there may have been developments in their relationship or careers since that time.