Who is Nora Venturini, the wife of actor Giulio Scarpati, who played Lele Martini in "A doctor in the family".
Nora Venturini is the wife of Giulio Scarpati, an actor known for the role of Lele Martini in the fiction A doctor in the family. The artist is particularly reserved and does not like to talk about his private life. Born in 1956, originally from Rome, Scarpati conquered the public in 1998, playing a doctor and son of the legendary Nonno Libero, cult characters of Lino Banfi.
For years Giulio has been married to Nora Venturini, a theater director and director with whom he has collaborated several times. Successful screenwriter, she has written several TV series for both Rai and Mediaset. The couple had two children: Edoardo, born in 1988, and Lucia, who arrived in 1994. The two have lived in the capital for some time, both Scarpati and his wife don't like social media very much, preferring to live away from the spotlight and gossip. What unites them is above all the passion for the theater and the love for the children to whom they are both very attached.
“I speak little about my private life – confessed Scarpati, guest of Francesca Fialdini -. I honestly don't know what a father I am: the job of parenting is very difficult. We must not burden our children with our anxieties, there is a risk of creating distrust in the future … In this historical moment we live this problem in a very pressing way, there is great difficulty in keeping roles separate, in educating correctly ".
When the success overwhelmed Giulio Scarpati, the actor tried in every way to protect his family, even if the affection of some fans was often too exaggerated: "Once it arrived I found a message on the answering machine with whom I was asked for the hand of Margot Sikabonyi, as if I were really her father – he revealed -. When I received that message, my daughter, the real one, was only two years old! ”.
In the past, the actor had already explained that he had decided to abandon A Doctor in the Family to devote himself more to his loved ones and because the character of Lele Martini had become too bulky. “I've always done many other things, Lele was cumbersome – he said -. He had taken a part, a "partona" of me. He had to let me do other things. I always need to do something else ”.