Ciro Torlo was born in Torre del greco on 28th of june 1987. At the age of 18 Ciro started modeling in Italy. When he was 20 he decided to move to Rome to study acting and he figured out very quick that acting is his passion. In 2011 he went through a big competition and won the title of Mr. Italia 2011. That was the when he started to study at the NYFA (New York Film Academy) which is the biggest acting and film making school in the world. In June 2014 he the chance to be a part of new scripted reality show called “My life in Miami” for RTL in Europe.
I work as a model and actor. When I have a day off, I like to hang out in south beach with my friends. I love fitness and sport in general. I also have a passion for good and healthy food.
I am Italian and I love my country, but business wise to make my dream coming true Italy was not the right place. The most interesting productions and movies are made in America.
I have already collected a couple of good memories, but one was kinda strange and beautiful in the same second: when I went last year on Xmas day with my girlfriend to the beach and it was super hot. In Europe it is freezing cold on Christmas.
I choose this place because before I moved into my building, I was staying in this hotel and it reminds me always at my beginning in the US. I choose this outfit because it makes me feel comfortable.
I was quite interested because this is a different project and something special for me, because I am Italian. ITALIANY gives us a chance to explain and show what we are doing here. I also was very excited to work with Alexo Wandael.
For me it has already value to be Italian, the keeper of traditions, the son of a country rich in history, culture and art. We are known for this and for our style, our manners and it is important that all this is not forgotten, or hidden. I believe that being Italian can help us in some cases, in the same way many foreigners make a fortune in Italy, remaining connected with their homeland, and exciting my curiosity with their language and traditions.