Michele Morrone He became internationally famous for his role as Massimo Torricelli in “365 DNI” (“365 Days” in English), the Polish film that became a global hit in 2020 after its premiere on Netflix. The Italian actor quickly captured all eyes and became one of the most requested, now it will be part of the second season of “Toy Boy.”
After a successful first season, “Toy Boy” returns with a second installment produced by Atresmedia together with the production house Plano a Plano. The series aired in Spain in September 2019 on Antena 3, receiving little acceptance from the public and several criticisms. However, after its premiere on Netflix it became successful, as happened with ‘La Casa de Papel’.
The new installment of “Toy Boy”, which will begin filming shortly on the Costa del Sol, will have new actors and characters. Astermedia announced that the new signings will be Michele Morrone and Federica Sabatini.
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Michele Morrone, protagonist of ‘365 DNI’, will be one of the new characters of season 2 of “Toy Boy”. Although it has not been specified which character he will play in the Spanish series, everything indicates that he will give life to El Turco, one of the Italian brothers who run the new premises in Marbella who will stand in the way of the Toy Boys.
Michele Morrone is 30 years old, is of the pound sign and measures 1.89 meters. He studied theater, so much of his career has been spent on stage. He participated in productions such as “Los Medici: Señores de Florencia”, “Il Proceso” and “Duetto”.
Morrone is also a talented musician. He is a professional guitarist and singer. One of his songs is even heard in the movie “365 Days.” The song is titled “Feel It”, which is part of his “Dark Room” material.
Federica Sabatini, protagonist of the series ‘Suburra’, will also be part of the second season and will play Rania, sister of Michele Morrone in fiction. Season 2 of “Toy Boy” will also feature actors Jesús Mosquera, Cristina Castaño, Carlo Costanzia, José de la Torre and Raudel Raúl Martiato, among others.
In addition, we will see María Pedraza again, who plays Triana. This draws a lot of attention since at the end of the first season, the character was on the verge of death after a bomb exploded in the Inferno.
The direction will be run again by Javier Quintas (‘La casa de papel’), who in this second season is joined by director Laura M. Campos (‘Valeria’). For his part, Johnny Yebra will be the Director of Photography and David Jareño, the Director of Production.