Rocco Siffredi

Rocco Siffredi
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Siffredi in January 2010 at the AVN Awards in Las Vegas
Rocco Antonio Tano[1]

(1964-05-04) 4 May 1964 (age 54)[1]
Other namesRocko Sifreddi, Rocco de Milano, Rocko Siffredi, Rocco Fiffreddi, Rocco Siffredy, Tano Rocco, Rocco Daryl Tano Jr., Rocco Daryl Tano, Rocco Ziffredi, Roco, Rocky Siffreddy, Rocco Sieffredi, Rocco Sifredi, Rocco Tano[1]
Height1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)[1]
Weight171 lb (78 kg; 12.2 st)[1]
Rosa Caracciolo (m. 1993)
ChildrenLorenzo (b. 1996)[2]
Leonardo (b. 1999)[2]

Rocco Siffredi (born Rocco Antonio Tano; 4 May 1964) is an Italian pornographic actor, director and producer of pornographic movies who is known as Mattia Conti.[3][4]

He took his stage name from the character Roch Siffredi played by Alain Delon in the French gangster film Borsalino (1970).[5] Known as the "Italian Stallion", Siffredi has starred in more than 1,300 pornographic films.[1]

Pornography career

Siffredi met porn actor Leonardo Codazzo in a French sex club in 1985 and was introduced to producer disambiguation needed] and director Michela, who cast him in his first pornographic role, Attention fillettes... (Attention Little Girls...) in 1987, in which he performed anal sex. Siffredi then stepped away from porn and worked as a fashion model, but returned to the business after two years with the help of porn actress Teresa Orlowski.[6] Siffredi went on to perform in both plot-based and gonzo-style pornography, with styles of sex ranging from ordinary to extreme. However, it was Siffredi's performances involving anal sex and analingus, as well as rough sex and his psychological intensity and athleticism, which earned him recognition and ultimately a cult following. Through collaboration with John Stagliano's Evil Angel studio and then his own Budapest-based Rocco Siffredi Produzioni as both a performer and director, Siffredi became one of the most powerful and recognizable personalities in pornography. "Rocco has far more power in this industry than any actress," Stagliano commented in 2001. Siffredi has credited Stagliano with being his mentor through all 30 years of his career.[7]

Other Languages
Afrikaans: Rocco Siffredi
العربية: روكو سيفريدي
български: Роко Сифреди
emiliàn e rumagnòl: Rocco Siffredi
español: Rocco Siffredi
français: Rocco Siffredi
hrvatski: Rocco Siffredi
italiano: Rocco Siffredi
Nederlands: Rocco Siffredi
português: Rocco Siffredi
sicilianu: Roccu Siffredi
ślůnski: Rocco Siffredi
српски / srpski: Роко Сифреди
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Rocco Siffredi
Türkçe: Rocco Siffredi
Tiếng Việt: Rocco Siffredi