Studly Star Sebastien Cipolla is More than Just Good Looks!

Actor Sebastien Cipolla
Actor Sebastien Cipolla

Well-versed in both drama and action, French actor Sebastien Cipolla was born with the kind of look and talent only stars are made of.

With an international look, a seductive French accent few can resist, and the kind of undeniable sex appeal that makes the hearts’ of girls around the world melt, Sebastien Cipolla has found great success as both an actor and a model in France, Australia, Canada and the United States. Cipolla’s good looks and charismatic disposition have made him the face of commercials for well-known brands like Oakley, Porsche, EA Sports Tiger Woods PDG Tour 14, Commonwealth Bank, Call of Duty, and many more.

While his natural aesthetic appeal has made him an easy cast for international advertisements, it’s his versatility as an actor that has landed him starring roles in films like The Heart of Mind, Lost Angels, What’s in the Case?, So, You Want to be a Gangster?, Curse of the Slender Man, To Dear Mary, and many more.

Originally from Lille, France, a metropolis just north of Paris, Sebastien Cipolla’s extensive training in martial arts and motorcycle acrobatics have given him an edge over the predominant pretty boy actors of Hollywood.

“I love the rush of doing motorcycle stunts in front of crowds, it’s the same feeling I get when I’m acting out a character on stage, it’s as if I am reborn from the adrenaline of the experience,” said Cipolla.

With a tenacious dedication to his craft that is apparent in all of his work, Cipolla has proven time and time again that when it comes to acting, he truly is the whole package.

“My aim is, and has always been, to push myself out of my comfort zone… As an actor, I tend to choose characters that I feel are as far away from myself as possible, that is where I experience the most growth,” said Cipolla.

 

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