|Born||June 9, 1975|
|2 Broke Girls|
Early Life and educationEdit
Federico Dordei was born in Rome, Italy. At the early age of five he moved to Rome and lived there for the next 12 years. During his teenage years Federico backpacked throughout Europe. During this adventure he made the commitment to move to LA in order to pursue his passion for acting.
Federico was able to support himself and his ambition for acting by waiting tables and doing numerous stage plays. It was during this time when he landed his first feature film opposite Luis Guzman, Kirstin Dunst and James Caan in "Luckytown." Luiz and Federico were the perfect onscreen duo. It was this genuine performance that put Federico on the map. He went on to book several films such as "The Journey," winner of the Audience Award at the Milan Film Festival; "The Death of Dr. Island," which has the most innovative sounds cape and extensive use of visual effects techniques of any non-commercial, experimental film to date; "Wasabi Tuna," an over the top comedy with Tim Meadows and Antonio Sabato Jr., in which Federico shined funniest character in the film; "Deuce Bigalow European Gigolo" where he played the unforgettable Mahmoud; and the upcoming "Pranksta" with Tom Green, in which he showed his flare as a hilarious gay personal assistant; "Big Stain" with Rob Schneider; "The Strip," alongside Dave Foley, and more.Federico made his mark on television as well. He has given memorable performances, guest-staring in such in such shows as "The Unit," "Shark," "Without a Trace," "Bones," "The Closer," "Girlfriends," "The Division," "ER," "Lincoln Heights," and many more. Federico's diversity has allowed him to land roles in a variety of ethnicities; varying from Italian, Brazilian, Mexican, French, Middleastern, and Greek.
- He is 5' 11" (1.80 m)