Gabriele Raho was born in Rome on February 13, 1997.
Passionate about theater and writing since childhood, Gabriele has been attending a three-year acting course (from 2008 to 2011) at the Kairos school in Rome. Then, from 2012 to 2016, he continued his acting training at the Teatro Stabile del Giallo, also participating in various shows at the end of the year. In particular, in May 2016, he starred in four performances of the show on the bill entitled Mamma Killer, as a student of the specialization course promoted by the Stable. Among the teachers: Raffaele Castria, Anna Masullo and Andrea Ruggieri.
In the same period, moreover, Gabriele engaged in attending another course at the Cine Teatro Theater in Rome, directed by Alessia D’Errigo. In this context, he also had the opportunity to take part in the Vocational Practical Workshop, with the teacher Ewa Benesz.
Once he graduated from high school, Gabriele Raho successfully passed the admission test to the professional Academy of acting, direction and drama “Stap Brancaccio” of Rome (artistic director Lorenzo Gioielli) where, to date, he is attending the third year of studies.
Starting from October 2018, he became a member of the Thiaso – The Theatre Company, directed by Tommaso De Portu.
During his academic career, in March 2018, he took part, as an actor student, in the International Festival of Contemporary Dramaturgy – XII edition which took place at the Teatro Argentina in Rome; from May 4 to 6 of the same year he participated in an intensive drama workshop organized by the Piccola Compagnia Dammacco (among the teachers, Serena Balivo, winner of the UBU under 35 prize); on June 27th and 28th 2018 he performed, together with his fellow students of the Academy, the show Chronicles from the future of an ancient Greek taverm, at the Sala Umberto Theater. Also, in the role of AD, he collaborated with the director Roberto D’Alessandro in setting up the show Sbussolati, played by Mario Zamma, which debuted at the Audaci Theater in August 2017 and which is still replicated today in several theatres across Italy.
Gabriele Raho has performed several times in front of the camera several times. For example, we can remember the role of co-star in the short film Chimera, filmed with his fellow Academy members on the occasion of the 2018 edition of the “48 hours” film festival. Previously, in January 2017, he took part in the advertising commercial of ATAC, with Francesco Pannofino, directed by Angelo Longoni, and, in July 2018, he starred in the short film Il giorno più bello, directed by Valter D’Errico.