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Denis Moschitto

Denis Moschitto (born June 22, 1977) is a German actor of Italian and Turkish descent best known for his leading role in Kebab Connection. Moschitto is the son of an Italian father and a Turkish mother. Moschitto made his movie debut in 1999 in Rolf Schübel's "Gloomy Sunday". In the following years, Moschitto was mainly seen in youth films and "coming of age" movies such as "Schule" ("No More School", 2000) or "Nichts bereuen" ("No Regrets", 2001), where the son of an Italian father and a Turkish mother most often appeared as the cunning Italian or Turkish sidekick to the main protagonists. Moschitto played his first leading role in the comedy "Süperseks" as a Hamburg-based Turk who sets up a phone sex hotline for fellow countrymen. Moschitto then played another leading role in a comedy as a wannabe star movie director in Anno Saul's film Kebab Connection. The drama Chiko, produced by Fatih Akin, features Moschitto as a small-time gangster from Hamburg who wants to get "to the top" by all means. Besides his work as an actor, Moschitto is the co-author of the computer books "Hackerland" and "Hackertales" and a musician with the bands "Scoopex" and "Shining-8".

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