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Sergio Parisse

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Italian rugby number eight known for his moving skills and excellent play at the positioning despite being on the consistently overmatched Italian nationwide squad. He helped lead the united states to its first-ever triumph over Ireland in the 2013 Six Countries. He began playing rugby with La Plata in Argentina before shifting to Italy to try out with Treviso in 2003. He became the third-youngest participant to become capped within the nationwide group, at 18 years and 269 times. He was called captain in 2008. He was created in Argentina, but was raised speaking Italian aswell. His dad was also a specialist rugby participant. He and Richard Kingi performed collectively on French rugby group Stade Francais.

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Full Name Sergio Parisse
Date Of Birth September 12, 1983
Place Of Birth La Plata, Argentina
Height 1.96 m
Weight 112 kg
Profession Rugby Player
Nationality Italian
Spouse Silvia Bragazzi, Alexandra Rosenfeld
Children Ava Parisse Rosenfeld, Leonardo Parisse
Star Sign Virgo

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1First child with Alexandra Rosenfeld, a daughter named Ava, born 23 August 2010.
2Is a professional rugby player.


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Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Sulla buona strada2009Short

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Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dieux du stade: Le making of du calendrier 20092008Video documentaryHimself
Dieux du stade: Le making of du calendrier 20082007Video documentaryHimself
Dieux du stade: Le making of du calendrier 20072006Video documentaryHimself
Dieux du stade: Le making of du calendrier 20062005Video documentaryHimself

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