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A native of Rome,Victor Alfieri was raised an only child by his mother and grandmother, spending summers working in the family's restaurant. Using his natural gift for writing, the self-described 'class clown' created his own sketch comedy act to entertain friends. At the age of 18, a photographer invited him to do an advertising shoot and soon he graced the covers of several Italian magazines, known as fotoromanzi. A tragic mishap cut his career short, when during a brutal encounter with three muggers his face was scarred by more than 56 stitches. In 1991 Alfieri joined the Italian Police Force. He quit the force after two and a half years of service and determined to start a career in Hollywood, Alfieri packed his bags and moved to Los Angeles to the disbelief of his relatives back in Italy. With striking good looks, a versatile gift for comedy and drama, and a sexy accent, Italian born Victor Alfieri quickly landed work as an actor, with various television spots and two contracts roles on daytime's Days of Our Lives and The Bold and The Beautiful
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