HE IS 14, LIVES IN CERVETERI AND IS THE VOICE OF MANY CINEMA AND TV SERIES CHARACTERS. “NOW THEY RECOGNIZE ME BY THE ROAD”
“I’ve voiced many characters, but Zlatan is Zlatan.” He is only 14 years old but this young voice actor has already come a long way. His name is Valeriano Corini, is from Cerveteri and now he no longer needs any introduction. He trained in this art of dubbing, which over time has become a full-fledged job, in the “Studio 111” school, in Cerveteri, under the guidance of Giorgio Paoni, studies that in the meantime continue to train young people and not only thanks to professionalism of many masters.
Now Valeriano goes to Rome every day to dub films, TV series, cartoons. And it is useless now for him to escape: her voice is unmistakable, recognized by many, even in the middle of the road. It could not be otherwise given that it was the voice of the young Ibrahimovic at 11 in the 2021 film “Zlatan “. “It was great, I had a lot of fun. A dream to be him. I had also learned a few passages with a Serbian accent. Zlatan is strong, I had to enter into his authoritarian character, it was a constructive experience ».
The list is long. Just go on the internet browsing the personal page of Valeriano Corini in “The world of voice actors” by clicking net / dubbing / voices / vocivcori.htm. You can find everything, in the current ones stands Sylvester Stallone’s “Samaritan” in which the 14-year-old is Sam Clearly (Javon Walton).
He also distinguished himself in the film “The hand of Dios “ dubbing Maradona as a child, a huge satisfaction. A blast from the past though. Valeriano had in fact been chosen in the Netflix platform to give voice to the protagonist of the series “Dion”, A black child with supernatural powers become, a product that has garnered enormous success and perhaps launched it. «That was also important, perhaps one of the first that in a certain sense presented me with a challenge. I do not like to judge myself, I leave it to others who, however, say I am good, and this obviously gratifies me. He was born all a bit for fun ».
We meet him with his mother, Maura, who always accompanies him to the capital in the dubbing studios, he who collaborates with over 40 companies and daily has to work on at least 50 lines of lines, which in terms of time means 3 hours.
This year he will attend the first superior and the commitments will increase. «You have chosen Accounting, but I am convinced that you will be able to reconcile all your commitments. The great thing about my son is that he plays while he works. It’s really a passion of him and that makes everything easier. He steals with his eyes, when the greatest voice actors are at work he studies them in a certain sense. He gets along very well with technicians, sound engineers and directors. At home he makes a thousand voices, he has fun ».
He is a star. And even the adults understood this when he showed up in the studio called for “Jojo Rabbit” in 2019. The list never ends. He voiced Logan Kim in “Ghostbusters”, he was Prince William in “Spencer”. Valeriano Corini is the voice of Gene in “Lupine III °”, the voice of Roo in “Return to the 100 Acre Wood”, the voice of Shaggy Rogers in “Scooby” or Snipe Stone in “Spirit the rebel”. Experience to sell even in the animated world. Wilk in “The Pastry Barber”, Connor / Gattoboy in “PJ Masks – Superpjamas”.
Valeriano also distinguished himself for having produced an audiobook by venturing into “Christmas Pig”, in great demand by children from all over Italy and presented in Turin and Lucca. “It’s nice to go from a real protagonist to an animated one. I have no difficulty, indeed no problem for me. It takes me little time to absorb the texts, study the characters and their expressions ».
But who is Valeriano Corini in his spare time? “A boy like everyone my age. I love motocross soon I will have a motorcycle. I like Lego Tech and building motorcycles and cars, including Ferrari. I also practiced boxing, who knows that I won’t be able to find some space for myself. I like billiards and possibly when I’m with friends I try never to talk about dubbing even if lately it’s enough for me to talk and it always ends up that someone recognizes me ».