I'm the son of a father and a mother original from Naples.
I was born and I grew up in Switzerland.
I trained at the renowned “Ernst Busch” Academy of Dramatic Arts in Berlin.
After successfully completing my acting studies, I became a member of the Basel theatre company under the artistic direction of Stefan Bachmann.
During this period, I worked with many notable directors of German-speaking theatre. Several of the company’s productions in which I was cast were invited to the Berliner Theatertreffen, while at the same time the Theater Basel was awarded the title of “Theatre of the Year”.
Theatre engagements in Bremen, Berlin, Hanover, Lucerne, Zurich, Klagenfurt and Rome followed.
I'm still working for theatre. At least once a year I have to go back on stage and feel home again.
And I really love being in front of a camera and work for film and television productions.
I already had the pleasure to work with such great directors as Sönke Wortmann, Bastian Pastewka, Markus Imboden and the Wachowski siblings - to name a few.
Since 2004, I had developed and produced several music shows, together with the musician and composer Henrik Kairies.
In 2012, I produced my first short film “Das Geheimnis der Nudelsuppe” (The Secret of the Noodle Soup), featuring Laura de Boer as the female lead. It was followed up by “I’m a Rolling Stone” in 2013.
In 2016, Kristina Spitzley and I founded the production company „cabirio productions“.
We produced the short movies “PLAY LOVE” (2015) , „Hollywater“ (2016) , several music-videos and already two shows for the theatre.
Now the center of our work is the music-theatre-film-project "IMMACULATE".
It is the story of Eros, a urban hero, who is obsessed to become the best lover ever.
And so he follows his desires to find out what is the right way to love and who has the power to decide it.
Or perhaps a God?
For further informations about this exciting, funny and touching story with a lots of music - please visit our website www.cabirio.com or my vimeo-channel https://vimeo.com/robertoguerraberlin
Last but not least, I grew up with movies of Fellini, De Sica and Wertmüller. Later I had a german, a Brecht-acting-education. So today I call myself a bastard! A man, a performer, an actor with a mix of different influences who speaks all kind of languages while he´s acting.
Hope to hear from you soon.