Alessio Marciello

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Alessio Marciello
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Alessio Quinton Junot Marciello

(1992-07-09) July 9, 1992 (age 31)
Besançon France
NationalityFrench /American
EducationNew York Film Academy / Julliard
  • USA Boxing
Known for
  • Celebrity Personal Trainer
  • Dharman Studios, "Summer School, NOPE
  • Q on "One in a Million"
  • James on "The Coed"
  • Ashton Russell on "The Mace Davis Project"

Alessio Marciello (born 9 July 1992) is a French-American actor, musician, model, CGI artist, and software engineer. He is best known for his work as an LA-based celebrity personal trainer and for his roles as a writer, animator, and or actor on projects such as Q on the award-winning French film "One in a Million", James on "The Coed", Ashton Russell on "The Mace Davis Project," Dharman Studios, "Summer School, NOPE, Trey and Luka and many more. Alessio has also modeled for J Crew, The Rich Barber, and Michael Kors. Despite his success, Alessio remains focused on his craft, constantly pushing the boundaries of what is possible with CGI and VFX. His commitment to his work and his passion for the field make him one of the most exciting talents in the industry.[1]

Alessio's interest in boxing began at a young age, and was a junior Olympic and golden glove boxing runner-up. After receiving a football scholarship, he was involved in a hit-and-run accident which ended his athletic career. Alessio began a career in personal training, training high-profile clients such as Ariana Grande and Hilary Duff.[2]

Alessio is also an accomplished actor, appearing in TV shows such as "Bones" and "CSI LA," and the movie "Trip." Alessio is a skilled CGI artist, specializing in 3D software such as Unreal Engine, Blender, Maya, and Reallusion Iclone 8. He has won awards for his CGI short film "Nope," and his work has gained recognition in the CGI and VFX community.

Early life and education

Alessio grew up in multiple orphanages and the foster care system after losing both parents at a young age. Alessio would later be adopted as a pre-teen and move to the United States. Alessio's childhood was marked by instability and constant moves from one foster home to another. He struggled to make friends and often found himself getting into fights with his peers. One day, his anger boiled over, and he got into a fight with two classmates, which resulted in both of them being hospitalized with fractured orbital bones. This incident landed Alessio in juvenile detention.

While in detention, Alessio met a therapist who was an ex-boxer. The therapist saw potential in Alessio and recommended that he learn boxing and football to channel his anger into something constructive and learn discipline. Alessio was skeptical at first, but he eventually gave it a try.

As he began to train in both sports, Alessio found that he had a natural talent for boxing and football. So he threw himself into training, dedicating himself to becoming the best athlete. Through the discipline he learned in boxing and football, he could control his anger and use it to fuel his training.

Alessio's hard work and dedication paid off. He became a two-sport star athlete, excelling in both boxing and football. His skills on the field and in the ring earned him the attention of college scouts, and he was eventually offered a football scholarship to the University Of Colorado. Unfortunately, he sustained a horrible leg injury forcing him to cut his athletic career short. Alessio finished with an associate in Computer Science and communications. He would later attend LAMDA for an intense acting summer program before getting accepted into Julliard where he would study music theory and classical acting for 1 year before finishing his education at New York Film Academy

Alessio's success on the field and in the ring was a testament to his resilience and determination. Despite a difficult childhood marked by instability and violence, he was able to turn his life around and become a success story. Boxing and football provided him with the tools he needed to channel his anger and become a disciplined athlete, and he was able to use his talent to achieve great things both on and off the field.


Alessio's passion for boxing started at a young age, and he quickly excelled in the sport, becoming a junior Olympic and golden glove boxing runner up. However, shortly after receiving a football scholarship he was the victim of a hit and run which resulted in him breaking his fever and ending his athletic dream. He decided to pursue an education in film and attended the New York Film Academy where he studied cinematography and acting. After graduating he would be accepted into Julliard before dropping out and moving to Los Angeles. While in Los Angele he then decided to pursue a career in personal training while trying to find acting work, using his knowledge and experience to help others achieve their fitness goals. His dedication to the field led him to train several high-profile clients, including singer Ariana Grande, Mandy Moore, actor Kevin Bigley, Will Yun Lee, Hilary Duff, and many more.

In addition to being a celebrity personal trainer, Alessio has been a prominent figure in the boxing community since 2012. He has trained/co-trained and sparred with some of the world's top fighters, including Adrian Broner, Tim Bradley, Floyd Mayweather, Andre Berto, Diante Wilder, Manny Pacquiao, and many more. His experience and expertise have earned him respect within the boxing community, and he continues to be a sought-after sparring partner and coach.

Alessio’s talent and versatility extend beyond the world of fitness and boxing. He has also pursued a career in acting, appearing in TV shows such as "Bones," "CSI LA," and the movie "Trip." He also starred in the TV series "The Mace Davis Project" and appeared in several commercials, including Peloton, US Army, and Colgate.

He is also a skilled GCI artist, specializing in 3D software's such as Unreal Engine, Blender, Maya, and Reallusion Iclone 8. He won awards for his CGI short film "Nope," showcasing his visual effects and animation talent. His work has gained recognition in the CGI and VFX community, making him a rising star. Despite his success, Alessio remains grounded and focused on his work. He continues to push the boundaries of what is possible with CGI and VFX, constantly exploring new techniques and technologies to improve his output. His commitment to his craft and passion for the field make him one of the most exciting talents in the industry today.


  • 2009 USA Boxing Golden Glove Runner up Salt Lake City UT
  • 2x All State Running Back Colorado 2009-2010
  • All American Running Back 2010
  • Best Animated short film Las Vegas Animated Film Festival 2021


In the media



  1. Daily, Silicon Valley (4 March 2023). "Alessio Marciello is a rising star in the world of CGI and VFX". Daily Silicon Valley. Retrieved 8 March 2023.
  2. Alessio, Marciello (7 March 2023). "Alessio Marciello Learned CGI & VFX When Hollywood Shut Down". Retrieved 8 March 2023.

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