Rudolph Gentile

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Rudolph Gentile
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Born (1972-11-11) November 11, 1972 (age 50)

Rudolph Gentile (born 11 November 1972) is an Italian serial entrepreneur, movie & music producer, and screenwriter currently based in Florida, U.S.[1] He is the son of Giuseppe Gentile, Italian Aviation Tycoon, founder of Air Europe Italy and Air Italy.[2]

Gentile currently serves as the CEO of TraWell Co SpA, SpA, director & partner at Iron Strategies LLC, RG Holding Srl, and founder of He also serves on the board of five other renowned companies.[3]

Early life and education

Gentile was born on 11 November 1972 in Rome, Italy to Giuseppe Gentile, founder of Air Europe Italy and Air Italy, well-known in the Aviation industry as “Il Comandante" (The Captain).

Gentile later acquired a Bachelor's degree in Sociology from Università Degli Studi di Roma 'La Sapienza'.


Gentile started his career as an aviation officer in Air Europe in 1993. He moved to Air Europe's Cargo division in 1997 and became the department's head, honing his management talents. In the same year, he also established Safe Bag SpA (now TrawellCo SpA), an integrated luggage protection system for traveling passengers, where he spearheaded the operations for over two decades.[4]

In 2003 Gentile launched Moviemax Italia, a major independent theatrical distribution firm for the Italian market, where he served as CEO and Chairman until 2010 when he sold his stake and founded M2 Pictures with Marco Dell’Utri. M2 Pictures acquires full rights and distributes 10 to 12 theatrical films every year in the Italian market. In 2011 Gentile also became a board member of Air Italy Group, where he served until 2013.[5] He started SpA, a start-up company that provides services to airline passengers, in 2017.[6]

Both TrawellCo Spa and Spa have been listed on the Italian Stock Exchange, respectively from (September 2013 and August 2018).[7]

In 2021, Gentile created, an SEC-regulated venture capital platform that invests in late-stage mainly US unicorns near to listing, such as Ripple and Kraken among others.[8]


S.No. Title Year Type Role
1 The Mark 2003 Film Actor
2 Within 2005 Film Executive Producer
3 The 17th Floor 2005 Film Associate Producer
4 A Dream House Nightmare 2007 Film Writer, Producer
5 Un sueño a mitad - Un sogno a metà 2011 Documentary Producer


Gentile worked on the soundtrack for the film "Nero Bifamiliare" with Federico Zampaglione from Tiromancino in 2007. The soundtrack featured nine unreleased tracks, including "L'Alba Di Domani."

In 2006, Gentile also released the song “My only love” under the pseudonym of Jaipur, distributed by EMI Records and Capitol Music.

In 2009, Gentile produced the album “From the bottom to the top” by US rapper Coolio, which includes the song “Change” featuring Ennio Morricone.


  1. "Rudolph Gentile". IMDb. Retrieved 21 December 2021.
  2. "Rudolph Gentile". Retrieved 21 December 2021.
  3. "Rudolph Gentile - TRAWELL CO & SOSTRAVEL.COM | AdvisoryCloud". Retrieved 21 December 2021.
  4. "Rudolph Gentile". Retrieved 21 December 2021.
  5. "TWL.IT Company Profile & Executives - TraWell Co. S.p.A. - Wall Street Journal". Retrieved 21 December 2021.
  6. "RelSci | The Relationship Capital Platform | Relationship Science". Retrieved 21 December 2021.
  7. "Rotten Tomatoes: Movies | TV Shows | Movie Trailers | Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes". Retrieved 21 December 2021.
  8. "Rudolph Gentile". MUBI. Retrieved 21 December 2021.

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