Pierre Massimi's first film role was in Sacha Guitry's film “Si Paris m'êt conté”. Then, he played in more than forty films, television series and television films: "Fontcouverte", "The secrets of the Red Sea", "Belle et Sébastien" or even "Shock cops". He played in the theater play "La Dame aux Camélias" in 1963.
Constructed and thought by the Corsican actor
The famous Corsican actor Pierre Massimi was born in Calenzana on July 28, 1935 and died in 2013 in Bastia, at the age of 78. He stopped his engineering career, for film and theater. It was at this time that he attended the Cours Simon in Paris. He is best known for playing the role of customs officer Berg in the series "Belle et Sébastien" as well as the role of Serge de Bachenberg in the film "The Triumph of Michel STRGOFF". He has trodden the stage boards, the sets of movies, TV shows and French series. In the 1990s, he stopped his career to return to Corsica. One can easily imagine that he loved to come and recharge in this splendid building, ideally located in Corbara, between the sea and nature.