Who is Viola in Mare Out?
Who is Viola in Sea out 3 season and who plays it? Restart from February 15, 2023 premiered on Rai 2, and from 1 February on anteprima streaming su RaiPlay, the third chapter of the successful TV series co-produced by Rai Fiction and Picomedia. The new chapter opens once again behind the walls of the IPMjuvenile prison in Naples where boys and girls are serving their sentences for having committed serious mistakes, some even fatal.
And here we are between old and unexpected characters new entryamong the protagonists of Sea Out 3 we also review Violaa northern girl who committed a crime as ferocious as it was unmotivated.
Present since the very first season, Viola is a manipulator who loves to exercise power over people, both men and women. She has never known love and only thanks to her does Paola realize how much she has missed her. We realize, therefore, how difficult it is to interpret her character, the one that still too often puts her interpreter in a bad light in front of fiction fans. But which actress are we talking about?
Viola mare out actress
Viola Of Sea out has been played for three seasons now by the talented Serena DeFerraria young emerging actress who too often complains on her personal social networks of receiving insults and bad words from the public who follow the fiction and who do not like her character.
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In response, Serena reminds them that acting and real life are two different things. “Mare fuori 3 is coming out in two days and reluctantly I still read too many comments from people who insult me in real life thinking that I am like Viola“. These are the words of her young woman posted on her official Instagram profile where she then continued: “It’s called acting guys, it’s fiction. If I were like Viola I’d be locked up somewhere, don’t you think“?
Serena De Ferrari movies and TV series
Where we have already seen acting Serena DeFerrari? In a season of Sea out and another, the young Piedmontese actress born in 1998, also lands in the TV series branded Netflix Zero, and in Roberto Zazzara’s film The Bunker Game.