Massimo Dobrovic's life hasn't slowed down one bit since Euros of Hollywood. Not only did he recently come out as gay and marry his longtime love late last year, but he's also still making his show business dreams come true as an actor.
Massimo, who is originally from Italy by way of Croatia, recently appeared in his first American comedy, Christmas All Over Again, which starred Joey Lawrence and Christy Carlson Romano. The Euros of Hollywood renaissance man can next be seen in the sci-fi flick Behind the Curtain of the Night, also starring Brendan Fraser, Marcia Cross, and Dawn Olivieri. Massimo will soon make his triumphant return to TV in the upcoming vampire series Age of the Living Dead. The actor also seems to be sporting a new look these days for an upcoming movie role.
The Euros of Hollywood renaissance man doesn't just contain his talent to the West Coast. He told The Daily Dish earlier this spring that he now splits his time between Los Angeles, Palm Springs, and New York, where he's currently in rehearsals for a musical.
Massimo still has big dreams when it comes to his career and said that he would love to play an influential historical figure, such as Leonardo da Vinci, Caravaggio, or Dante in a future project.
When Massimo isn't acting, he's in the kitchen, cooking up quite the culinary career for himself as well. He's working on releasing a cookbook full of delizioso Italian dishes with his husband, Paolo, that will be titled Italian for Any Occasion. "We entertain a lot of our friends. We invite them over for an Italian feast. We cook a seven-course meal," Massimo told The Daily Dish. "For any kind of holiday, you can have easy, healthy, organic Italian food. If it’s like President’s Day or Memorial Day or the Fourth of July or Halloween or any kind of American or Italian holiday, you can have Italian food for any occasion."
Yes, even with all of this going on, Massimo still has time to keep in touch with some of his Euros of Hollywood castmates, especially Fawni and Isabel Adrian. "They’re doing well. [Isabel] just finished [Let's Dance, the Swedish version of Dancing with the Stars]," Massimo shared. "Fawni’s been spending her time with her baby and selling art. Seeing her art exhibition at an art gallery, that was nice. Hopefully she will organize an art exhibition as well. Her art collection is very alive."
One of Massimo's favorite memories is when Euros of Hollywood captured the filming of his action movie in Romania. But there is one thing Massimo would have done differently during his time on the show. "Maybe I would’ve wanted to come out before the show or during the show," he shared. "Now if I do another show, I’d be open to live out as a gay man in front of the cameras and with my husband and see my real life in front of the cameras."
As Massimo moves forward in his career in the entertainment industry, he said he'll never forget the memories he made on Euros of Hollywood. "I think it was a great experience. I loved it," Massimo said. "I have great memories from that show and it truly made me a better person."
Relive this highlight from Massimo's time on Euros of Hollywood, below.
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