Costantino Raimondi is an Italian, Naples-born, actor, director, and producer. He is the co-founder of Teatro Bardefè Collective, the drama lab of Umberto Serra. The Collective started in 1990 during the golden age of Neapolitan theatrical innovation.
In 1996 Marcel Marceau awarded Costantino a degree from the multidisciplinary Marcel Marceau International School of Mimodrame. Costantino performed in the Marcel Marceau Company from 1997 to 2000.
His directing career began in 1996 with Les Couleur du Voyage. It was followed by Le Carnaval de Giovanni (1997) and Aquarium Ardent (2006), where he confronted the dramatic writings of Enzo Moscato and Arthur Rimbaud. Prove (rewind) and A Monologue With A Suitcase were his next creations, wining multiple awards in several countries.
Costantino Raimondi lives in Naples, where he directs, performs and teaches.