An Italian footballer who retired from the game to pursue a career in pornography has turned to comedy.
Davide Iovinella, an ex-Italian footballer who left the sport to pursue a career in the porn industry, has now dabbled in comedy, appearing in a professional film alongside a star ensemble.
Davide Iovinella, a former Italian footballer who left the game for porn, has chosen a new career path, this time in a less dangerous field.
When the 28-year-old chose to hang up his boots for greener pastures in the realm of pornographic film-making in 2018, he drew media notice.
Iovinella, who is from Marcianise, a small town south of Naples, made his professional football debut for Mugnano in 2016 before moving to Serie D club ASD Calcio Pomigliano.
By 2018, the center defender had struggled to find a team and had accepted the truth that he will never be a star in the sport.
Rather than wallow in self-pity, Iovinella chose to enter the world of pornography, a far more profitable vocation than amateur football.
He was one of 3,000 people chosen to work as an adult film actor with director Rocco Siffredi after a successful audition.
Iovinella then flew to Budapest, where he went to Siffredi’s Academy and took the stage name ‘Davide Montana.’
However, it looks that our Italian lover-boy had had enough of the X-rated lifestyle and chose to pursue his third career, comic acting.
Iovinella received his major break in the comedy film ‘My Perfect Man,’ directed by Nilo Sciarrone, in a lesson that one should never categorize yourself.
Nancy Coppola, Francesco Testi, Eva Grimaldi, and Nadia Rinaldi were among the supporting cast members.
Unsatisfied, Iovinella founded the ‘Montana Management Agency,’ which specializes in managing glamour models.