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Santo Luigi Cilauro, born on November 26, 1961, is a co-founder of The D-Generation and is also mainly known as an Australian comedian, television and feature film producer, actor, screenwriter, author, and cameraman.
He is known as the weatherman on Frontline. Also an author on the Triple M Network, he is a former radio presenter and achieved worldwide fame with the viral video Elektronik Supersonic. His parents were of Italian descent.
Cilauro is the son of actor Vito Cilauro and his mother, Clara Cilauro, and the grandson of another actor, Nonno Cilauro. The Australian comedian appeared on a YouTube channel called Warren Perso with his family on January 23, 2018.
Jennifer Kayte interviewed Santo Cilauro and his family members for the Warren Perso YouTube channel. The video was titled “Jennifer Keyte with Santo Cilauro and family” and featured Santo’s parents, Clara and Vito Cilauro, his grandfather Nono Cilauro, and his sister Margarita.
In the family video of Santo, Cilauro said that “he thinks about both his grandfather as a role model and his mentor.”
The legendary Australian comedian attended the University of Melbourne in 1980 and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Arts and a Bachelor of Laws in 1987.