|Family members|| Mrs. Massimo (wife; deceased) |
Scipio Massimo (disowned son)
|Hair colour||Raven black (assumed)|
|Eye colour||Brown (assumed)|
|Appearances||The Thief Lord|
|Portrayed by||Robert Bathurst|
Dottor Massimo at one point married Mrs. Massimo and had a child, Scipio, with her. After his wife's death, he built a cinema called Stella, which is disused at the beginning of the story and home to a gang of street urchins.
The Thief LordEdit
- Main article: The Thief Lord (novel)
Dottor Massimo, according to his son Scipio, is a very strict, spoiled, selfish, serious, hateful, aggressive, bad-tempered, jealous, envious, dishonest, careless, sadistic, cold-hearted, callous, insane, cunning, abusive, malicious, spiteful, arrogant, angry, greedy, cruel, impatient, vicious, uncaring, unkind, unfriendly, unhappy, infelicitous, unpardonable and rude person. He showed a dislike for Scipio, when he discovered things were being stolen, Scipio framed his nanny, because if Scipio had confessed, Docttore Massimo would've made him walk around with a sign that says: I AM A THIEF.
Dottor Massimo's appearance is left ambiguous, however he is said to be tall and thin. It is also stated that when Scipio rides the magic merry-go-round, becoming older, he looks similar enough to Dottor Massimo to fool Ernesto Barbarossa.