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Valeria Fabrizi

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Valeria Fabrizi
Valeria Fabrizi with husband Tata Giacobetti and daughter Giorgia Giacobetti in Rome
Born (1936-10-20) 20 October 1936 (age 85)
Rome, Italy
Occupationactress
Spouse(s)
(m. 1964; died 1988)

Valeria Fabrizi (born 20 October 1936) is an Italian actress, singer and television personality.

Life and career

Born in Verona, in 1956 Fabrizi made her acting debut in the revue Campione senza valore.[1] The same year, she had her first leading role in the comedy play Carlo non farlo.[1] In 1957 she entered the Miss Universe competition and appeared in the comedy play L'adorabile Giulio.[1] After having been the soubrette of the 1959 musical Una storia in blue jeans she became the prima donna of the Erminio Macario's stage company.[1] In 1964 Fabrizi married Tata Giacobetti, member of the group Quartetto Cetra, and started appearing in their television works.[1] Fabrizi also has a film career of about thirty films, and she recorded several singles with EMI.[1][2]

Filmography

Films

Television

  • In pretura, directed by Erminio Macario and Lino Procacci (1959)
  • Mezzanotte con l'eroe, directed by Leonardo Cortese (1962)
  • La moglie di papà, directed by Marcello Sartarelli (1963)
  • Il collegio degli scandali, directed by Flaminio Bollini and Carla Ragionieri (1964)
  • Biblioteca di Studio Uno: La storia di Rossella O'Hara, directed by Antonello Falqui (1964)
  • Tutto Totò, ep. "Il grande maestro", directed by Daniele D'Anza (1967)
  • Biblioteca di Studio Uno: Il dottor Jeckill e mister Hide, directed by Antonello Falqui (1968)
  • Non cantare, spara, directed by Daniele D'Anza (1968)
  • Un certo Harry Brent [it], directed by Leonardo Cortese (1970)
  • Qui squadra mobile, episodio "Tutto di lei tranne il nome", directed by Anton Giulio Majano (1973)
  • Insieme fino in fondo, directed by Salvatore Nocita (1974)
  • La città del mondo, directed by Nelo Risi (1975)
  • Nel silenzio della notte, directed by Mario Cajano (1977)
  • La scuola dei duri, episodio "Dopo vent'anni", directed by Mario Foglietti (1981)
  • Storia di Anna, directed by Salvatore Nocita - sceneggiato TV (1981)
  • Voci notturne, directed by Fabrizio Laurenti (1995)
  • Un prete tra noi, directed by Giorgio Capitani (1996)
  • Il maresciallo Rocca - serie TV, episodio "Morte di una ragazza polacca", directed by Giorgio Capitani (1996)
  • Linda e il brigadiere 2, episodio "Il fratello di Linda", directed by Gianfrancesco Lazotti and Alberto Simone (1998)
  • Lui e lei, directed by Luciano Manuzzi - serie TV (1998)
  • Sei forte maestro, directed by Ugo Fabrizio Giordani e Alberto Manni - serie TV (2000-2001)
  • Il rumore dei ricordi, directed by Paolo Poeti (2000)
  • Il bambino sull'acqua, directed by Paolo Bianchini (2005)
  • Un posto al sole, directed by Bruno Nappi - soap opera (2007-2008)
  • Tutti per Bruno, directed by Stefano Vicario (2009)
  • Don Matteo 8, episodio "Don Matteo sotto accusa", directed by Giulio Base (2011)
  • Che Dio ci aiuti, directed by Francesco Vicario - serie TV (2011-in corso)
  • Un matrimonio, directed by Pupi Avati - miniserie TV (2012)
  • Il paradiso delle signore, directed by Monica Vullo (2015-in corso)

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f Felice Cappa; Piero Gelli; Marco Mattarozzi. Dizionario dello spettacolo del '900. Baldini & Castoldi, 1998. ISBN 8880892959.
  2. ^ Gianni Canova. Enciclopedia del cinema. Garzanti, 2009. ISBN 881150516X.
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