Graduated from The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, UK in 1988 with the Peter Acherman Comedy award for her performances of Mae West in "Happy as a Sandbag" and "Hermia" in "A Midsummer Night's Dream".
Although only 16, Flaminia was asked to join the Cambridge Footlights Society where she regularly performed sketches at the "smokers" sketch nights and in the annual pantomimes at the ADC Theatre, Cambridge UK.
Flaminia has been the London Correspondent for the "Trofeo Lorenzo Bandini" committee in Brisighella, Italy since 1997. This committee annually awards a rookie Formula 1 racing driver for his emerging talent, in the memory of Bandini who lost his life at the Monaco Grand Prix in 1967 driving his Ferrari.
Flaminia was the model for Paula Rego's "Lush" painting for the "Dog Woman" exhibition in 1994 and then for the "dancing hippo" in Paula Rego's tribute to Disney's Fantasia for the 1996 celebration of 100 years of Cinema for exhibition at London's Hayward Gallery, South Bank.