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1. Greta Scacchi Greta Scacchi Actress, The Player Greta Scacchi was born in Milan, Italy, to Pamela, an English dancer and antiques dealer, and Luca Scacchi , an Italian art dealer and painter. She grew up in Milan and later moved to London. In 1975, her mother and second husband moved to Australia, and Greta worked as a cowgirl and an Italian interpreter...
2. Tinto Brass Tinto Brass Actor, Monella Giovanni Brass was born on 26 March 1933 into the family of a famous artist, Italico Brass, who was his grandfather. Italico gave his grandson a nickname "Tintoretto," which Giovanni later adapted into his cinematic name, Tinto Brass. Tinto inherited his grandfather's artistic skills, but he applied them to film instead of canvas...
3. Silvia Colloca Silvia Colloca Actress, Van Helsing
4. Fabio Fabio Actor, Zoolander
5. Gian Maria Volontè Gian Maria Volontè Actor, For a Few Dollars More Born in Milan in 1933, he studies in Rome at the "National Dramatic Arts Academy" were reaches the degree in 1957. He starts working in teather and television, where he is soon noticed as one of the most promising actors of his generation. After a few short appearance in movies, he reaches notoriety with the character of Ramón Rojo in Sergio Leone's A Fistful of Dollars...
6. Luchino Visconti Luchino Visconti Director, Rocco and His Brothers
7. Mariangela Melato Mariangela Melato Actress, Flash Gordon
8. Valentina Cortese Valentina Cortese Actress, Day for Night Valentina Cortese was born in Milan, Lombardy, Italy, in 1923. She made her movie debut in 1940 and played many "ingenue" parts in Italian films of that period, before making a real sensation in Les Misérables and Tempesta su Parigi, playing both female leads, Fantine and Cosette (the film was a competent screen adaptation of the Victor Hugo classic "Les misérables")...
9. Adriano Celentano Adriano Celentano Soundtrack, Nine Adriano Celentano is probably one of the most important singers of Italian pop music, but has also been a creator of a comic genre in the movies, with his characteristic walking and his facial expressions. For the most part, his films were commercially successful, in fact in the 70s and part of the 80s...
10. Marco Brambilla Marco Brambilla Director, Demolition Man
11. Marco Ferreri Marco Ferreri Writer, Storie di ordinaria follia
12. Michele Soavi Michele Soavi Director, The Goodbye Kiss Born in Milan, Italy in 1957, Michele Soavi's parents separated when he was little and he lived with his mother who remarried a painter. Interested in his stepfather's interest in painting, Soavi began an interest in creative arts in his school. During his teenage years, he decided that the cinema was his true calling after attending several movie screenings and developing a taste for acting...
13. Oreste Baldini Oreste Baldini Actor, The Godfather: Part II
14. Nino Rota Nino Rota Composer, The Godfather Born in Milan in 1911 into a family of musicians, Nino Rota was first a student of Orefice and Pizzetti. Then, still a child, he moved to Rome where he completed his studies at the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia in 1929 with Alfredo Casella. In the meantime, he had become an 'enfant prodige', famous both as a composer and as an orchestra conductor...
15. Adriana Asti Adriana Asti Actress, Le fantôme de la liberté
16. Paolo Seganti Paolo Seganti Actor, L.A. Confidential Born in Milan, Italy, Paolo Seganti used the boxing ring as a surrogate stage, winning the Italian Amateur Championship within six months and continuing fighting and acting (theatre) on and off for 5 years. But it was his look that was immediately in demand by photographer/filmmakers such as Jean-Paul Goude...
17. Valentina Carnelutti Valentina Carnelutti Actress, The Best of Youth Valentina Carnelutti began her acting career on stage as a young girl in Italy and has worked both in theatre and on film with directors such as Marco Tullio, Giordana (The Best of Youth), Theo Angelopoulos (The Dust of Time), Paolo Virzì (A Whole Life Ahead and La Pazza Gioia), Citto Maselli (Le Ombre Rosse)...
18. Madusa Miceli Madusa Miceli Actress, WCW The Great American Bash
19. Dino Risi Dino Risi Writer, Scent of a Woman Dino Risi became a movie director by chance. In 1940 he met Alberto Lattuada at a friend's boutique. Lattuada told him they needed an assistant director for the movie Piccolo mondo antico. Risi accepted just for fun, not for work. Later, he became a psychiatrist and wrote some articles for a local newspaper in his spare time...
20. Gabriele Fabbro Gabriele Fabbro Director, Caruso
21. Matilde Gioli Matilde Gioli Actress, Il capitale umano
22. Luca Bigazzi Luca Bigazzi Cinematographer, La grande bellezza
23. Lucia Bosé Lucia Bosé Actress, Death of a Cyclist
24. Nicola Pecorini Nicola Pecorini Camera and Electrical Department, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
25. Enrico Maria Salerno Enrico Maria Salerno Actor, L'uccello dalle piume di cristallo
26. Marco Tullio Giordana Marco Tullio Giordana Director, I cento passi
27. Max Leonida Max Leonida Producer, Shout Son of television writer and journalist Ranuccio Bastoni he starts early to write and play in theatre. At the age of 21, when he was a student of Literature at the Catholic University of Milan, he goes to the official audition to be enrolled at the Accademia de' Filodrammatici (one of the main three acting schools in Italy)...
28. Isa Miranda Isa Miranda Actress, Summertime Isa Miranda was one of the most significant actresses in Europe from the 1930s-'50s. Her remarkable talent expressed itself both in cinema and theater. She reached international popularity in the 1930s, especially in France, Germany and Austria, and became the only international movie star produced by the fascist cinema...
29. Andrea Occhipinti Andrea Occhipinti Actor, The Sea Inside
30. Sonia Bergamasco Sonia Bergamasco Actress, The Best of Youth
31. Giulio Ricciarelli Giulio Ricciarelli Actor, Rossini
32. Maria Grazia Buccella Maria Grazia Buccella Actress, L'armata Brancaleone
33. Fabrizio Bentivoglio Fabrizio Bentivoglio Actor, Il capitale umano
34. Pamela Saino Pamela Saino Actress, Don Matteo
35. Agostina Belli Agostina Belli Actress, Scent of a Woman
36. Diego Abatantuono Diego Abatantuono Actor, Mediterraneo He was born in Milan in 1955. His mother, Rosa, was from Como (a city in Northern Italy), and his father, Matteo, was from Puglia (the "heel" of the Italian peninsula). He grew up in a suburbia quarter of Milan. His mother worked as a wardrobe maid at the "Derby", a well-known theater where lots of the most popular Italian comedians performed...
37. Fiammetta Cicogna Fiammetta Cicogna Actress, On Air: Storia di un Successo
38. Mara New Mara New Actress, Doradus Also known as Mara Beltrami-New Born in Milan, Italy and hailing from the Beltrami House of Fashion that was launched in the early 1900's, Mara's family began as tailors and shoemakers and evolved into clothing designers and manufacturers in the early 1920's. To day the House of Beltrami is still active in Italy...
39. John Kaylin John Kaylin Producer, The Answer Is the Title Born Mirko Zeppellini, in Italy, to a family from Parma with Jewish origins. He's been defined many times as a young genius. For this reason since a young age he decided to adopt a stage name and that's how John Kaylin was born. A playwright by the age of 12. He got his first play put on at the stage by the age of 13 and at the same time the first article about him...
40. Silvio Soldini Silvio Soldini Director, Pane e tulipani
41. Michele Melega Michele Melega Actor, Third Person
42. Massimo Dallamano Massimo Dallamano Cinematographer, For a Few Dollars More
43. Angela Finocchiaro Angela Finocchiaro Actress, Mio fratello è figlio unico
44. Alberto Lattuada Alberto Lattuada Writer, Variety Lights
45. Gabriele Lavia Gabriele Lavia Actor, La leggenda del pianista sull'oceano Gabriele Lavia is one of the most important figures on the Italian stage scene. He devoted his work also to cinema, creating characters for some famous Italian horror movies like David Hemmings friend in "Profondo Rosso", the journalist of "Zeder". He also directed some movies like "Scandalosa Gilda" and "La Lupa" with longtime companion Monica Guerritore...
46. Franco Branciaroli Franco Branciaroli Actor, Così fan tutte
47. Umberto Paolo Quintavalle Umberto Paolo Quintavalle Actor, Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom
48. Vanessa Gravina Vanessa Gravina Actress, Colpo di fulmine
49. Annabella Incontrera Annabella Incontrera Actress, The Case of the Bloody Iris
50. Renato Scarpa Renato Scarpa Actor, Il Postino: The Postman
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