Fabiana Udenio was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and moved to Italy, where at the age of thirteen, was crowned "Miss Teen Italy." That same year Fabiana made her theatre debut as "Miranda" in "The Tempest" directed by Giorgio Streheler. Miss Udenio first came to America to perform at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics Arts Festival, in that very famous edition of "The Tempest." She is best known for her role as "Alotta Fagina," a Bond girl parody in Austin Powers International Man of Mystery. Her film roles include playing the daughter of a World War II Resistance fighter costarring with Gregory Peck, Christopher Plummer and John Gilgud in the The Scarlet and the Black (1983). Italian foreign-exchange student Anna-Maria Mazzarelli in Summer School (1987) directed by Carl Reiner costarring Mark Harmon and Kirsty Alley. The sunbather in the "Sunblock 5000" commercial within RoboCop 2 (1990). Dan Cain's only living girlfriend Francesca in Bride of Re-Animator (1990). She portrayed "Alotta Fagina" in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997) costarring with Mike Myers directed by Jay Roach. She starred as "Don Na" in The Godson (1998) with Dom De Luise and Rodney Dangerfield, and Gabriella in Pauly Shore's film In The Army Now (1994). On television, Udenio had the recurring role of "Giulietta" on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live from 1985 to 1986, and was regular cast member in the syndicated drama Amazon (1999-2000). She has guest starred and had recurring roles on dozens of television shows, including Babylon 5, Baywatch, Full House, NYPD Blue, Quantum Leap, Cheers, Mad About You, Wings, The Magnificent Seven. She also had the recurring role on 90210 (2008-2011) of Atooza Shirazi. She had the recurring role as Elena Di Nola/Mutter in the critically acclaimed series Jane the Virgin (2015-2016). Fabiana is fluent in four languages. She was married to Robert MacLeod for four years. She filed for divorce on February 5, 2009, citing irreconcilable differences. They have a son named Adrian Raice.
- Alotta Fagina
- Anna-Maria Mazarelli
- Elena Di Nola
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