Eleonora Giorgi

About Eleonora Giorgi

Who is it?: Actress, Director, Writer
Birth Day: October 21, 1953
Birth Place:  Rome, Lazio, Italy, Italy
Birth Sign: Scorpio
Occupation: Actress, film director, film producer, screenwriter
Years active: 1971-present

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Eleonora Giorgi was bornon October 21, 1953 in  Rome, Lazio, Italy, Italy, is Actress, Director, Writer. Eleonora Giorgi was born on October 21, 1953 in Rome, Lazio, Italy. She is an actress and director, known for Borotalco (1982), Uomini & donne, amori & bugie (2003) and Mia moglie è una strega (1980). She was previously married to Massimo Ciavarro and Angelo Rizzoli Jr..
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Biography/Timeline

1970

She made her film debut in a minor role in Paolo Cavara's horror film Black Belly of the Tarantula (1970) and subsequently appeared in nearly fifty films, mostly in prominent roles. Domenico Paolella's Story of a Cloistered Nun (1973), an important nunsploitation, marks her official eighteen years old-debut. Then she take part in Il bacio (The kiss), a fantasy drama directed by Mario Lanfranchi, and in erotic comedies such as Salvatore Samperi's La sbandata (1974), in which she plays near Domenico Modugno and Luciana Paluzzi, Luciano Salce's Alla mia cara mamma nel giorno del suo compleanno (1974), Pasquale Festa Campanile's Conviene far bene l'amore (U.S. title: Love and Energy) (1975) and Gianluigi Calderone's Appassionata, that definitively gaine her the public acclaim.

1979

Roles in movies like Franco Brusati's To Forget Venice (1979), Dario Argento's Inferno (1980), Nino Manfredi's Nudo di donna (1981), and Liliana Cavani's Beyond Obsession (1982) are some of her most known and remarkable dramatic performances but in the beginning of the eighties, Giorgi decides to rejoin comedy. She's near Adriano Celentano in Mani di fata and Grand hotel excelsior; for her performance in Carlo Verdone's Borotalco (1982), she won the Nastro d'Argento award and David di Donatello award for Best Actress.

2003

In 2003, Giorgi wrote and directed her first film Uomini & donne, amori & bugie (U.S. title: Love, Lies, Kids... & Dogs), with Ornella Muti.