Sandra Milo Net Worth

Sandra Milo was born on March 11, 1933, is Actress. During the 1950s and 1960s bosomy, scintillating, dark-haired Tunisian leading lady Sandra Milo played bored patricians, manipulative mistresses and other enticing ladies of questionable morals with typical sensuous flare in scores of Italian and French productions. Born Elena Liliana Greco in Tunis in 1935, she made her film debut (renamed Sandra Milo) at age 20 co-starring tauntingly alongside Alberto Sordi in Lo scapolo (1956) [The Bachelor]. For the next full decade, she unleashed her fiery figure on a number of tempted male players in scores of saucy comedies, feisty costumers and steamy melodramas. Such films included Mio figlio Nerone (1956) [Nero's Mistress], Les aventures d'Arsène Lupin (1957) [The Adventures Arsène Lupin], Le miroir à deux faces (1958) [The Mirror Has Two Faces], Totò nella luna (1958) [Toto in the Moon], Il generale Della Rovere (1959) [General della Rovere], and the period comedy romp La jument verte (1959) [The Green Mare] starring the great French actor Bourvil, which served as the inspiration to the bawdy classic "Tom Jones."Ms. Milo appeared to fine advantage in two of Fellini's greatest masterpieces - 8½ (1963) and Giulietta degli spiriti (1965) [Juliet of the Spirits]. She personified the aloof Italian temptress opposite Europe's most virile, passionate leading men -- Vittorio Gassman, Marcello Mastroianni, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jean Sorel, etc. She left films in 1968 and did not return until a decade later, now and then in severe-looking characters - and often blonde.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day March 11, 1933
Birth Sign Aries
Occupation Actress
Years active 1955-present

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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She made her film debut in 1955 alongside Alberto Sordi in The Bachelor. Her first major role came in 1959 thanks to the Producer Moris Ergas, in General della Rovere, directed by Roberto Rossellini. She also appeared in his film, Vanina Vanini, but Rossellini's career was cut short after the film received harsh criticism at the Venice Festival.


She retired again from acting in 1968, only to make a second comeback in 1979. Her roles have shifted from that of the temptress to more stern middle-aged women.


In 2006-07 she toured Italy with the theatrical adaptation of 8 Women.