Giuliana De Sio and Laura Lattuada – Signed Photo – Il malato immaginario

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Foto con autografo di Giuliana De Sio e Laura Lattuada.

Dimension: 20 Cm x 25 Cm (Appr.) – 8×10 Inches (Appr.)

Movie: Il malato immaginario (1979)

This is not a vintage photo or old one. This photo is new, printed and signed in recent years and the signature is original.

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Giuliana De Sio (born 2 April 1956) is an Italian actress. She is the younger sister of pop-folk singer Teresa De Sio.
Biography and career
Giuliana De Sio was born in Salerno and grew up in Cava de’ Tirreni, where her family is originally from. De Sio’s first public appearance was when she was five years old in a show at Teatro Verdi in Salerno. She moved to Terrasini when she was eighteen to live in a hippy commune before relocating to Rome, where she befriended Teresa Ann Savoy and Alessandro Haber, who encouraged her to take up acting. Her professional debut was in 1976 when Gianni Bongiovanni choose her for the RAI TV film Una donna. Elio Petri then gave her a part in Mani sporche and Tonino Cervi choose her to star in Il malato immaginario together with Alberto Sordi. In the early 1980s she met with Massimo Troisi, who cast her in a major role in his second film, Scusate il ritardo (1982). She later worked with Francesco Nuti in Io, Chiara e lo Scuro (1982) and Casablanca Casablanca (1985).She is an atheist. In March 2020, she was reported to have tested positive for COVID-19, but recovered after a few days.
Laura Lattuada (Milan, 1 June 1960) is an Italian actress and television presenter. Actress of television and theater, she studied languages and political science at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan. She trained as an actress at the Accademia del Teatro dei Filodrammatici in Milan directed by Ernesto Calindri. After her theatrical debut with Eva Magni and Franca Nuti in La strana quiete by Renato Mainardi, she made herself known to the general public in 1981 playing the role of a drug addict in Storia di Anna, a television drama in six episodes of Rete 1 directed by Salvatore Nocita. The screenplay had an audience of over 15 million viewers and allowed the actress to win several awards, including the Telegatto as revelation actress of the year, the Silver Microphone, the Giardini Naxos Television Director Award for Best Actress and the European Personality Award. He then participated in other screenplays to begin a theatrical journey starting from the show with Giancarlo Sbragia Il giorno di Giuseppe Parini, which was then followed by the Cyrano de Bergerac with Gigi Proietti, up to Non si sa come by Luigi Pirandello with Gabriele Lavia. Passed to collaborate with various television productions as a presenter, thanks to the intuition of Luciano Rispoli, she became the author and presenter of Passepartout, broadcast on Leonardo and Arturo. He conceived the Ratto delle Sabine Award, of which he takes care of the artistic direction, which is awarded every summer in a village of Sabina to a woman who has at least “60 springs behind her and who continues to live her life with enthusiasm, curiosity and energy”.

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