Mirella Pamphilli was born on October 29, 1939 in Perugia, Umbria, Italy. She graduated from the Experimental Center of Cinematography, which allowed her to accept various roles in films released in the next five years, which saw its credit accompanied by the initials CSC
Mirella started her career on the big screen in “Le stagioni del nostro amore” (1965) by Florestan Vancini and, as was often the case for graduates CSC until 1975, she had small but numerous appearances in the five years following her graduation, in many different roles.
She appeared in such films as “Medea” (1969) by Pier Paolo Pasolini, but most of her filmography consists of film of medium budgets, belonging to the genres of Euro-westerns and musicals, and several appearances with Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia.
Mirella appeared in over two dozen Euro-westerns in small supporting, character and even cameo appearances from “Deguello” (1965) billed as May Pompili to “Shango” (1970) as Marisol. She probably has more Euro-western appearances than any other actress of the genre.
Her last appearance on the big screen was in “La guerra sul fronte Est” (1981) by Tanio Boccia.
Today we celebrate Mirella Pamphilli’s 75th birthday.