Emma Baron was born on October 19, 1904 in Treviso, Veneto, Italy. After graduating in letters, she began to work with some amateur dramatic companies and later debuted in the company of Maria Spalato, then moving on to Marta Abba.
She married fellow actor and director Ennio Cerlesi in 1936, with whom she appeared in several plays, with gigs both in Italy and abroad, especially in North America.
Her film debut was in the production of the film “Golden Arrow” directed by Corrado D'Errico and Piero Ballerini in 1935, and was the beginning of a long series of film appearances until the early 1970s. She is remembered for her parts in “Two Women” (1960), “La viaccia” (1961) and “David and Goliath” (1960). Emma appeared in three Euro-westerns: “The Man from Nowhere” (aka “Arizona Colt”) (1966), “A Long Ride from Hell” (1968) and “Twice a Judas”.
Emma died in Rome, Italy on March 7, 1986 at 81.
Today we remember Emma Baron on what would have been her 110th birthday.