Francesca Benedetti was born on April 2, 1935 in Urbino, Marche, Italy. She became a supporting actress and has appeared in 15 film and TV series since her debut role in “Men and Noblemen” in 1960. Among some of her more interesting works have included the participation in the TV movie “Things We Lost” (2008) directed by Massimo Coglitore where she played the part of Professor De Bortoli. That same year she also worked with Francesco Suriano in the film “The Boxer and the Ballerina”, where she played the part of Lucia. In addition to her career as an actress, Francesca worked as an editor in the drama of Pasquale Squitieri “Russicum - The Days of Hell (1988). Among her roles was an appearance in one Euro-western: “Deaf Smith and Johnny Ears” (1972) with Franco Nero and Anthony Quinn where she played the role of Mrs. Potter the Madam of the whore house.
BENEDETTI, Francesca [4/2/1935, Urbino, Marche, Italy - ] – film editor, stage, TV actress.
Deaf Smith & Johnny Ears - 1972 (Mrs. Potter)