Annabella Incontrera was born in Milan, Italy on June 11, 1943. Annabelle attended the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia without finishing her courses. She debuted at 16, in “L'inferno addosso” (1959), and appeared in about 40 films, mostly in secondary roles. She was one of the many broken promises of the period, never having had the chance to emerge as a star. Most of her appearances were in B-movies such as peplum films, thrillers, erotic comedies and four Euro-westerns: “Poker With Pistols” (1967), “Amen”, “A Bullet for Sandoval” (both 1969) and “Return of Sabata” (1971). She reached her zenith and pinnacle of notoriety at the beginning of the seventies appearing in seven films alone in 1971.
In 1969, she married Guglielmo Biraghi a film critic for the newspaper Il Messaggero, but they divorced a few years later. She was also sentimentally engaged with the British Labour Party politician Geoffrey Robinson.
Today the actress suffers from a grave form of osteoporosis for years, and is forced to use a wheelchair
Today we celebrate Annabelle Incontrera’s 70th birthday.