Valeria Fabrizi was born on October 28, 1938 in Verona, Veneto, Italy. Valeria became a film actress through her participation in several beauty pageants among which was the Miss Universe contest in 1957 (where he finished fourth). Her film debut came in 1954 with a small role in the comedy movie “Ridere! Ridere! Ridere!”. Since the mid-1950s to the mid-1970s she starred in over forty films. Valeria appeared in two Euro-western films: “Ringo and His Golden Pistol” (1966) as Margie and “The 4 Gunmen of the Holy Trinity” (1970) as Adeline Martinez.
She began working in television in 1964, beside her husband actor Tata Giacobetti [1922-1988] whom she had married in 1964 and who was a member of the singing group ‘Quartetto Cetra’. She appeared in such TV films as “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” and “The Story of Scarlett O'Hara” as part of the Library of Studio One, and later in the musical comedy ‘Don’t Sing Shoot’ TV western ( 1968). The following year she showed up on, ‘A che gioco giochiamo?’ a popular quiz show of the era. This was followed, in the 1970s, with appearances in several police series, including ‘Un certo Harry Brent’ ( 1970) and ‘Qui squadra mobile’ (1973). In 1981 she appeared in the cast of the drama for television ‘Dopo vent'anni’, directed by Mario Foglietti.
In the 1990a, she participated in several television dramas, including ‘Linda e il brigadiere 2’ and ‘Sei forte maestro’. In 2004, she starred onstage in the comedy Pygmalion (My Fair Lady) , while on the television she stepped into ‘Tournée’ a program that was the brainchild of Marianella Bargilli with the intention to bring drama to television. At the end of 2007 Fabrizi appeared in the TV series ‘Un posto al sole’, on Rai 3 and in 2009 and starred in the drama ‘Tutti per Bruno’.
In 2011 she was back on TV in the fiction of ‘Raiuno Che Dio ci aiuti’ Rai 1 starring alongside Elena Sofia Ricci. The following year Pupi Avati chose her for his new work entitled ‘Un Matrimonio’ for television, along with Micaela Ramazzotti, Andrea Roncato and Christian De Sica.
Today we celebrate Valeria Fabrizi’s 75th birthday.
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