Maria Pia Conte was born Maria Pia Vaccarezza on March 10, 1944 in Genoa, Liguria, Italy. She made her debut in films when she was still a child with a small part in the 1954 film “Tripoli, bel suol d'amore”, and was also active in television until the end of the 1970s.
Often credited with various pseudonyms (Mary Conte, Mary P. Count, Count Maria and Maria Pia Gian), she was used in film as a character actress and appeared in many genre films (especially of the Italian erotic comedy) and B productions in the field of historical (particularly Peplum) films. She also starred in several films of Spanish cinema.
Among her films were five Euro-westerns including $5.00 for Ringo” (1965) “Sartana” (1968) and “God in Heave, Arizona on Earth” (1972.
Retired since 1978, today we celebrate Maria Pia Conte’s 70th birthday.