Olimpia Cavalli was born in Cadea, Piacenza, Emilio Romagna, Italy on August 30, 1930. She was mainly active between the late 1950 and mid-1960s appearing in nearly 20 films. After being a star on avanspettacolo alongside Erminio Macario, she made her film debut in 1959 in the comedy “La cambiale” by Camillo Mastrocinque. After a number of films, including Roberto Rossellini's “Vanina Vanini”, Dino Risi's “The Thursday” and Ugo Tognazzi's “His Women”, in 1966 she married engineer Sergio Callegari and retired from show business. After a long hiatus, she resumed her activities in 1999, to star in the film “L'ultimo volo”. Olimpia appeared in only one Euro-western; 1964’s “Two Mafiamen in the Far West” as Calamity Jane
She died on March 29, 2012 in Rome at the age of 81.
CAVALLI, Olimpia [8/30/1930, Cadea, Piacenza, Emilio Romagna, Italy - 3/29/2012, Rome, Lazio, Italy] – film actress, married to engineer Sergio Callegari (1966-19??) mother of writer, actor Claudio Del Falco [1972- ].
Two Mafiamen in the Far West – 1964 (Calamity Jane)