Carla Gravina

Carla Gravina

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    • August 5th, 1941
Carla Gravina (born 5 August 1941) is an Italian actress and politician. She appeared in 40 films between 1957 and 1993. Born in Gemona, Gravina made her film debut at fifteen years old, in Alberto Lattuada's Guendalina. Very active in films and on television series, both in comedic and dramatic roles, from the late 1970s she gradually focused her activities on stage and in political activism, being a PCI deputy between 1980 and 1983. During her career Gravina won a number of international awards, including the Best Actress Award for her performance in Alessandro Blasetti's Love and Chatter at the 1958 Locarno International Film Festival, the award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Ettore Scola's La terrazza at the 1980 Cannes Film Festival, and the award for Best Actress for Margarethe von Trotta's The Long Silence at the 1993 Montreal World Film Festival.


Acting (12 Credits)

1980La terrazza as Carla
1974The Antichrist as Ippolita Oderisi
1974And Now My Love as Sarah's Italian Girlfriend
1973The Inheritor as Liza Rocquencourt
1973No Way Out as Sandra
1972Alfredo, Alfredo as Carolina
1971Without Apparent Motive as Jocelyne Rocca
1968The Violent Four as Anna
1967A Bullet for the General as Rosario
19605 Branded Women as Mira
1960Everybody Go Home! as Silvia Modena
1958Big Deal on Madonna Street as Nicoletta

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