Boxing, Muay Thai
5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
| 126 lb (57 kg; 9.0 st)|
70.0 in (178 cm)
| December 17, 1981 (age 34)
Milan, Italy (1981-12-17) |
Artichokes Will Grow in Mimongo, Big Apple
Chantal Ughi Wikipedia
Chantal Ughi is an Italian female kick boxer, actress and multiple Muay Thai champion. Chantal won her first title Muay title the WMC against Sindy Maricic. Chantal Ughi has fought Miriam Nakamoto for the WBC and Eileen Forrest for the ISKA titles.
Actress, Director, Singer and photographer, Chantal studied piano and followed her family relative Uto Ughi, violin player, at an early age. She then started modeling and traveling Europe, Paris, London, Madrid and Tokyo, Japan. At the same time she pursued her passion for acting and photography.
She soon moved to Rome where she got her first acting role in the movie "Traveling Companion", starring Asia Argento and French actor Michel Piccoli, (Official Selection @ the Cannes International Film Festival).
She quickly became the muse of many European film directors such as Peter Del Monte, Citto Maselli, Giuseppe Piccioni, Fulvio Ottaviano. She showcased her talent in both drama and comedy movies through many leading and supporting roles in internationally acclaimed European and Italian movies like "Not Of This World", starring Margherita Buy and Silvio Orlando (United Artists Release and winner of the Montreal World Film Festival and the AFI Los Angeles Film Festival),"Love in The Mirror" starring Peter Stormare (Dancer In The Dark), the Italian Academy Award Winner "Growing Artichocks in Mimongo, the critically acclaimed comedy "But We Only Made Love", where she plays Corinna, and "Albania Blues" where she plays Aida.
After an Intensive Shakespeare Program @ The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London RADA, Chantal decided to move to New York City, where she immediately landed a leading role in the romantic comedy "Big Apple", aka "Freax and the City" which she also help produce. In New York her debut film "La Mia Mano Destra" (My Right Hand) won for Best Short @ the Brooklyn International Film Festival.
Chantal started training Muay thai in New York about 12 years ago.
In January 2008 Chantal left her acting career in the States and moved to Thailand to become a full time professional Muay thai fighter.2012 – WMF Pro AM World Champion 66 kg (1 defense)
2010 – WMF World Championship (Bronze)
2009 – WMA World Champion 63.5 kg
2009 – Patong Stadium PK1 Champion (1 defense)
2008 – WMF World championship, Prince's Cup 67 kg (Gold)
2008 – WPMF World Champion 67 kg
2008 – WTKA K1 Division Amateur World Champion 67 kg
2008 – WTKA Muay Thai Division Amateur World Champion 67 kg
2008 – WKA North American Amateur Champion 67 kg