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Full Name  Cinzia Moscone
Role  Actress
Name  Cinzia Monreale
Years active  1975–present
Occupation  Actress, producer

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Born  22 June 1957 (age 58) (1957-06-22) Genoa, Italy
Movies  The Beyond, Beyond the Darkness, Flatfoot in Egypt, Kreola, Silver Saddle
Similar People  Catriona MacColl, David Warbeck, Franca Stoppi, Antoine Saint‑John, Veronica Lazar

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Cinzia Monreale (born Cinzia Moscone; 22 June 1957) is an Italian actress. She is probably best known for her role in the horror classics Beyond the Darkness and The Beyond.

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Born in Genoa, the daughter of lyric singer Mirella Zaza, Monreale was active as runway model before starting her film career. In 1975, at age 17, she made her film debut in a minor role in the Vittorio Sindoni's comedy Son tornate a fiorire le rose, then she got her first main roles again with Sindoni, in the comedies Perdutamente tuo... mi firmo Macaluso Carmelo fu Giuseppe and Per amore di Cesarina.

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Monreale appeared in several films throughout the seventies, including the spaghetti western Silver Saddle, which was her first time working with famed horror film director Lucio Fulci. In 1979, at age 22, she starred in a leading role with director Joe D'Amato in Buio Omega ("Beyond the Darkness"), and in 1981, again working with Fulci, she appeared as 'Emily' in the cult horror classic The Beyond, with Catriona MacColl and David Warbeck. Other roles include Joe D'Amato's Return From Death (aka Frankenstein 2000), Lucio Fulci's Warriors of the Year 2072 and The Sweet House of Horrors, the award-winning Festival directed by Pupi Avati, Under the Skin, and When a Man Loves a Woman.

Monreale has also worked as a producer. She served as a videographer in the 2005 original documentary Kill Gil: Volume 1 and she produced the 2006 documentary Kill Gil: Volume 2. She is also active on television, in TV-movies and series.

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