Years active 2004–present
|Name Gledis Cinque|
|Born 15 JuneItaly|
Movies Love Is in the Air, Vanity Fair
Luci Spente - Clip #2 con Gledis Cinque e Matteo Castagna
Gledis Cinque (born June 15) is an Italian actress.
Gledis Cinque made her film debut with the role of Celia Crawley in Mira Nair's 2004 film Vanity Fair, with Reese Witherspoon and James Purefoy. After that very first experience she continued studying acting gaining a diploma at Centro Studi Coreografici Teatro Carcano in Milan as well as attending various courses at RADA, LAMDA, NYFA and at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting.
In 2008 she appeared in Sanguepazzo directed by Marco Tullio Giordana alongside Luca Zingaretti and Alessio Boni. In 2009 Gledis appeared in Luis Prieto's Meno male che ci sei as Giada, and Sette, Corriere della Sera's weekly magazine, named her one of the most promising young Italian actresses. In 2009 she also appeared in Non smettere di sognare, where she played the supporting role of Daniela, a ballet dancer, alongside Alessandra Mastronardi.
In 2010 Gledis played the recurring role of Cecilia in the TV miniseries Notte prima degli esami '82, directed by Elisabetta Marchetti.
In 2012 she worked in the TV series Distretto di Polizia XI, in Hermes Cavagnini's first feature "Ritratto di un Imprenditore di Provincia", and in Fausto Brizzi's film Com'è bello far l'amore.
In 2013 she finished the shooting of the feature film Miriam - Il Diario (Come Sposare un Artista), directed by Monica Castiglioni, in which she played the lead character. In 2013 she also played the lead in the feature film The Rule of Lead (La Regola del Piombo) by Giacomo Arrigoni.
In 2014 she plays one of the three leads in the web-series Sguinzagliate, directed by di Roberto Burchielli.