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Gloria Guida

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Occupation   Actress, model
Height   1.7 m
Years active   1974 - present
Spouse   Johnny Dorelli (1991)
Name   Gloria Guida
Children   Guendalina Dorelli
Role   Actress

Gloria Guida in a movie scene from the 1975 film La liceale

Born   19 November 1955 (age 67) ( 1955-11-19 ) Meran, Italy
Movies   The Teasers, Monika , To Be Twenty, La minor , That Malicious Age
Similar People   Johnny Dorelli , Edwige Fenech, Laura Antonelli, Catherine Spaak, Silvio Amadio

Gloria Guida ( [ˈɡlɔːrja ˈɡwiːda] ; born 19 November 1955) is an Italian actress and model. She is most famous for starring in the comedia erotica all'italiana, particularly La liceale series and also in erotic coming-of-age - drama films in the mid-1970s.


Gloria Guida - Taormina Film Fest 2013

Life and career

Gloria Guida was born in Merano , Trentino-Alto Adige, to a family of Emilia Romagna origin. She moved with her family to Bologna as a child. She first began a singing career, starting in her father's dancing place on the Romagna coast. Then she took up modeling, becoming Miss Teenage Italia in 1974.

Guide subsequently went on to star in many sexy comedies. Two of her early films, La Ragazzina ( Monika in English-language release) and La minorenne , both shot in the summer of 1974, are stories of young female characters discovering their sexuality. She made her real breakthrough in 1975 with La liceale ( Teasers ). Another film of particular success was Avere twenty anni ("To Be Twenty") in 1978, where she starred with Lilli Carati .

In 1981, Guida married singer and actor Johnny Dorelli, whom she met in the stage musical Let's turn on the lamp (1979). They have one daughter.

Gloria Guida smiling while wearing a brown floral dress


  • 1972 - Man Can't Say No to Woman / Rain in the Soul (CBS, CBS-8015)
  • 1972 - Heart, be honored / Rain in the soul (CBS, CBS-8375)
  • 1979 - Music is / Gloria around the clock (CAM, AMP-219)
  • References

    Gloria Guide Wikipedia