| Luisa Corna|| Television presenter|
| 2 December 1965 (age 50) (1965-12-02) Palazzolo sull'Oglio, Brescia|
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Luisa Corna Wikipedia
Luisa Corna (born 2 December 1965) is an Italian television presenter, singer, model, and actress.
Born in Palazzolo sull'Oglio, Brescia, at 16 years old Corna began her career as a model for, among others, Dolce & Gabbana, Missoni and Mariella Burani; she also posed for photographers Helmut Newton and Arthur Elgort. In 1992 she ranked second at the Castrocaro Music Festival with the song "Dove vanno a finire gli amori". In the late 1990s Corna began her television career, hosting several television programs such as Tira e Molla, Domenica in and Controcampo. In 2002 she entered the main competition at the Sanremo Music Festival, ranking fourth with the song "Ora che ho bisogno di te", a duet with Fausto Leali.
Corna also appeared on several films and television series, and dubbed in the Italian version of the animated film Shark Tale.