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Occupation  Actress
Died  July 2, 1960, Rome, Italy
Role  Actress

Name  Margherita Bagni
Years active  1918-1959
Children  Nora Ricci
Margherita Bagni
Born  21 February 1902 (1902-02-21) Turin, Italy
Spouse  Renzo Ricci (m. 1923–1960)
Parents  Ines Zacconi, Ambrogio Bagni
Movies  Too Bad She's Bad, Lucky to Be a Woman, The Unfaithfuls, Christmas at Camp 119, Eternal Melodies
Similar People  Renzo Ricci, Nora Ricci, Alessandro Blasetti, Vittorio Gassman, Carmine Gallone

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Margherita Bagni (21 February 1902 – 2 July 1960) was an Italian actress and voice actress. She appeared in 37 films between 1918 and 1959. She was born in Turin, Italy and died in Rome, Italy.


Daughter of actors, Bagni entered at very young age the stage company of Ermete Zacconi. After having married Renzo Ricci, in 1925 she formed with him the company Ricci-Bagni. She made her film debut at 15, in Gli spettri, but her real film career began in mid-1930's. In cinema she was mainly a character actress, and at the same time she was also very active as a voice actress. She also appeared on several television series of great success.

Her daughter Nora was an actress and she also was the first wife of Vittorio Gassman.

Partial filmography

  • Thirty Seconds of Love (1936)
  • Adam's Tree (1936)
  • The Two Sergeants (1936)
  • Doctor Antonio (1937)
  • Eternal Melodies (1940)
  • The Queen of Navarre (1942)
  • The Jester's Supper (1942)
  • Christmas at Camp 119 (1948)
  • Abbiamo vinto! (1951)
  • Operation Mitra (1951)
  • Le infedeli (1953)
  • I Chose Love (1953)
  • If You Won a Hundred Million (1953)
  • Too Bad She's Bad (1954)
  • A Slice of Life (1954)
  • Lucky to Be a Woman (1956)
  • Prepotenti più di prima (1959)
  • References

    Margherita Bagni Wikipedia