Nikki Arrighi, Nike Arrighi
Prince Paolo di Borghese (m. ?–1999)
Count Ernesto Arrighi, Eleanor Cox
The Devil Rides Out, Day for Night, The Train, The Perfume of the Lady i, Women in Love
Leon Greene, Charles Gray, Patrick Mower, Sarah Lawson, Gwen Ffrangcon‑Davies
Actress, Visual artist
1966–1974 (as actress)
Nike arrighi in man in a suitcase 67
Nike Arrighi (born March 9, 1947) is a French visual artist and former actress, known for roles in several European horror and art house films in the 1960s and 1970s in addition to work in television. She was raised in the Vaucluse neighborhood of Sydney, Australia, her family having moved there because her father was the Italian consul. He died when she was young.
She began her professional career as a mannequin in Paris, then moved to London where she studied art at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. After a ten-year career in film and television she retired in the early 1970s to return to art which she had studied as a young woman. Specializing in copperplate etching and oil painting, in 1976, she won First Prize for Graphic Art at the Hong Kong Art Biennial.
In 1977 she married Prince Paolo Borghese. They lived in Hong Kong where he was an engineer before moving to Italy in 1984, where she still resides at Palazzo Borghese in Artena. Her husband was deceased in 1999. They had one daughter Flavia.
Her sister is Luciana Arrighi.