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Sabrina Siani

Film actress

Sabrina Siani as Princess Valkari with a serious face, blonde hair, and wearing a band on her forehead in a movie scene from The Throne of Fire, a 1983 Italian film.

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Sabrina Siani - Biografia

Sabrina Siani (born Sabrina Seggiani in Rome, 1963) is an Italian film actress. She also used pseudonyms such as Sabrina Sellers and Sabrina Syan. She starred in numerous films, mostly violent cannibal films and sexy barbarian "sword-and-sandal" movies, and most of her films were made in a three-year period between the ages of 17 and 20. Siani retired from acting in 1989, at age 26.


Sabrina Siani as Princess Valkari with a serious face while lying on a bed, with blonde hair, wearing a band on her forehead, and a brown sexy top in a movie scene from The Throne of Fire, a 1983 Italian film.

Her brief career included working with some of the most famous Italian horror film directors of the time, including Lucio Fulci, Umberto Lenzi, Antonio Margheriti, Joe D'Amato, Jesús Franco and Alfonso Brescia. Franco said in a recent interview that Siani's mother would always accompany her to the various shooting locations and get in the way, although she actually encouraged Franco to film her daughter naked. Franco said that Siani was the 2nd worst actress he ever worked with (next to Romina Power), and that her only real asset was her delectable derrière.

Sabrina Siani as Luana/Susan with a serious face, topless and with blonde hair in a movie scene from Daughter of the Jungle, a 1982 Italian romantic adventure film.

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Selected filmography

Sabrina Siani as Roon with a fierce look while holding an arrow and bow, with blonde hair, and wearing a white and black outfit in a movie scene from Ator, the Fighting Eagle, a 1982 Italian adventure-fantasy film.

  • Napoli... la camorra sfida, la città risponde (1979), Mafia film directed by Alfonso Brescia
  • La liceale al mare con l'amica di papà (1980) aka High School Girl at the Beach with Dad's Friend
  • Mondo Cannibale (1980), a.k.a. White Cannibal Queen, directed by Jesús Franco
  • Cannibal Terror (1981), co-written by Jesús Franco. Cannibal Terror used stock footage from Mondo Cannibale.
  • Pierino medico della Saub (1981), directed by Giuliano Carnimeo
  • 2020 Texas Gladiators (1982) a.k.a. Anno 2020 - I gladiatori del futuro, directed by Joe D'Amato
  • Daughter of the Jungle (1982), directed by Umberto Lenzi
  • The Invincible Barbarian (1982), a.k.a. Gunan the Warrior, a.k.a. Gunan il guerriero, a.k.a. Gunan, King of the Barbarians; directed by Franco Prosperi
  • Ator l'invincibile / Ator the Invincible (1982), a.k.a. Ator the Fighting Eagle, directed by Joe D'Amato
  • The Sword of the Barbarians (1982), a.k.a. Barbarian Master, a.k.a. Sangraal, the Sword of Fire, directed by Michele Tarantini
  • Blue Island (1982) a.k.a. Due gocce d'acqua salata, written by Dardano Sacchetti
  • Hunters of the Golden Cobra (1982), directed by Antonio Margheriti
  • The Throne of Fire (1983) directed by Franco Prosperi
  • Conquest (1983) a.k.a. Conquest of the Lost Land, directed by Lucio Fulci
  • Black Cobra (1984), starring Fred Williamson, directed by Umberto Lenzi
  • Good King Dagobert (1984), directed by Dino Risi
  • Aenigma (1987, uncredited cameo), directed by Lucio Fulci
  • Ten Zan: Ultimate Mission (1988)

  • Sabrina Siani as Maida with a fierce look while holding a gun, with wavy blonde hair, and wearing a black sleeveless top in a movie scene from 2020 Texas Gladiators, an Italian science fiction action film.


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