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Vittoria Belvedere

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Occupation  actress
TV shows  Riding the Storm
Spouse  Vasco Valerio (m. 1999)
Role  Actress
Name  Vittoria Belvedere

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Born  January 17, 1972 (age 43) (1972-01-17) Vibo Valentia, Calabria, Italy
Children  Lorenzo Valerio, Emma Valerio, Niccolo Valerio
Movies  Craving Desire, Saint Rita, Imperium: Augustus, The Apocalypse, Pope John Paul II
Similar People  Luca Ward, Raffaele Mertes, Enrico Mutti, Romina Mondello, Giorgio Capitani

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Vittoria Belvedere (born January 17, 1972) is an Italian actress from Vibo Valentia in Calabria, southern Italy. She has appeared in several films but most of her work is television based.

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Career

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In 1992, she made her debut in the film In camera mia, directed by Luciano Martino. In 1993, she appeared in mini series Delitti privati, directed by Sergio Martino.

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She played Julia the Elder in the Anglo-Italian mini series Imperium: Augustus where she played a very tragic character, a victim of domestic abuse and rape.

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She hosted the 2003 edition of "Festival di San Remo" with Pippo Baudo and Manuela Arcuri.

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In 2006, she starred in 10 episodes of the Italian romantic drama series Nati ieri.

Personal life

She is married to Vasco Valerio, an executive TV producer and has three children.

Cinema


  • 1992 - In camera mia, directed by Luciano Martino
  • 1992 - Oro, directed by Fabio Bonzi
  • 1993 - Graffiante desiderio, directed by Sergio Martino
  • 1994 - Ritorno a Parigi, directed by Maurizio Rasio
  • 1998 - Passaggio per il paradiso, directed by Antonio Baiocco
  • 1999 - La spiaggia, directed by Mauro Cappelloni
  • 2000 - Si fa presto a dire amore, directed by Enrico Brignano
  • 2004 - La lettera, directed by Luciano Cannito
  • Television

  • 1993 - Piazza di Spagna, directed by Florestano Vancini
  • 1993 - Delitti privati, directed by Sergio Martino
  • 1993 - La famiglia Ricordi, directed by Mauro Bolognini
  • 1995 - Arsène Lupin, directed by Vittorio De Sisti
  • 1996 - Commandant Nerval, directed by Henri Helman e Arnaud Sélignac
  • 1996 - Il ritorno di Sandokan, directed by Enzo G. Castellari
  • 1998 - Provincia segreta, directed by Francesco Massaro
  • 1998 - Trenta righe per un delitto, directed by Lodovico Gasparini
  • 1998 - Lui e lei, directed by Luciano Manuzzi
  • 1998 - Le ragazze di Piazza di Spagna, directed by José María Sánchez
  • 1999 - Le ragazze di Piazza di Spagna 2, directed by Gianfranco Lazotti
  • 1999 - Lui e lei 2, directed by Elisabetta Lodoli e Luciano Manuzzi
  • 1999 - Riding the storm, directed by Bernd Böhlich
  • 2000 - Senso di colpa, directed by Massimo Spano
  • 2000 - Le ragazze di Piazza di Spagna 3, directed by Riccardo Donna
  • 2001 - L'uomo che piaceva alle donne - Bel Ami, directed by Massimo Spano
  • 2002 - San Giovanni - L'Apocalisse, directed by Raffaele Mertes
  • 2003 - ICS - L'amore ti dà un nome, directed by Alberto Negrin
  • 2003 - Imperium: Augustus, directed by Roger Young
  • 2003 - Nessuno al posto suo, directed by Gianfranco Albano
  • 2004 - Part Time, directed by Angelo Longoni
  • 2004 - Saint Rita, directed by Giorgio Capitani
  • 2005 - Padri e figli, directed by Gianfranco Albano e Gianni Zanasi
  • 2005 - Il bambino sull'acqua, directed by Paolo Bianchini
  • 2005 - Il mio amico Babbo Natale, directed by Franco Amurri
  • 2005 - Giovanni Paolo II, directed by John Kent Harrison
  • 2006 - Nati ieri, directed by Carmine Elia, Paolo Genovese and Luca Miniero
  • 2007 - Viaggio in Italia - Una favola vera, directed by Paolo Genovese and Luca Miniero
  • References

    Vittoria Belvedere Wikipedia


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