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Anna Galiena
Anna galiena in tres, teatro verdi (fi) 2013, 03.jpg
Anna Galiena (2013)
Born (1954-12-22) 22 December 1954 (age 63)
Rome, Italy
Occupation Actress
Years active 1981–present

Anna Galiena (born 22 December 1954) is an Italian actress, best known to English-speaking audiences for her appearances in Le Mari de la coiffeuse, Jamón, jamón and Being Human.

Movie career

In her youth, Galiena starred in numerous stage plays, including several of Shakespeare's works. She had made over a dozen films, mainly in her native Italy before her role in Le Mari de la coiffeuse brought her to international attention. She went on to appear in Bigas Luna's Jamón, jamón and went on to make her mainstream Hollywood debut in the Bill Forsyth-directed Being Human starring Robin Williams. The film was, however, a massive flop.

Since then, Galiena has worked in European cinema, where she is consistently in demand. With over 50 films and many television appearances to her credit, she currently has several films in production, including a prominent supporting role in the film Virgin Territory, starring Hayden Christensen and Mischa Barton. She stars alongside Joaquim de Almeida and Ben Gazzara in the thriller Christopher Roth.[1]

In 2007 she was a member of the jury at the 29th Moscow International Film Festival.[2]

Personal life

Galiena speaks Italian, English, French, and Spanish. In Being Human she speaks Friulian, a Romance language spoken in north-east Italy. She was a member of jury at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2003.

Selected filmography

References

External links

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