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Dana Ghia
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Felicita Ghia

(1932-07-13) 13 July 1932 (age 89)
Milan, Italy
Other namesGhia Arlen

Dana Ghia (born Felicita Ghia; 13 July 1932) is an Italian former actress, singer and model. During her acting career, Ghia was sometimes credited as Ghia Arlen.

Life and career

Born Felicita Ghia in Milan, Ghia started her career as a runway model.[1] She debuted as a singer in 1953, during a student show, then in 1956 she was first noted thanks to the participation on the RAI contest for newcomers Primo applauso.[1] Shorty later Ghia started appearing as a vocalist in several RAI variety shows, and recording several singles.[1] Between 1963 and 1977 she appeared in a number of films and TV-series, mainly in character roles.[1]

Selected filmography

Selected discography

  • 1958: Come prima/Un sorriso come il sole (Vis Radio, Vi MQN 36130)
  • 1958: Melodia d'amore/Pupa piccolina (Vis Radio, Vi MQN 36131)
  • 1958: La canzone del faro/Ti voglio ti sogno ti adoro (Vis Radio, Vi MQN 36164)
  • 1958: Prendi quella stella/Non partir (Vis Radio, Vi MQN 36165)
  • 1958: Anche domani/L'amore senza soldi (Vis Radio, Vi MQN 36312)
  • 1958: Napule 'mbraccio a tte/Vicine vicine (Vis Radio, Vi MQN 36313)
  • 1958: Non lasciarmi/Melodie d'amore (Vis Radio, Vi MQN 36317)
  • 1958: Quand je monte chez toi (Quando salgo da te)/Dors, mon amour (Vis Radio, Vi MQN 36318)
  • 1959: The Hula Hoop song/Till (Vis Radio, Vi MQN 36322)
  • 1959: Adorami/Tua (con Tony Cucchiara) (Vis Radio, Vi MQN 36335)
  • 1959: Per tutta la vita/Tu sei qui (Vis Radio, Vi MQN 36339)
  • 1959: Ammore celeste/Scurdammoce 'e ccose d'o munno (Vis Radio, Vi MQN 36476)
  • 1959: Primme e doppo/Solitudine (Vis Radio, Vi MQN 36477)
  • 1958: The Hula Hoop song/Till/Anche domani/Napule 'mbraccio a te (Vis Radio, Vi MQ 14149)
  • 1959: Ammore celeste/Scurdammoce 'e ccose d'o munno/Primme e doppo/Solitudine (Vis Radio, Vi MQ 14169)


  1. ^ a b c d Enrico Lancia, Roberto Poppi (2003). Dizionario del cinema italiano - Le Attrici. Gremese Editore, 2003. ISBN 888440214X.

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