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Ilaria Occhini

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Ilaria Occhini
Ilaria Occhini 1965b.jpg
Ilaria Occhini in Rome in 1965
Born(1934-03-28)28 March 1934
Florence, Italy
Died20 July 2019(2019-07-20) (aged 85)
Florence, Italy
OccupationActress
Years active1954–2019

Ilaria Occhini (28 March 1934 – 20 July 2019) was an Italian stage, television and film actress. She appeared in more than 30 films.[1]

Life and career

Born in Florence, niece and daughter of novelists, Occhini started her film career at 19 with the Luciano Emmer's comedy film Terza Liceo with the stage name Isabella Redi, then attended the Accademia d'Arte Drammatica in Rome, graduating in 1957.[2] The same year she back to acting with Mario Monicelli's Il medico e lo stregone, and at the same time she debuted on stage with Luchino Visconti's La ragazza delle smirne and had her first leading role in the Anton Giulio Majano's TV series Jane Eyre.[2] In 1959 she appeared in the television adaptation The Vicar of Wakefield.

Her mother, Gioconda Papini (1910-1954), was one of the two daughters of writer Giovanni Papini and his wife Giacinta Giovagnoli, the other being writer Viola Paszkowski Papini. Her father was writer, art historian and journalist Barna Occhini (pseudonym of Carlo Luigi Occhini) (1905-1978), the son of senator Pier Ludovico Occhini and his wife Maria Luisa Tettamanzi.

Occhini obtained her major successes on stage, working several times with Luchino Visconti, then joining the Piccolo Teatro of Naples, where she received large critical appreciation by interpreting classical and contemporary authors.[2] She was also a constant presence of RAI television series, and also starred in many films, but rarely in leading roles.[2]

In 1992 Occhini won the Nastro d'Argento for best supporting role for her performance in Benvenuti in Casa Gori.[3] In 2008 she was awarded Best Actress at the Locarno International Film Festival for her role in Mar Nero.[4] In 2010 she won a David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Loose Cannons; the same year she was awarded with a special Nastro d'Argento for her career.[4]

She married screenwriter and author Raffaele La Capria, with whom she had a daughter, Alexandra.[4]

Selected filmography

Ferdinando Cappabianca and Ilaria Occhini in High School
Ferdinando Cappabianca and Ilaria Occhini in High School
Ugo Tognazzi and Ilaria Occhini in His Women
Ugo Tognazzi and Ilaria Occhini in His Women

References

  1. ^ Addio all'attrice Ilaria Occhini, aveva 85 anni (in Italian)
  2. ^ a b c d Enrico Lancia, Roberto Poppi. Dizionario del cinema italiano, Le Attrici. Gremese Editore, 2003. ISBN 888440214X.
  3. ^ Enrico Lancia. I premi del cinema. Gremese Editore, 1998. ISBN 8877422211.
  4. ^ a b c "Nastri d'Argento 2010, omaggio a Trovajoli, Occhini e Gregoretti". MegaModo. 11 May 2010. Archived from the original on 22 February 2014. Retrieved 14 August 2013.

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