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Sydne Rome
Sydne Rome 1974.jpg
Sydne Rome in The Gamecock (1974)
Born (1951-03-17) March 17, 1951 (age 70)
OccupationActress
Spouse(s)
(m. 1973, divorced)

Roberto Bernabei
(m. 1987)

Sydne Rome (born March 17, 1951) is an American-Italian film actress.[1] Her first name is often misspelled Sydney or Sidney.

Biography

Born in Akron, Rome grew up in a wealthy, Jewish family in Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Her father was president of a plastics corporation in the Akron area. She started her career in 1969 in the British movie Some Girls Do. She then appeared in Italian films, often playing the young, seemingly innocent American abroad, and also in Spaghetti Westerns. Subsequently she made forays into German film and television. Since the late 90s she has acted in Italian TV films and series.

At the beginnings of the 1980s, Rome became an icon of the aerobics craze and published workout videos as well as the album "Aerobic Fitness Dancing", produced by Frank Farian and recorded in German, Spanish and Italian.[2] As a singer, she recorded the single "Angelo prepotente" (1980) in Italian, English ("For You") and German ("Wozu"). She also recorded a cover version of Marty Balin's hit "Hearts".

At some point in her life, Rome's face was disfigured in a car crash.[3]

In 1973, she married Emilio Lari; subsequently, she converted to Catholicism and married the gerontologist Roberto Bernabei.[4] She has been living in Italy - coincidentally, in Rome - since the early 1970s. Roberto and Sydne have two grown children.[3]

Selected filmography

References

  1. ^ "Sydne Rome - About This Person - Movies & TV - NYTimes.com". web.archive.org. December 25, 2013.
  2. ^ "Sydne Rome – Aerobic Fitness Dancing (1983, Gatefold, Vinyl)" – via www.discogs.com.
  3. ^ a b "Sydne Rome talks about Today is another day: the accident, the daughters, the loves". tipsforwomens.org.
  4. ^ Nomina del Medico personale del Santo Padre: Roberto Bernabei (press.vatican.va)

External links

Media related to Sydne Rome at Wikimedia Commons

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