Gloria Piedimonte

Gloria Piedimonte



Gloria Piedimonte is an Italian-born actress, singer, and dancer. She was born in Rome, Italy, on November 25, 1958. She began her performing career at the age of 14, when she joined the Compagnia di Operetta Italiana, performing in various opera, operetta, and musicals. She continued her studies in voice and acting, and eventually went on to receive a diploma from the Conservatory of Music in Rome.

Gloria made her film debut in 1975, in the Italian film “The Girls of the Sun”. She has since appeared in more than 20 films, including “The Godfather Part II”, “Death Wish”, “The Leopard”, and “The Belly of an Architect”. She has also appeared in several television series and miniseries, such as “The Young Pope”, “The Borgias”, and “The Roman Empire”.

Gloria’s stage career began in 1977, when she joined the Compagnia di Operetta Italiana at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma. She has since performed in numerous productions at opera houses across Europe, including the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, and the Teatro La Fenice in Venice.

In addition to her stage and screen work, Gloria has released several albums of popular and classical music. Her albums include “Gloria Piedimonte Sings”, “La Musica di Gloria”, and “Gloria Piedimonte: Classic and Pop”.

Gloria has been honored for her work with numerous awards and accolades. In 2015, she won the David di Donatello award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance in "The Godfather Part II". She has also been nominated for the Golden Globe, the Silver Ribbon, and the Nastro d'Argento awards.

Throughout her career, Gloria has been a passionate advocate for the performing arts. In 2012, she was appointed a Goodwill Ambassador for the Arts by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

Gloria Piedimonte is an accomplished actress, singer, and dancer who has been entertaining audiences around the world for over four decades

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