Alessandra Panaro

Rome, 14 December 1939


His career began in 1954 with the films Poveri ma belli, in 1957 he began his television career while participating as valletta in transmitting the MoustafaHe moved firstly the banker Jean-Pierre Sabet died in 1983, and secondly to actor Giancarlo Sbragia, whose remains a widow in 1994.




Il barcaiolo di Amalfi, directed by Mino Roli


Lovers, directed by Mauro Bolognini


Golden Bell, directed by Giorgio Simonelli


Cantando sotto le stelle, directed by Marino Girolami


Guardia, Guardia scelta and Brigadier and Maréchal, directed by Mauro Bolognini


The billionaires, directed by Guido Malatesta


The waif of Pompeii, directed by Giacomo Gentilomo


Mother Unknown, directed by Carlo Campogalliani


Poveri ma belli, Dino Risi


Lazzarella, directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia


In the service of the Emperor, directed by Dear Canaille


Adventure in Capri, directed by Giuseppe Lipartiti


Boarders at the tabarin, directed by Maurice Règamey


The last song, directed by Pino Mercanti


Poor millionaires, directed by Dino Risi


Toto, Peppino and the fanatics, directed by Mario Mattoli


Cerasella, directed by Raffaello Matarazzo


I ragazzi dei Parioli, directed by Sergio Corbucci


The recommended di ferro, directed by Marcello Baldi


Le notti dei Teddy Boys, directed by Leopoldo Savona


Rocco e i suoi fratelli, directed by Luchino Visconti


The Bacchae, directed by Giorgio Ferroni


Husbands in Congress, by Luigi D'amico


Secret shot of d'Artagnan, directed by Luigi D'amico


El hijo del Capitán Blood (the son of Captain Blood), directed by Tullio Demicheli


My love is written on the wind, directed by Luis Cesar Amadori


Ulysses against Hercules, directed by Mario Caiano


Ercole contro I Figli del sole, directed by Giorgio Ferrone


The executioner of Venice, directed by Luigi Capuano


Sandok, the Maciste of the jungle, directed by Umberto Lenzi


30 Winchester per El Diablo, directed by Gianfranco Baldanello


The violent of Rio Bravo, directed by Robert Siodmak


La notte dell'addio, directed by Maurizio Arena


Madame, directed by Duccio Tessari


He voiced


Maria Pia Di Meo in lovers Lazzarella, Totò Peppino and the fanatics, adventure in Carpi, the boys of Parioli


Rita Savagnone in Mother unknown


Fiorella Betti in poor but beautiful, Poor millionaires, Cerasella, the Bacchae, 30 Winchester for Ethe Diabolo


Flaminia Jandolo in The Foundling of Pompeii


Fulvia Mammi in Rocco e i suoi fratelli


Luisella Visconti in Ulisse contro Ercole


Rai Filmography


Hay Fever, directed by Guglielmo Morandi


Champignol unwittingly, directed by Silverio Blasi