Bice Valori

(Rome, 13 May 1927 – 17 March 1980)



Daughter of journalist Aldo Valori (1882/1965), and sister of the town planner Michele Valori, graduated from the National Academy of Dramatic Art in Rome, and in the same city he later obtained his degree in letters. In The Academy The young actress met Paolo Panelli, with whom he would have established a long and profitable and artistic and affective Association. From their marriage was born, in 1957, the daughter Alessandra, also active in the artistic field. With an instinctive verve and a wicked sense of humour, Bice Valori was engaged initially in radio. Between 1949 and 1951 he was part of the cast of the famous radio magazine La Biscarda di Garinei and Giovannini Musical Comedy company, as part of Radio Rome, later also in the company of prose, always in Rome. In the 1950 's Mary the Willian Shakespeare twelfth night directed by Orazio Costa, with Giorgio De Lullo, Renzo Giovampietro farm, Mario Gallina, Camillo Pilotto, panels, Salvo Randone, Gualtiero Isneghi, Francesco Mulé, Nino Manfredi, Gianrico Germans, Rossella Falk and Anna Proclemer to San Giusto Castle for the Teatro Verdi (Trieste). Since the early 1950s, the actress began to work successfully in the Revue. Among the many shows we remember , without a net, Oh how many beautiful cunt madame Doré, the latter together with close friend Walter Chiari. The real success came thanks to television. Either alone or with her husband Paolo Panelli, Bice Valori, starred in numerous television work, almost always brilliant genre. It was bubbling and ironic entertainer in famous truth as two pair, you remember his hilarious fictional telephone operator of Rai, special for us, together with Paolo Panelli, Nazi F, Ave Ninchi, after an absence of a few years for theater engagements, returns with But that eveningRemarkable its holdings at musicals created by Garinei and Giovannini, including Rugantino, with Nino Manfredi, and Aldo Fabrizi, and two lucky productions with her husband Paolo Panelli, Add a seat at the table, we turn on the lamp In 1978 he again cast Rugantino, in the same role of Eusebia, sister of the hero this time starring Enrico Montesano.


Prose Rai


remember the mother, by John Van Druten, directed by Anton Giulio Majano, broadcast on October 18, 1951.


Prose Rai Television


chains, by Allan Langdon Martin, directed by Anton Giulio Majano, aired on 20 June 1955


married Peace, directed by Luciano Mondolfo, aired on 27 December 1956


the demanding painter, directed by Luciano Mondolfo, aired on February 19, 1957


Gian Burrasca's Magazine, directed by Lina Wurtmüller, 1964


the legacy of Noël Coward, directed by Carlo di Stefano, aired on October 3, 1967


Dawn, Day and night, by Dario Niccodemi, directed by Luciano Mandolfo, with Paolo Panelli, and Elio Pandolfi, broadcast on January 6, 1970




It's easier than a camel..., directed by Luigi Zampa (1950)


seven hours of trouble, directed by Metz and Marchesi (1951)


Anema e Core, directed by Mario Mattoli (1951)


Damn taxes!, directed by Mario Mattoli (1951)


Totò Third Man, directed by Mario Mattoli (1951)


Inganno, directed by Guido Brignone (1952)


We are all tenants, directed by Mario Mattoli (1953)


The Sunday of the Good People, directed by Anton Giulio Majano (1953)


The Three Thieves, directed by Lionello De Felice (1954)


Il Matrimonio, directed by Antonio Petrucci (1954)


Papa Pacifico, directed by Guido Brignone (1954)


The wife is the same for everyone, directed by Giorgio Simonelli (1955)


La bella di Roma, directed by Luigi Comencini (1955)


Bravo, directed by Luigi Filippo D'Amico (1955)


the aunt of America goes to ski, directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero (1957)


the most beautiful moment, directed by Luciano Emmer (1957)


Susanna All Panna, directed by Steno (1957)


my grandmother cop, directed by Steno (1958)


Corporal of the Day, directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia (1958)


Le Straight, directed by Mario Amendola (1958)


look at them but not Toccatele, directed by Mario Mattoli (1959)


psychoanalyst for Signora, directed by Jean Boyer (1959)


we Duri, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque (1960)


Le Signore, directed by Turi Vasile (1960)


Hunt for her husband, directed by Marino Girolami (1960)


Ferragosto in Bikini, directed by Marino Girolami (1960)


scandals by the Sea, directed by Marino Girolami (1960)


5 Marines for 100 Girls, directed by Mario Mattoli (1961)


Husbands in Congress, directed by Luigi Filippo D'Amico (1961)


Maciste account Hercules in the Valley of Troubles, directed by Mario Mattoli (1961)


adulterer He, adulteress Lei, directed by Raffaello Matarazzo (1963)


Le Motorized, directed by Marino Girolamani (1963)


outrage at Modesty, directed by Silvio Amadio (1964)


7-9-18 from Paris a corpse for Rocky (1964)


Dangerous Loves, episode "La Domestica", directed by Alfredo Giannetti (1964)


La sixteen, directed by Luigi Petrini (1965)


Rita la mosquito, directed by Lina Wertmüller (1966)


do not tease the Mosquito, directed by Lina Wertmüller (1967)


La Taming tamed, directed by Franco Zeffirelli, (1967)


the physician of the mutual, directed by Luigi Zampa (1968)


Lisa with blue Eyes, directed by Bruno Corbucci (1969)


her name is Donna Rosa, directed by Ettore Maria Fizzarotti (1969)


the nurses of the mutual, directed by Giuseppe Orlandini (1969)


midnight of Love, directed by Ettore Maria Fizzarotti (1970)





Don Giovanni or the stone convitate of Molière, directed by Orazio Costa, with Nino Manfredi, Tino Buazzelli, and Paolo Panelli, 4 February 1949


invitation to the Castle, by Jean Anouilh, directed by Orazio Costa, 28 January 1950


The legend of Liliom, by Ferenc Monlnàr, directed by Orazio Costa, Nino Manfredi, Tino Buazzelli and Paolo Panelli, 1950


Twelfth Night, by Shakespeare, directed by Orazio Costa, Nino Manfredi, Anna Proclemer, Paolo Panelli, 29 July 1950


the houses of the widower, by Geroge Bernard Shaw, directed by Orazio Costa, with Nino Manfredi, and Tino Bauzzelli, 12 January, 1951


the fan of Carlo Goldoni, directed by Alfredo Zennaro, with Tino Buazzelli, 3 febbraio1951


La Bella Rombière, by Guillaume Clervers, directed by Georges Vitaly, with Paolo Panelli, Elio Pandolfi, and Tino Buazzelli, March, 1952


Three unique acts (the dead do not fear, the success of the day, friendship), by Eduardo De Filippo, directed by Eduardo De Filippo, 10 May 1952


against the current, by Vittorio Metz and Marcello Marchesi, with Walter Chiari, Domenico Modugno, Paolo Panelli, and Gino Bramieri, 1953


without net, by Alberto Bonucci, and Paolo Panelli, with Monica Vitti and Francesco Mulè, 1954


O How many beautiful daughters Madama Dorè, by Italo Terzoli, with Walter Chiari, 1955


the boys of Mrs. Gibbson, by Will Glickman, Joseph Stein, directed by Luchino Visconti, with Rina Morelli and Paolo Stoppa, 1958


Rugantino, di Pietro garinei and Sandro Giovannini, with Nino Manfredi, Aldo Fabrizi, and Toni Ucci, 1962


La Bottega del Caffè, by Goldoni, directed by Giuseppe Patroni Griffi, with Paolo Panelli, and Mariano Rigillo, 1967


No sex We are English, A. Marriot directed by Pietro Garinei and Sandro Giovannini, with Johnny Dorelli, Alida Chelli, and Paolo Panelli, 1973


We access the lamp, Garinei, and Giovanini, with Johnny Dorelli, Paolo Panelli, Elio Pandolfi, 1980