Sylvia Koscina

(Zagreb, 22 August 1933 – 26 December 1994)

 

Silvia's parents was the Greek father and Polish mother and were owners of a maritime shipyard in split, as a teenager he moved to Italy during World War II, following the sister who had married an Italian. In 1954 during University won the title Miss Stage in the tour of Italy in Naples, a title which allowed him to enter into the world of cinema with a small portion next to toto in the movie are we men or corporals by Camillo Mastrocinque, important role comes with Pietro Germi in the movie the railroad man (1955). In 1964 she was chosen by Federico Fellini for the part of one of the Sisters of the heroine in Juliet of the spirits, in 1967 is hired to shoot some film in Hollywood where he finds himself acting alongside Paul Newman and KirkDouglas. In 1960 invests most of his earnings in a villa at Marino with 16th-century furnishings and classical paintings, but unfortunately due to fiscal problems was forced to sell the villa, Silvia lived with the producer Raimondo Castelli as the wife of Castles gave him a divorce they married in Mexico, but in Italy the marriage was not recognized. Dies at the age of 61 years for breast cancer.

 

Filmography

 

Are we men or corporals, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque (1955)

The railroad man, directed by Pietro Germi (1955)

Michael Strogoff, directed by Carmine Gallone (1956)

Gwendolyn, directed by Alberto Lattuada (1957)

La Gerusalemme liberata, directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia (1957)

The engaged couple of death, directed by Romolo Marcellini (1957)

The labors of Hercules, directed by Pietro Francisci (1958) 

Racconti d'estate, directed by Gianni Franciolini (1958)

Totò nella luna, directed by Steno (1958)

Toto in Paris, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque (1958)

Ladro lui, ladra lei, directed by Luigi Zampa (1958)

Giovani mariti, directed by Mauro Bolognini (1958)

Hercules and the Queen of Lydia, directed by Pietro Francisci (1958)

  La nipote Sabella, directed by Giorgio Bianchi (1958)

When Angels cry, directed by Marino Girolami (1958)

Are no longer guaglione, directed by Domenico Paolella (1958)

Dangerous Wives, by Luigi Comencini (1959)

Therapist for ladies, directed by Jean Boyer (1959)

Hard times for vampires, directed by Steno (1959)

The Bill, by Camillo Mastrocinque (1959)

Le sorprese dell'Amore, directed by Luigi Comencini (1959)

Poor millionaires, by Dino Risi (1959)

Females three times, directed by Steno (1959)

Femmine di lusso (Intrigue in Taormina), directed by Giorgio Bianchi (1960)

The pleasures of Bachelor, directed by Giulio Petroni (1960)

The assassin, directed by Damiano Damiani (1960)

Crimen, by Mario Camerini (1960)

The traffic policeman, directed by Luigi Zampa (1960)

The siege of Syracuse, directed by Pietro Francisci (1960)

Le pillole di Ercole, by Luciano Salce (1960)

Genitori in Blue Jeans, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque (1960)

Distractions, directed by Jacques Dupont (1960)

The wife of the other, directed by Robert Lamoureux (1960)

Husbands in danger, directed by Mauro Morassi (1961)

Hands up, directed by Giorgio Bianchi (1961)

The man in the iron mask, directed by Henri Decoin (1962)  

Il giorno più corto, directed by Sergio Corbucci (1962)

La congiura dei dieci, regia di Baccio Bandini (1962)

Jessica, directed by Jean Negulesco and Oreste Palella (1962)

The masseuses, directed by Lucio Fulci (1962)

Copacabana Palace, directed by Steno (1962)

The tortoise and the Hare, directed by Alessandro Blasetti (1962)

The Paladin of the Court of France, directed by Maurice Règamey (1962)

Le monachine, directed by Luciano Salce (1963)

Il fornaretto di Venezia, directed by Duccio Tessari (1963)

Cyrano and d'Artagnan, directed by Abel Gance (1963)

The apartment of the girls, directed by Michel Deville (1963)

The man in black, directed by Georges Franju (1963)

Circular triangle, directed by Pierre Kast (1964)

A history of night, directed by Luigi Petrini (1964)

Saturday, July 18, episode of the obsession, directed by Gianni Puccini (1964)

Corpse for the Lady, by Mario Mattoli (1964)

Love and life, episode of Love in four sizes– Jacques Romain (1964)

If we are talking about women, directed by Ettore Scola (1964)

Too hot for June, directed by Ralph Thomas (1964)

Juliet of the spirits, directed by Federico Fellini (1965)

Close combat, directed by Claude Sautet (1965)

Io, Io, Io ... e gli altri, directed by Alessandro Blasetti (1965)

The woman, the episode Made in Italy, directed by Nanni Loy (1965)

Colpo grosso a Galata Bridge, directed by AntonioIsasi-Isasmedi (1965)

The softie, directed by Massimo Franciosa (1965)

L'autostrada del soleThrillingepisode, directed by Carlo Lizzani (1965)

The money, directed by Gianni Puccini, and Giorgio Cavedon (1965)

The seven falsari, directed by Yes Robert (1966)

Deadlier than the male(1966), directed by Ralph Thomas

Agent X-77 – orders to kill, directed by Maurice Cloche and Silvio Siano (1966)  

The actors, directed by Marcello Fondato (1967)

La calata dei barbari, directed by Robert Siodmak (1968)

War, love and escape, directed by Jack Smight (1968)

Justine or the misfortunes of virtue, directed by Jesus Franco (1968)

Jim the compelling detective, directed by David Lowell Rich (1968)

The new wife, directed by Michael Worms (1969)

L'assoluto naturale, directed by Mauro Bolognini (1969)

Vedo nudo(1969), directed by Dino Risi

The battle of Neretva, directed by Velko Bulajic (1969) 

Ninì Tirabusciò: la donna che inventò la mossa,directed by Marcello Fondato (1970)

Wolves attack in packs, directed by Phil Karlson (1970)

The Dove must not fly, directed by Sergio Garrone (1970)

Mazzabubù ... How many horns are down here?, directed by Mario Laurenti (1971)

In the darkness of terror, directed by José Marcus Nieves Conde (1971)

Homo Eroticuts, by Marco Vicario (1971)

African Story, directed by Marino Girolami (1971)

We women siam made so!, directed by Dino Risi (1971)

Sette scialli di seta gialla, directed by Sergio Pastore (1972)

Boccaccio, directed by Bruno Corbucci (1972)

The strange law of Dr. Mahmood, directed by Fernando Merino (1972)

Blessed are the rich, directed by Salvatore Sampei (1972)

Lisa e il diavolo, by Mario Bava (1972)

Revelations of a sex offender to the head of the flying squad, directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero (1972)

The Cav. Demonic Dracula in Brianza: constant Nicosia, directed by Lucio Fulci (1975) 

The House of exorcism, directed by Alfredo Leone and Mario Bava (1975)

Occhio alla vedova, directed by Sergio Pastore (1975)

The traffic jam, directed by Luigi Comencini (1978)

The seducers of Sunday, Dino Risi (1980)

Ace, directed by Castellano e Pipolo (1981)

This and that, directed by Sergio Corbucci (1982)

Cinderella 80, directed by Roberto Malenotti (1983)

Mani di fata, directed by Steno (1983)

Rimini Rimini, directed by Sergio Corbucci (1987)

Ricky e Barabba, directed by Christian De Sica (1992)

There is Kim Novak al Telefono, directed by Henry Rose (1993)

 

 

Prose Rai

 

Topaze, of Marcel Pagnol with Andreina Paul, Sylvia Koscina, Alberto Lionello

 

Script, script, by Carlo Chopped, with Santo Versace, Mino Bellei

 

 

Was voiced by:

 

Maria Pia Di Meo, in the labours of Hercules, Hercules and directed by Lydia, The circular triangle, war love and escape, Totò nella luna, toto in Paris, girls for the summer, psychoanalysis, hard times for vampires, the siege of Syracuse, female Luxury, Husbands in danger, Justine, or the misfortunes of virtue

 

Fiorella Bettiyoung husbands, Ladro lui, ladra lei, the masseuses, the sex of the hell, Jim the compelling detective, House of exorcism

 

Gabriella GentaFemales three times, Guedalina, Le pillole di Ercole, parents in Blue jeans, La mala ordina

 

Rita SavagnoneLe monachine, calata dei Barbari, Sette Scialli di Seta gialla Lydia Sakai, the railroad man, La Gerusalemme liberata

 

Clara BindiGrandma Sabella, granddaughter Sabella

 

Luisella ViscontiCyrano and D'artagnan, if we are talking about women

 

Melina Hammer, in the battle of Neretva, the Dove must not fly

 

Anna MiserocchiMichael Strogoff

 

Wanda TettoniPoor Millions

 

Benita MartiniThrilling

 

Vittoria Febbicopyright Crime

 

Mirella Peace, in revelations of a sex offender to the head of the flying squad

 

Marisa Del FrateHercules and the Queen of Lydia