Tina Pica

(Born March 31 1884-Naples, 15 August 1967)

 

Born in a suburb of Naples by Giuseppe Pica, actor ringmaster, his real name was Daniel Annunziata Pica. As a child, little Tina began working as an actress with her parents in a theater company. Can work in some Neapolitan theatres, after a long apprenticeship can start his own theater company the Italy Theatre. In the 1930s, Eduardo De Filippo, thus beginning a long known artistic collaboration that will see participates in many plays by Eduardo. Tina in 1916 began working for the cinema with Elvira Notari, followed by Mario Camerini, Gero Zambuto, toto. Memorable role of candy in Bread love and dreams, bread, love and jealousy,Pane amore e. .. role that allowed him to win the Silver Ribbon for best supporting actress. In private life, Tina was not luck he married two remaining widow only after two months of marriage, after two years, the little girl died. Experienced municipal police pinned and so he decided to remarry. Tina Pica dies at age 84 at home of her niece.

 

  

Filmography

 

1916

Carmela, the little dressmaker of Montesanto, directed by Elvira Notari

Ciccio, Carmine piazzaiuolo, directed by Elvira Notari

 

1934

  The three-cornered hat, directed by Mario Camerini

 

1937

Still with the manthe, directed by Gero Zambuto

 

1938

  L'ha fatto una signora, directed by Mario Mattoli

 

1939

  Il marchese di Ruvolito, directed by Raffaello Matarazzo

 

1947

Lost in the dark, directed by Camillo Mastrocinque

 

1948

Forbidden to steal, directed by Luigi Comencini

 

1950

The vote, directed by Mario Bonnard

 

1951

  Holy crap!, directed by Giorgio Bianchi

 

1951

Destiny, directed by Enzo Di Gianni

Fiamme sulla laguna, directed by Giuseppe Maria Scotese

Filumena Marturano, directed by Eduardo De Filippo

 

1952

  Husbands and wives, directed by Eduardo De Filippo

  Life imprisonment, directed by Luigi Capuano

  Remorse, directed by Armando Grottini

Deception, directed by Guido Brignone

City Cali, Mario Costa

Processo alla città, directed by Luigi Zampa

 

1953

Bread, love and dreams, directed by Luigi Comencini

 

1954

Carosello Napoletanoby Ettore Giannini

Cuore di mamma, directed by Luigi Capuano

Graziella, directed by Giorgio Bianchi

L'oro di Napoli, by Vittorio De Sica  

Napoli è sempre Napoli, directed by Armando Fizzarotti

Bread, love and jealousy, directed by Luigi Comencini

Tragic Ballad, directed by Luigi Capuano

 

1955

Le signorine dello 04, directed by Gianni Franciolini

Two cents worth of Happiness, directed by Roberto Amoroso

Totò e Carolina, directed by Mario Monicelli

From here to the inheritance, directed by Mario Monicelli

The sign of Venus, directed by Dino Risi

Goodnight ... Lawyer!, directed by Giorgio Bianchi

Destination Piovarolo, Director Dasgupta Paolella

A hero of our times, directed by Mario Monicelli

His wife is the same for all, directed by Giorgio Simonelli

Io piaccio, directed by Giorgio Bianchi

Pane amore e. .. directed by Dino Risi

A little bit of heaven, directed by Giorgio Moser

 

1956

A mink coat, directed by Glauco Pellegrini

We're getting married in Capri, directed by Siro Marcellini

Arriva la zia d'america, directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero

Gaurav, directed by Giorgio Simonelli

 

1957

 

La nonna Sabella, directed by Dino Risi

Lazzarella, directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia

Il conte Max, directed by Giorgio Bianchi

It was Friday, 17, directed by Mario Soldati

Are no longer guaglione, directed by Domenico Paolella

 

1958

  La nipote Sabella, directed by Dino Risi

La zia d'america va a sciare, directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero

  Naples sole mio!, directed by Giorgio Simonelli

  Io, mammeta e tu, directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia

  My grandma COP, directed by Steno

 

1959

  La duchessa di Santa Lucia, directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero

  Ghosts and Thieves, directed by Giorgio Simonelli

  La sceriffa, directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero

La pica sul Pacifico, directed by Roberto Bianchi Montero

  Non perdiamo la testa, directed by Mario Mattoli