Biografia Sophia Loren
Enrico Lo Verso calls himself "a Southerner in the mountains." Lo Verso was born in Palermo, Sicily, in 1964. From an early age he studied theater, before enrolling to the Experimental Center of Cinematography and the National Institute of Drama in Rome. Lo Verso began acting professionally on stage before making his film debut in 1988 in "Act of Contrition", followed by "Boys Nerve", "Nothing can stop us" and "Woman of honor". In 1991, American director Michael Lehmann cast him in "Hudson Hawk", alongside Bruce Willis. National popularity came in 1992 when he was chosen for the acclaimed "Stolen Children" by Gianni Amelio. Lo Verso worked again with Amelio in "Lamerica" (1994) and "Così ridevano" (1998). Lo Verso also appeared in "The Escort" by Ricky Tognazzi and "Farinelli – Item Queen" by Gerard Corbiau, "Hannibal" by Ridley Scott, "Physical education of girls" by John Irvin, "Salvatore - This Is Life" by Gian Paolo Cugno and "Milano-Palermo: The Return" by Claudio Fragasso, among many other films. In 2012, he starred in "The Nightshift belongs to the stars" alongside Nastassja Kinski. Sunflower and The Voyage. After starting a family in the early 70s, Loren spent less time on her acting career and chose to make only occasional film appearances. In later years she has appeared in American blockbusters such as Grumpier Old Men and Nine. As well as her Academy Award, Loren has also been awarded a Grammy Award, five special Golden Globes, a BAFTA Award, a Laurel Award as well as the Honorary Academy Award in 1991. In 1995 she received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievements, one of many such awards.
Filmografia Sophia Loren
Qui elencati solo i film per i quali è disponibile una scheda su MovieTele.it