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22 April 1977 |
|Occupation||Pop singer, showgirl, actress|
Ambra Angiolini (born in Rome, 22 April 1977) is a former Italian TV host and singer in the 1990s, who nowadays mainly works as an actress. On 9 October 1997, she was notably in Dario Fo's car recording an interview with him when a car drew up alongside with an enormous placard in the window exclaiming "Dario, you've won the Nobel prize!", meaning Fo's initial reaction was captured on film.
Her first album T'appartengo was recorded in 1994. It included 10 songs. This album was also recorded in Spanish and contained a new song called "Nel cuore, nell'anima". The Spanish production was titled "Te pertenezco".
As often happens with Italian singers, the main song "'Te pertenezco' (T'appartengo)" was a success in Spain and other countries such as Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela and Chile. Due to this, Ambra Angiolini was invited to "Viña del Mar" song festival in 1996.
In that same year, she recorded Angiolini , which contained ten tracks including "Tu sei", "Ti stravoglio", "Buoni Amici" and "Aspettavo te" (released in 1997 as "We Can Break Away" by the Belgian pop duo Indiana in an English adaptation by Michael Leahy).
She continued recording until 1997, both in Italy and in Spain. Ritmo vitale was released in 1997. Her last musical production InCanto was released in 1999 but not in Spanish. It sold about 35,000 copies in Italy.
She also continued her television hosting career in programmess like Generazione X, Super, Non dimenticate lo spazzolino da denti, Cominciamo bene estate. In the 2000s, she became an MTV host for programmes like Stasera niente MTC.
Ambra Angiolini is now an actress; she won the Nastro d'Argento, the David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actress and the Ciak d'oro alla rivelazione dell'anno for her role in Saturno contro (2007) directed by Ferzan Özpetek.
- T'appartengo / Te pertenezco (1994)
- Angiolini / Angelitos (1996)
- Ritmo vitale / Ritmos vitales (1997)
- InCanto (1999)
- 2007: Saturn in Opposition, directed by Ferzan Özpetek
- 2007: The Fox and the Child, directed by Luc Jacquet
- 2008: Black and White, directed by Cristina Comencini
- 2009: Ce n'è per tutti, directed by Luciano Melchionna
- 2010: Insula, directed by Eric Alexander
- 2011: Immaturi, directed by Paolo Genovese
- 2011: Notizie dagli scavi, directed by Emidio Greco
- 2011: Tutti al mare, directed by Matteo Cerami
- 2011: It May Be Love But It Doesn't Show, directed by Ficarra e Picone
- 2012: Mai Stati Uniti, directed by Carlo Vanzina
- 2013: Viva l'Italia, Nominated—David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actress
- 2013: Stai lontana da me, directed by Alessio Maria Federici
- 2015: The Choice, directed by Michele Placido
- 1996: Favola, directed by Fabrizio De Angelis (TV movie)
- 2000: Maria Maddalena, directed by Raffaele Mertes (TV movie)
- 2001: Gianburrasca, directed by Maurizio Pagnussat (TV movie)
- 2010: All Stars, directed by Massimo Martelli (TV series)
- 2011: Eroi per caso, directed by Alberto Sironi (TV series)
- Bulli e pupe (Canale 5, 1992)
- Rock 'n' Roll (Italia 1, 1993)
- Non è la Rai (Canale 5, Italia 1, 1992 – 1995)
- Generazione X (Italia 1, 1995 – 1996)
- Dopofestival di Sanremo (Rai 1, 1996)
- Super (Canale 5, 1996)
- Non dimenticate lo spazzolino da denti (Italia 1, 1996)
- Sanremo Top (Rai 1, 1997)
- Carosello (Rai 2, 1997)
- Gratis (Rai 1, 1999)
- Speciale Pop (Rai 2, 2000)
- L'assemblea (Italia 1, 2001 – 2002)
- Speciale per voi, trent'anni dopo o poco più (Rai 2, 2003)
- Cornetto Free Music Festival (Italia 1, All Music, 2004–2006)
- Comnciamo bene estate (Rai 3, 2005)
- Chicas (Fox Life, 2005)
- Dammi il tempo (Rai 3, 2006)
- Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards (Nickelodeon, 2006)
- Crozza Italia (La7, 2007–2008)
- Stasera niente MTV (MTV Italia, 2008)
- Nastri d'argento 2009 (Rai 1, 2009)
- Gumbel, Andrew (10 October 1997). "Nobel Prize: Dario Fo, the showman, wins Nobel literature prize". The Independent. Retrieved 22 March 2013.
- Mitchell, Tony (1999), Dario Fo: People's Court Jester (Updated and Expanded), London: Methuen, p. 229, ISBN 0-413-73320-3.
- La Rosa, Serena (4 January 2010). "Francesco Renga and Ambra - "Being together is like watching each other live: each of us their own life, not necessarily the same"". Vogue - Stars. Vogue It. Retrieved 24 August 2010.
- "AmbrA". Spotify. Retrieved 24 August 2010.
- "La storia di Ambra ... da mito e leggende". Biography. Libero. Retrieved 24 August 2010.