Daria Nicolodi

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Daria Nicolodi
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Born (1950-06-19) 19 June 1950 (age 64)
Florence, Italy
Occupation Actress
Producer
Screenwriter
Years active 1970–present
Partner(s) Mario Ceroli (1971–1974)
Dario Argento (1974–1985)
Children 2

Daria Nicolodi (born 19 June 1950) is an Italian actress and screenwriter.

Early life and career[edit]

Daria Nicolodi was born in Florence on 19 June 1950. Her father was a Florentine lawyer and her mother, Fulvia, was a scholar of ancient languages. Her maternal grandfather was composer Alfredo Casella.[1][2] She moved to Rome in the late sixties.

In 1970 she participated in the television variety show Babau in four episodes, written by Poli Paul and Ida Omboni and directed by Vito Molinari. Because of program content deemed outrageous at the time, the show was "archived" and only broadcast by RAI six years later. In the early seventies Nicolodi had some significant work in the cinema and theater under the guidance of Elio Petri. Also in the same year, Nicolodi participated in some TV productions, such as the serial story Nicotera, Without a Trace with Rossano Brazzi (1972), Portrait of a Veiled Woman with Nino Castelnuovo (1975), the drama Saturnino Farandola with Mariano Rigillo (1978), Rosaura at 10 (1981) and the film Shock (1977), Mario Bava's last work. Nicolodi participated as an actress and writer in all movies directed by director Dario Argento from 1975 to 1987: Deep Red (1975), Suspiria (1977), Inferno (1980), Tenebrae (1982), Phenomena (1985), and Opera (1987). After her relationship with Argento ended in 1985, Nicolodi participated in a few occasional thriller/horror films (Paganini Horror, The Picture of Joy), exploiting her aura of dark lady of the genre in some films (Macaroni, The End Is Known, Notes of Love), and in recent years, movies directed by her daughter Asia Argento. In 2007, Nicolodi made a come back to the cinema, working with her daughter Asia in the film The Mother of Tears, the thematic sequel to both Suspiria and Inferno.

Personal life[edit]

In the early seventies, she had a relationship with the sculptor Mario Ceroli; their daughter Anna was born in 1973 (she died in a 1994 car accident). Nicolodi had a professional and romantic relationship with director Dario Argento; they met in 1974 during casting for the film Deep Red, and their daughter Asia was born in 1975. They separated in 1985.

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