Marina Pierro

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Marina Pierro
Born 1960 (age 53–54)
Italy
Occupation Actress
Years active 1976–1990
Website
http://www.marinapierro.com

Marina Pierro (born 1960) is an Italian actress who often worked with Walerian Borowczyk. One of her most notable roles was in the 1982 French horror La Morte Vivante, directed by Jean Rollin.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1976 Taxi Love, Servizio per Signora
1976 Sorbole... Che Romagnola! Waitress
1976 I Prosseneti
1976 L'Innocente
1978 Interno di un Convento Sister Veronica
1979 Les Héroïnes du Mal Margherita Luti
1981 Docteur Jekyll et les femmes Miss Fanny Osbourne other title - Dr. Jeckyll and His Wives
1982 La Morte Vivante Hélène other title - The Living Dead Girl
1983 Ars Amandi Claudia
1987 Cérémonie D'Amour Myriam other title - Love Rites
1990 La Scommseea short
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1987 Cinque Storie Inquietanti TV mini-series
1990 Série Rose Bianca TV series

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stine, Scott Allen. The Gorehound's guide to splatter films of the 1980s p.192 (2003) (ISBN 978-0786409242)("Also of interest in La Morte Vivante is the captivating beauty of actress Marina Pierro; no stranger to French genre films she also starred in Walerian Borowczyk's exemplary Dr. Jekyll et les femmes.")

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