Alice Bellagamba

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Alice Bellagamba
Alice Bellagamba
Alice Bellagamba on Red Carpet the 70ª edition the Venice Film Festival (2013)
Born (1987-11-01) 1 November 1987 (age 29)
Jesi, Marche, Italy
Nationality Italian
Occupation Actress and dancer

Alice Bellagamba (born 1 November 1987 in Jesi, Italy) is an Italian actress and dancer.


Bellagamba began skating at the age of six. She reached the third position in couple and first single at the Italian "Acli Italian artistic skating championships". At the age of nine she began modern dancing, with Carla Giacani and Romina Muzzi. Three years later she attended a stage in Florence in the school of the "Tuscany Ballet" and the "Opus Ballet", during which she was noticed by Daniel Tinazzi. The following year, after a scholarship assigned to her by the same school under the direction of Cristina Bozzolini, Bellagamba moves to Florence where she attended the schools and studied dance. At the age of fifteen years she dropped out of school for a professional course of dance but she doesn't interrupt the studies and succeeded in graduating. In the meantime she deepens her dance studies with: Fabrizio Monteverde, Daniel Tinazzi, Eugenio Scigliano, Arianna Benedetti, Mauro Astolfi, Stefania Di Cosimo, Domenique Lesdema, Silvio Oddi, Steve La Chance and Mauro Bigonzetti. In 2002 she joined the company "Junior Balletto di Toscana" and, later, the Aterballetto, performing in theaters of China, New Zealand, Mexico, United States, South Korea and Europe.

5 October 2008: Alice becomes a students of the talent Amici di Maria De Filippi. At the end of the television program, she was the only dancer in the show, and she was classified fourth in the eighth edition of Amici di Maria De Filippi. Her debut was in the musical Io Ballo, under the direction of Chicco Sfondrini and Patrick Rossi Gastaldi, with choreography by Garrison Rochelle, and the other "boys and girls" of the TV show Amici di Maria De Filippi. After that, she was one of the show Amici Tour.

She was noticed by the director Rossella Izzo for the new fiction of Canale 5: Ritmo della vita. In 2009 she starred in the film Balla con noi, directed by Cinzia Bomoll. The film was released in cinema on 27 May 2011. On 5 June 2009, she becomes testimonial for the Foundation "G. SALESI ONLUS", making her own image " available... with the goal to express the joy and the strength of the life.. " for the research and the improvement of the quality hospital accommodation for the children and their families, and for the social support for women and children in conditions of uneasiness.

In 2010 she began studying acting with Francesca Viscardi Leonetti. In June 2010 she made her debut on stage with Non ci posso fare niente based on the 1782 epistolary novel of C. de Laclos Les Liaisons dangereuses. In the same year, she worked in Anna e i 5 – la nuova serie, directed by Franco Amurri. In October of the same year she began her new TV series on Channel 5 Non smettere di sognare by Roberto Burchielli. The series will be broadcast on TV since March 2011.

In 2012 Bellagamba joined the cast of the TV series Provaci ancora prof 4, in the role of Valentina Grassetti, with an international cast of actors and actress, also in 2012, she had a role of Salome in the television miniseries Maria di Nazaret and, after that in the cast of the drama Un passo dal cielo 2 with Terence Hill. In the same year she became the star of the sitcom Talent High School - Il sogno di Sofia, in which she plays the role of a dancer enrolled in an academy show.

In 2013, Bellagamba is the protagonist of the second season of the sitcom produced by LuxVide for DeAgostini: Talent High School 2 - Il sogno di Sofia. In June of the same year she was chosen by Leonardo Pieraccioni for his new holiday movie "A fantastic goings" where she plays Clelia. In October of the same year, Bellagamba presents the Grand Gala of the sixth edition of the International Short Film Festival: "Corti and Cigarettes". On 19 December 2013 he made his debut as a TV presenter with Marche Show! - The living room of Alice on by local broadcast Tv Center Marche.

On 30 August, at the 71ª edition the Venice Film Festival, she is rewarded as "Best Emerging Actress" in the first edition of the "International Award", dedicated to Anna Magnani.

In 2015, in the TV miniseries "Pietro Mennea - The arrow South" interprets Carlotta, first love Olympian athlete Pietro Mennea.

In the summer of 2015 he began collaborate, as master trainer, with Madonna's project "Hard Candy Fitness", giving lessons to Rome. In September of the same year he became professor of Modern/Contemporary, always Rome, at the "Kledi Dance" dance school owned by Kledi Kadiu.

Private life[edit]

On 18 October 2014, after a few months of engagement, wed producer Andrea Rizzoli, son of the actress Eleonora Giorgi and the publisher Angelo Rizzoli. On 3 February 2016, from pages of Vanity Fair, announced the separation from her husband.





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