|Born||22 April 1977|
|Occupation||Actress, singer, television personality, radio personality|
Ambra Angiolini (born 22 April 1977 in Rome) is an Italian actress, TV host and singer.
She made her film debut in Ferzan Özpetek's Saturn in Opposition (2007) for which she won the David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actress as well as the Nastro d'Argento for Best Supporting Actress, the Ciak d'oro and the Globo d'oro. She continued working as an actress in films like Black and White (2008), The Immature (2011), Viva l'Italia (2013), Do You Remember Me? (2014) and The Choice (2015).
On 9 October 1997, she was 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.
Television beginnings and music career
In 1992, at the age of 15, she took part in the second edition of Non è la RAI. She left the show in 1995 to host Generazione X in Italia 1. She also hosted the shows Super, Non dimenticate lo spazzolino da denti and Cominciamo bene estate during the subsequent years, as well as Stasera niente MTC in MTV Italy.
Her first album T'appartengo was released in 1994 and it was an instant success. The following year she recorded a Spanish version, Te pertenezco, which was a moderated hit reaching #21 on the Hot Latin Songs chart of Billboard. In February 1997 she was invited to take part in the Viña del Mar International Song Festival in Chile, where she aspicy and controversial performance with it is iconic today in the festival's history.
Her follow-up album, Angiolini (Angelitos in the Spanish-speaking markets), was released in 1996. Her third album Ritmo vitale was released in 1997 in Italy and a Spanish version entitled Ritmos vitales followed in 1998. Her last album InCanto was released in 1999 only in Italy.
Angiolini 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.
Angiolini was born in Rome to Doriana and Alfredo. She lived in Brescia with the singer-songwriter Francesco Renga and they had two children, Jolanda (born in 2004) and Leonardo (born in 2006). The couple separated in 2015 and now she has a relationship with the former football player Massimiliano Allegri, coach of Juventus.
- T'appartengo / Te pertenezco (1994)
- Angiolini / Angelitos (1996)
- Ritmo vitale / Ritmos vitales (1997)
- InCanto (1999)
|Saturn in Opposition||2007||Roberta|
|The Fox and the Child||Narrator||Italian dub; voice role|
|Black and White||2008||Elena|
|Ce n'è per tutti||2009||Eva|
|The Immature||2011||Francesca Di Modugno|
|All at Sea||Giovanna|
|Notizie degli scavi||The Marquise|
|It May Be Love But It Doesn't Show||Gisella|
|Immaturi - Il viaggio||2012||Francesca|
|Viva l'Italia||Susanna Spagnolo|
|Ci vediamo a casa||Vilma|
|Mai Stati Uniti||2013||Angela|
|Stay Away from Me||Sara|
|Do You Remember Me?||Beatrice Benassi|
|Un Natale Stupefacente||Jenny|
|Al posto tuo||2016||Claudia|
|La verità, vi spiego, sull'amore||2017||Dora|
|Terapia di coppia per amanti||Viviana|
|Vengo anch'io||2018||Pharmacist||Cameo appearance|
|Incredibles 2||Evelyn Deavor||Italian dub; voice role|
|Klaus||Alva||Italian dub; voice role|
|Favola||1996||Teresa "Tracey"||Television film|
|Maria Maddalena||2000||Salomè||Television film|
|Una donna per amico||2001||Tea||Italian TV Series; 12 episodes|
|Gian Burrasca||2002||Luisa||Television film|
|The Simpsons||2008||Lurleen Lumpkin (voice)||American TV Series; episode: "Papa Don't Leech"|
|All Stars||2010||Anita||Italian TV Series; 20 episodes|
|La nuova squadra||Ludovica Belforte||Italian TV Series; 2 episodes|
|Eroi per caso||2011||Teresa||Italian TV Miniseries; 2 episodes|
|Il fulgore di Dony||2018||Dony's mother||Television film|
|Il silenzio dell'acqua||2019–present||Luisa Ferrari||Italian TV Series; 6 episodes|
- 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. Archived from the original on 2011-07-16. Retrieved 24 August 2010.
- "AmbrA". Spotify. Retrieved 24 August 2010.
- Ferrara, Federica Maria (21 March 2017). "10 chicche su Ambra Angiolini, nuovo giudice di Amici 2017". Donna Glamour (in Italian). Retrieved 21 March 2018.
- "Ambra Angiolini presents Massimiliano Allegri, mom and dad, will love for ever for both of us?". BitFeed.co. 31 January 2018. Retrieved 21 March 2018.