Anna Maria Villani Scicolone

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Maria Villani Scicolone
Born Maria Villani (not legitimized by father until c. 1953)[1]
(1938-05-11) 11 May 1938 (age 80)
Pozzuoli, Italy
Nationality Italian
Other names Maria Scicolone, Anna Maria Scicolone, Anna Maria Mussolini
Occupation Writer
Spouse(s) Romano Mussolini (m. 1961–72; divorced)
Magid Tamiz (m. 1977–present)
Children 2, including Alessandra Mussolini
Relatives Sophia Loren (sister)
Carlo Ponti, Jr. (nephew)
Edoardo Ponti (nephew)

Maria Villani Scicolone (born Maria Villani;[1] 11 May 1938) is the former wife of Romano Mussolini (26 September 1927 – 3 February 2006), the youngest son of Benito Mussolini. The couple had two daughters. After her divorce from Romano, she married heart surgeon Magid Tamiz in 1977.[2]

She is the younger sister of actress Sophia Loren and the mother of Italian politician Alessandra Mussolini (born 30 December 1962). She played herself in the 2007 documentary Sophia: Ieri, oggi, domani and authored the 2010 autobiographical TV movie My House Is Full of Mirrors, in which she and Loren starred. She has wrongly been addressed as "Anna Maria", however her first name is simply Maria.

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  1. ^ a b Loren, Sophia. Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: My Life, Atria Books ©2014 by Simon & Schuster, Inc., pg. 58; ISBN 978-1-4767-9742-7
  2. ^ Profile Archived 2010-10-09 at the Wayback Machine., lorenarchives.com; accessed 19 September 2014.