Brigitta Boccoli

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Brigitta Boccoli
Born (1972-05-05) 5 May 1972 (age 45)
Rome, Italy
Occupation Actress
Years active 1988 — present

Brigitta Boccoli (born May 5, 1972) is an Italian film and television actress.[1]

Biography[edit]

Brigitta Boccoli was born in 1972 in Rome[2] where her family had moved from Milan shortly before her birth. Her sister, Benedicta Boccoli, is also an actress. Brigitta began her career in television with the show Pronto, chi gioca?, on which her sister Benedicta also worked. She works on television shows and occasionally as a fotonovela actress.

She is married to circus athlete Stefano Nones Orfei (born 1966, son of Moira Orfei), who works at Reality Circus.[3] They have a child named Manfredi.

Filmography[edit]

  • 1982: Manhattan Baby, director: Lucio Fulci
  • 1985: La ragazza dei lillà, director: Flavio Mogherini
  • 1987: Com'è dura l'avventura, director: Flavio Mogherini
  • 1991: Nostalgia di un piccolo grande amore, director: Antonio Bonifacio
  • 2003: Gli angeli di Borsellino, director: Rocco Cesareo
  • 2006: Olè, director: Carlo Vanzina

Television[edit]

  • 1987–1991: Domenica in
  • 2000–2001: Ricominciare
  • 2001: Una donna per amico, season 3
  • 2002: Cuori rubati
  • 2004: Don Matteo, season 4, 23RD episode
  • 2006: Reality Circus - with Barbara D'Urso - reality show - Canale 5

Theatre[edit]

  • 1993–1994: Scanzonatissimo, director: Dino Verde
  • 1998: Il gufo e la gattina, director: Furio Angiolella
  • 1999: L'ultimo Tarzan, director: Sergio Japino
  • 1999–2001: Il padre della sposa, director: Sergio Japino
  • 2001: Anfitrione, (Plautus), director: Michele Mirabella
  • 2002: La schiava, director: Claudio Insegno
  • 2002–2003: Uscirò dalla tua vita in taxi, director: Ennio Coltorti
  • 2003: Il Paradiso può attendere, director: Anna Lenzi
  • 2010: La mia miglior nemica, director: Cinzia Berni

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