Daniela Giordano

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Daniela Giordano
Born (1946-11-07) 7 November 1946 (age 70)
Palermo, Italy
Occupation Film actress, photomodel
Years active 1967 - 1980

Daniela Giordano is a retired Italian actress who is foremost known for her appearances in the Italian exploitation cinema in the late 1960s and in the 1970s. She is not to be confused with the stage actress and director of the same name.[1]

Miss Italia[edit]

Daniela Giordano was the winner of local beauty pageants in her hometown Palermo and by the year 1966, as Miss Sicily, won the Miss Italia contest. She was in the second place at the Miss Europe contest in 1967.[2]

Film career[edit]

Daniela Giordano made her cinema debut in 1967 with the Franco Franchi & Ciccio Ingrassia film I barbieri di Sicilia by Marcello Ciorciolini. She had been active in a plethora of genres including commedia all'italiana, commedia sexy all'italiana, poliziottesco, and spaghetti western. Giordano retired from cinema by 1980, temporarily ending her career with Secrets d'adolescentes by Gérard Loubeau featuring French porn star Brigitte Lahaie. Giordano returned to acting in 2015 with roles in Luciano Imperoli's Help Me Have No Human Ways and Valentina Gebbia's Erba Celeste.

Selected filmography[edit]

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