Isabella Ragonese

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Isabella Ragonese at Giffoni Film Festival 2010

Isabella Ragonese (born 19 May 1981) is an Italian actress.

She studied acting at the Teatès School in Palermo, under director Michele Perriera. During her studies, she wrote, directed and starred in several adaptations of his plays. In 1998 she won the first prize at INDA (National Institute for Ancient Drama), with a short essay on the figure of Hecuba. She graduated in 2000 with a diploma in acting.

She starred in her first film Nuovomondo in 2006, directed by Emanuele Crialese.

She is engaged to Samuel Umberto Romano, lead singer of the group Subsonica.[1]


Year Title Format Role Notes
2006 Nuovomondo Film Rosa Napolitano
2008 Detesto l'elettronica stop Film Margherita Director Cosimo Messeri
Your Whole Life Ahead of You Film Martha Director Paolo Virzi. Nominated for best leading actress at the 2008 Silver Ribbon
Purple Sea Film Sara Director Donatella Majorca, based on the book Dave King by Giacomo Pilati
Mamùr Opera Part written for Isabella Ragonese
2009 Due vite per caso Film Sonia Director Alessandro Aronadio
Oggi sposi Film Chiara Malagò Director Luca Lucini
Ten Winters Film Camilla Director Valerio Mieli
2010 La nostra vita Film Elena Director Daniele Luchetti
2011 Inspector Montalbano Television Lt. Laura Belladonna Episode The Age of Doubt
The First Assignment Film Nena
Il giorno in più Film Michela
Dexter Television
2012 Orlando Play Orlando Director Emanuela Giordano. Based on the novel Orlando: A Biography by Virginia Woolf
2013 Taking Care of Baby Play Staged at the Teatro Eliseo, Rome
The Chair of Happiness Film Bruna
2014 Leopardi Film Paolina Leopardi
Another South Film Stefania
2015 Somewhere Amazing Film Lucia
Let's Talk Film Linda



  1. ^ Claudia Catalli (5 November 2015). "Isabella Ragonese: «Due case per amarsi»". Grazia. Retrieved 3 June 2016. 
  2. ^ Paola Nicita (20 June 2010). "Nastro d'argento alla Ragonese". La Repubblica. Retrieved 3 June 2016. 
  3. ^ Blaney, Martin (2011-12-08). "European Film Promotion unveils 2012 Shooting Stars longlist | News | Screen". Retrieved 2011-12-14. 

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