Isabelle Adriani

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Isabelle Adriani
Isabelle Adriani - Faccio un salto all'Avana.jpg
Isabelle Adriani in 2011.
Born Federica Federici
(1972-06-22) 22 June 1972 (age 45)
Umbertide, Umbria, Italy
Occupation Actress, journalist, singer, writer
Years active 2008–present

Federica Federici, better known by her stage name Isabelle Adriani, is an Italian actress, producer, journalist, singer and author.

Life and career[edit]

Adriani was born in Umbertide, Umbria. She has appeared in more than 30 movies all over the world. She appeared in The Young Messiah,[1] directed by Cyrus Nowrasteh, with Sean Bean. She played Esmeralda in Reclaim directed by Alan White with John Cusack, the journalist in Come to the World with Penelope Cruz, and the hooker in The American with George Clooney. She also worked in two movies directed by Pupi Avati she was Marcella Vanarini first love of the lead Cesare Cremonini of 'The Big Heart of Girls' and 'Nicoletta' in Una sconfinata Giovinezza by Pupi Avati, she was Giuliana Cenerini in 'The First Beautiful Thing', directed by Paolo Virzì and amazing Spanish Mercedes in the film 'What a beautiful day' with Checco Zalone. Russian Svetlana in Boys versus Girls by Fausto Brizzi and Michelle, the French mistress of Nicolas Vaporidisin 'All the love in the world'. She is the romantic journalist Clara in Kissed by luck with Vincenzo Salemme , directed by Paolo Costella . She played the spy Eva in Faccio un salto all'Havana shot in Cuba, with Enrico Brignano.

She graduated with a thesis entitled: 'The DNA of Fairy Tale'. She has published eight books under the name Federica Federici : The Blue Butterfly fairy tales, Favole Vere, Princesses of Paper, Cinderella The Legend, The magic of Handicap, The Island of the Sun and the historical novels The Face of Rose and Garden power. As Isabelle Adriani She wrote the book 'Castaways in Time' ( ISBN 9788893327596) Isabelle was chosen by director Alan White to play Esmeralda in the film : ' Reclaim ' with John Cusack and Jacki Weaver. she also played Seleni in The Young Messiah, directed by Cyrus Nowrasteh with Sean Bean. Isabelle lives between Italy and Los Angeles.

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