Mădălina Diana Ghenea

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Mădălina Diana Ghenea
Mădălina Diana Ghenea 2013 TIFF.jpg
Mădălina Diana Ghenea, 2013
Born 8 August 1988 (1988-08-08) (age 26)
Slatina, Romania
Residence Milan, Italy
Nationality Romanian
Education National College "Ion Minulescu"
Occupation Actress, Model
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Website madalinagheneaofficial.com

Mădălina Diana Ghenea (born 8 August 1988) is a Romanian actress and model currently living in Milan, Italy.[1]


She started her career in modeling when she was only 15 years old, and started presenting for the designer Gattinoni in Milan, Italy. She has participated in fashion shows in Romania, Italy, Germany, Japan, Austria, Spain, France and South Africa. She has appeared in several advertisements including Peroni, New Yorker and Quelle.[2]

After being selected for the international calendar along with two other models from MRA agency – Catrinel Menghia and Carmen Prodan, Madalina Ghenea appeared in a video for Eros Ramazzotti's album "The New Best" of Eros Ramazzotti – Il tempo tra di noi". Ghenea has attracted the Romanian media's attention with the release of "Il tempo tra di noi" video song, where she appeared as the girlfriend of the singer.[3]

In 2010, Ghenea appeared on the television programme “Ballando con le stelle”, her partner becoming Simone Di Pasquale. Since 2011, she has been the image of TRE-Italy mobile company, and has appeared in a commercial with Raoul Bova. Also in the same year she became the image of dance clothing DEHA and vintage racing cars Mille Miglia.

In 2011, she made her debut actress in the role of Irina, in the Italian film I Soliti idioti and in 2013 she appeared in Dom Hemingway alongside Jude Law.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Ghenea is fluent in Romanian, Italian and English.[4]

Charity work[edit]

She joined the organisation "Artists for Peace and Justice" for Haiti relief. In Romania she donated money for the renovation of the Maternity section of the main hospital in her hometown Slatina.[5][6]



  • The Mongrel – directed by Alessandro Gassman 2012
  • Dom Hemingway – directed by Richard Shepard 2013
  • Youth – directed by Paolo Sorrentino 2015