Milly Vitale

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Milly Vitale
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Born Camilla Vitale
(1933-07-16)16 July 1933
Rome, Italy
Died 2 November 2006(2006-11-02) (aged 74)
Rome, Italy
Occupation Actress
Years active 1947-1972
Spouse(s) Vincent Hillyer (1960-1966)
Children Edoardo Vitale (b. 1961)
Vincent Vitale Jr. (b. 1964)[1]
Parent(s) Riccardo Vitale
Natasha Shidlowski

Camilla "Milly" Vitale (16 July 1933, Rome, Italy – 2 November 2006, Rome, Italy) was an Italian actress. She was the daughter of conductor Riccardo Vitale and choreographer Natasha Shidlowski.

She appeared in numerous post-war Italian films. She appeared in a few Hollywood movies but never achieved star status like her contemporaries Sophia Loren and Gina Lollobrigida. In her most notable U.S. role, she appeared with Bob Hope as "Madeleine Morundo Foy" in The Seven Little Foys (1956). War and Peace (1957).

Personal life[edit]

She married Vincent Hillyer, a United States citizen, in 1960; the marriage produced two sons, Edoardo and Vincent Jr. The couple divorced in the late 1960s. Vitale retired from acting in the 1970s, after a career of more than 47 films.

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