2 February 1936
|Died||29 January 2014 (aged 77)|
|Occupation||Actress, dancer, stripper|
Born in Beirut, Lebanon, she began her career in 1954 at the age of fourteen, before moving to France then Italy and becoming a belly dancer. She was married to Italian film director and producer and screenwriter Sergio Pastore.
She became a celebrity in Italy, following a famous striptease on 5 November 1958 during a private party at the Rugantino restaurant and nightclub on the Viale di Trastevere in Rome, which caused a national scandal and went on to provide the inspiration for the 'orgy' scene in Federico Fellini's film La dolce vita.
|1956||The Lebanese Mission||La danseuse|
|1956||A Touch of the Sun||Belly Dancer|
|1965||Sheriff Won't Shoot||Desiree|
|1966||A... For Assassin||Adriana Prescott|
|1966||Thompson - 1880||Fanny|
|1968||Giurò... e li uccise ad uno ad uno... Piluk il timido||Daisy Sugar Candy|
|1968||Due occhi per uccidere||Nadia|
|1968||Crisantemi per un branco di carogne|
|1977||I nuovi mostri||La principessa Altoprati||(segment "First Aid")|
|1979||Images in a Convent||Mother Superior|
|1983||The Story of Piera||La veggente / Midwife|
|1991||Strepitosamente... flop||Pon||(final film role)|
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