|Born||12 May 1945|
Boma, Belgian Congo
|Other names||Claudia Gravi|
Claudia has lived in Madrid since 1965, when she made her debut in the cinema with Fernando Fernán Gómez's adaption of Miguel Mihura's work, Ninette y un señor de Murica. During the following decade she became a familiar face in Spanish cinema, with roles in dozens of films, including both strictly Spanish films and international co-productions, such as Sweetly You'll Die Through Love (La llamada del sexo, 1977) by Tulio Demicheli.
Since the 1980s her credits have become less frequent, but she continues to appear in supporting roles, including Vicente Aranda's Libertarias (1996) and Carlos Naranja Estrella's film, Dreams in the Middle of the World (1999).
In more recent years, she has supplemented her appearances on the big screen with recurring television roles and performances in the theater.
- Galán, Diego (6 May 2004). "'Libertarias', la memoria histórica de Vicente Aranda". El País. Retrieved 2017-04-12.
- Cockrell, Eddie (1999-10-25). "Dreams in the Middle of the World". Variety. Retrieved 2017-04-13.
- Montero Alsonso, Jose (1967-10-29). ""¿Quién soy yo?" en el Teatro Marquina". Diario ABC. Retrieved 2017-04-12.