Leonora Ruffo (13 January 1935 - 25 May 2007) was an Italian film actress.
13 January 1935
|Died||28 May 2007 (aged 72)|
Born in Rome as Bruna Bovi, the daughter of Angelo Bovi, basketball coach of Ginnastica Roma, Italian Championship pluri-winner. Ruffo failed to star the main roles in Cielo sulla palude by Augusto Genina and Tomorrow Is Another Day by Léonide Moguy for the opposition of her family, then she eventually debuted in 1951 in Gli amanti di Ravello by Francesco De Robertis.
She retired from acting in the late 1960s.
Ruffo also starred in a number of fotoromanzi, being usually credited as Bruna Falchi or with the stage name Ingrid Swenson. She was married with Italian producer Ermanno Curti, two sons Stefano and Gianluca, aunt of Claudia Mori.
- The Lovers of Ravello (1951)
- The Wonderful Adventures of Guerrin Meschino (1951)
- The Queen of Sheba (1952)
- I Vitelloni (1953)
- Mid-Century Loves (1954)
- The Black Devil (1957)
- The Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (1958, TV series)
- Il vedovo (1959)
- Goliath and the Dragon (1960)
- Hercules in the Haunted World (1961)
- Maciste contro il vampiro (1961)
- Star Pilot (1965)
- A Woman on Fire (1969)
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