Simona Caparrini

Simona Caparrini is an Italian actress, born in Florence.wikipedia
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To Rome with Love (film)

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She is known for: To Rome with Love, directed by Woody Allen, where she plays Aunt Joan, the uptight member of Roman high society; Romeo and Juliet, directed by Carlo Carlei; and the Warner Bros. production The Man from U.N.C.L.E., directed by Guy Ritchie.

Il Postino: The Postman

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Caparrini had a cameo role in The Postman (1994), playing Elsa Morante; then she played Ursula in the feature film Banditi (1995).

Romeo & Juliet (2013 film)

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She is known for: To Rome with Love, directed by Woody Allen, where she plays Aunt Joan, the uptight member of Roman high society; Romeo and Juliet, directed by Carlo Carlei; and the Warner Bros. production The Man from U.N.C.L.E., directed by Guy Ritchie.

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (film)

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She is known for: To Rome with Love, directed by Woody Allen, where she plays Aunt Joan, the uptight member of Roman high society; Romeo and Juliet, directed by Carlo Carlei; and the Warner Bros. production The Man from U.N.C.L.E., directed by Guy Ritchie.
Simona Caparrini was also cast to play Contessa.

Io e mio figlio – Nuove storie per il commissario Vivaldi

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Among them are: Ein Haus in der Toscana (1993) for German TV; Compañeros (1998) for Spanish TV; Marie Fransson (2000) for French TV; Orgoglio (2004), for which she received critical praise, portraying Elvira Graziani; the TV movie Dottor Clown (2008); the dramatic tv series Il mostro di Firenze (2009), based on a true story The Monster of Florence, where she played Daniela Stefanacci; Io e mio figlio – Nuove storie per il commissario Vivaldi (2010), TV series directed by Luciano Odorisio, and Una Buona stagione (2012), directed by Gianni Lepre.

Il mostro di Firenze (miniseries)

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Among them are: Ein Haus in der Toscana (1993) for German TV; Compañeros (1998) for Spanish TV; Marie Fransson (2000) for French TV; Orgoglio (2004), for which she received critical praise, portraying Elvira Graziani; the TV movie Dottor Clown (2008); the dramatic tv series Il mostro di Firenze (2009), based on a true story The Monster of Florence, where she played Daniela Stefanacci; Io e mio figlio – Nuove storie per il commissario Vivaldi (2010), TV series directed by Luciano Odorisio, and Una Buona stagione (2012), directed by Gianni Lepre.

Florence

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Simona Caparrini is an Italian actress, born in Florence.

Woody Allen

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She is known for: To Rome with Love, directed by Woody Allen, where she plays Aunt Joan, the uptight member of Roman high society; Romeo and Juliet, directed by Carlo Carlei; and the Warner Bros. production The Man from U.N.C.L.E., directed by Guy Ritchie.

Carlo Carlei

She is known for: To Rome with Love, directed by Woody Allen, where she plays Aunt Joan, the uptight member of Roman high society; Romeo and Juliet, directed by Carlo Carlei; and the Warner Bros. production The Man from U.N.C.L.E., directed by Guy Ritchie.

Warner Bros.

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She is known for: To Rome with Love, directed by Woody Allen, where she plays Aunt Joan, the uptight member of Roman high society; Romeo and Juliet, directed by Carlo Carlei; and the Warner Bros. production The Man from U.N.C.L.E., directed by Guy Ritchie.

Guy Ritchie

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She is known for: To Rome with Love, directed by Woody Allen, where she plays Aunt Joan, the uptight member of Roman high society; Romeo and Juliet, directed by Carlo Carlei; and the Warner Bros. production The Man from U.N.C.L.E., directed by Guy Ritchie.

Tuscany

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Caparrini, originally from Tuscany, graduated at the Theatre of Genova's Drama Academy, completing a three-year program.

Genoa

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Caparrini, originally from Tuscany, graduated at the Theatre of Genova's Drama Academy, completing a three-year program.

Union Square Theatre

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After her degree, she moved to New York City to study acting at the Union Square Theatre with the American actor George DiCenzo.

George DiCenzo

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After her degree, she moved to New York City to study acting at the Union Square Theatre with the American actor George DiCenzo.

The Rubber Wall

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Caparrini's film debut was il muro di gomma, directed by Italian director, Marco Risi.

Marco Risi

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Caparrini's film debut was il muro di gomma, directed by Italian director, Marco Risi.

Alberto Sordi

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She was eventually chosen by Alberto Sordi, to play Wilma, opposite Sordi himself, in his film Nestore l'ultima corsa.

Cameo appearance

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Caparrini had a cameo role in The Postman (1994), playing Elsa Morante; then she played Ursula in the feature film Banditi (1995).

Elsa Morante

Caparrini had a cameo role in The Postman (1994), playing Elsa Morante; then she played Ursula in the feature film Banditi (1995).

Bits and Pieces (1996 film)

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She later starred in the feature film Il cielo è sempre più blu (1996) directed by Antonello Grimaldi.

Antonello Grimaldi

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She later starred in the feature film Il cielo è sempre più blu (1996) directed by Antonello Grimaldi.

Ein Haus in der Toscana

Among them are: Ein Haus in der Toscana (1993) for German TV; Compañeros (1998) for Spanish TV; Marie Fransson (2000) for French TV; Orgoglio (2004), for which she received critical praise, portraying Elvira Graziani; the TV movie Dottor Clown (2008); the dramatic tv series Il mostro di Firenze (2009), based on a true story The Monster of Florence, where she played Daniela Stefanacci; Io e mio figlio – Nuove storie per il commissario Vivaldi (2010), TV series directed by Luciano Odorisio, and Una Buona stagione (2012), directed by Gianni Lepre.

Television in Germany

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Among them are: Ein Haus in der Toscana (1993) for German TV; Compañeros (1998) for Spanish TV; Marie Fransson (2000) for French TV; Orgoglio (2004), for which she received critical praise, portraying Elvira Graziani; the TV movie Dottor Clown (2008); the dramatic tv series Il mostro di Firenze (2009), based on a true story The Monster of Florence, where she played Daniela Stefanacci; Io e mio figlio – Nuove storie per il commissario Vivaldi (2010), TV series directed by Luciano Odorisio, and Una Buona stagione (2012), directed by Gianni Lepre.