Sophia Loren


Sophia Loren Brief Biography

Sophia Loren
Sofia Costanza Brigida Villani Scicolone, or Sophia Loren, Dama di Gran Croce OMRI (; ; ; born 20 September 1934) is an Italian film actress and singer. Encouraged to enroll in acting lessons after entering a beauty pageant, Loren began her film career in 1950 at age 15. She appeared in several bit parts and minor roles in the early part of the decade, until her five-picture contract with Paramount in 1956 launched her international career. Notable film appearances around this time include The Pride and the Passion, Houseboat, and It Started in Naples.

Her talents as an actress were not recognized until her performance as Cesira in Vittorio De Sica's Two Women; Loren's performance earned her the Academy Award for Best Actress in 1962 and made her the first artist to win an Oscar for a foreign-language performance. She holds the record for having earned six David di Donatello Awards for Best Actress: Two Women; Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow; Marriage Italian Style (for which she was nominated for a second Oscar); Sunflower; The Voyage; and A Special Day. After starting a family in the early 1970s, Loren chose to make only occasional film appearances. In later years, she has appeared in American films such as Grumpier Old Men and Nine.

Sophia Loren News

• The Almanac for January 28, the 28th day of 2018
• Oprah Winfrey to receive Cecil B. DeMille Award at Golden Globes
• The Almanac for Nov. 21, the 325th day of 2017
• Famous birthdays for Sept. 20: Phillip Phillips, Sophia Loren, Aaron Paul, George R.R. Martin, Jon Bernthal, Kristen Johnston, Crispin Glover, Gary Cole

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