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Birthday: 31.05.1921 year
Age: 84 years
Place of birth: Pola, Italy
Date of death: 22.04.2006 year
Place of death: Rome, Italy
Citizenship: Italy
Height: 165 cm
Biography
Fifteen-year-old Alida went to Rome, where he enrolled at the experimental Center of cinematography, a school for actors and Directors. She lived in the house of his uncle, Senator Ettore Tolomei. She made her film debut as a child in 1934, in the film ‘Three angular hats’ (Il cappello a tre punte), a period which critics aptly dubbed the era of ‘movie white phones’. When the frame appeared a white phone and it showed the wealth of the characters in contrast to the much more common models is black. Later this period will be replaced by Italian neorealism, and the first plan will detail the lives of ordinary people.
Alida Valli (Alida Valli) is an Italian actress who has appeared in over a hundred films, including ‘the Little old world’ (Piccolo mondo antico) by Mario Soldati; ‘the paradine Case’ (The Paradine Case) Alfred Hitchcock; ‘We live’ (We the Living) based on the novel by American writer of Russian origin Ayn Rand; ‘the Third man’ (The Third Man) Carol reed, who heads the list of ‘100 best British film’ at the British film Institute; ‘Creek’ (Il Grido) Michelangelo Antonioni; ‘Feeling’ (Senso), Luchino Visconti and ‘Suspiria’ (Suspiria) Dario Argento.
Alida Valli, sometimes referred to in the credits simply as Valli, was born on 31 may 1921 in Pola, located on the Italian Peninsula, Istria (today, this area was ceded to Croatia, the town is called Pula). Both her parents were of mixed origin. ALIDI grandfather on the paternal side was the Baron Luigi Altenburger, Austrian-Italian from Trento, a descendant of the counts D’arco, and my grandmother Eliza Tomasi had a cousin of the Roman Senator Ettore Tolomei. Ancestors on my mother’s side ALIDI, Sylvia, Oberecker, were Germans and Austrians. Great-grandfather Alida valley was a close friend of the Italian writer Gabriele d’annunzio, enthusiastically took fascism.
At the baptism of Alida Valli got the name and the title of Baroness Alida Maria Laura von Altenburger, Markensten-Frauenberg the Holy Roman Empire of the German region.
Fifteen-year-old Alida went to Rome, where he enrolled at the experimental Center of cinematography, a school for actors and Directors. She lived in the house of his uncle, Senator Ettore Tolomei. She made her film debut as a child in 1934, in the film ‘Three angular hats’ (Il cappello a tre punte), a period which critics aptly dubbed the era of ‘movie white phones’. When the frame appeared a white phone and it showed the wealth of the characters in contrast to the much more common models is black. Later this period will be replaced by Italian neorealism, and the first plan will detail the lives of ordinary people.
The first successful movie valley was the Comedy ‘a Thousand lire a month’ (Mille lire al mese) in 1939, the plot of which was the misadventures of an electronics technician in the pioneering era of television. Posters for the film were created by artist Anselmo Ballester, who painted the impressive posters of size 140×200, which first appeared face Alida valley, staring from the TV screen.
Valli starred in plenty of comedies before they could prove themselves as a fine dramatic actress, in the historical film ‘the Little old world’ (1941) Mario Soldati. The success of the ‘little World’ in Europe can be compared with the success of ‘Gone with the wind’ in the United States. Alida has become a movie star and won a prize at the Venice film festival as ‘Best actress’.
During the Second world valley played many main roles in films that became classics of Italian cinema. Among them was the 1942 film ‘nothing new Today’ (Stasera niente di nuovo), the song from which ‘Ma l’amore no’ has become the Italian hit the 40’s, and the diptych ‘We live’ and ‘good-bye, Kira’ (Noi Vivi – Addio Kira!) based on the novel by Ayn Rand. The government’s censorship Mussolini wanted to prohibit the films, but they still came out as the book on which they were placed, had a strong anti-Soviet. Films enjoyed great success, but after a few weeks was removed from the show, as the German and Italian administrations have seen in the diptych not only anticommunist, but anti-fascist message.
Hollywood producer David Selznick signed with Wally’s contract, hoping that Alida will be the second American film by Ingrid Bergman, however, due to the financial problems of Selznick’s Hollywood acting career has been reduced to several films, among which, however, were such masterpieces as ‘the paradine Case’ (1947) and ‘the Third man’ (1949). In the early 50’s she returned to Europe and played the main role in Italian and French films. In the 60s and 70s, Valli worked with eminent filmmakers of new European cinema – starred in the film of pier Paolo Pasolini’s ‘Oedipus Rex’ (Edipo re, Oedipus Rex ); in the film ‘the strategy of the spider’ (La strategia del ragno) and ‘the Twentieth century’ (Novecento) Bernardo Bertolucci; ‘Suspiria’ (Suspiri) and ‘Inferno’ (Inferno) Dario Argento. The last film 81-year-old Alida valley was the Thriller ‘Holy week’ with a Cute Sorvino.
In addition, in Italy, Alida Valli was a well-known theatrical actress.
In the early 50’s career Wally in the movie suffered as a result of the infamous scandal in Italian gilded youth, in which was involved the lover of the actress, jazz musician and the son of the Minister of foreign Affairs Piero Piccioni. He along with his friends Ugo Montagna, and of Maurizio D Assia, the son of Princess Mafalda of Savoy, was suspected of the murder of Wilma’s models, Montesi, whose body was found on the beach in April 1953. The charges were dropped, the murder remains unsolved, but the rumours about the orgies with drugs, confirmed the investigation, for a long time agitated the minds of readers of Italian Newspapers.
In 1944, Alida married Oscar de Mayo. The couple had two sons, Carlo and Larry. Eight years later, the couple divorced.
For recognition of her services to the arts Alida Valli received an honorary doctorate from the University of Rome, was a knight of the French Order of arts and letters and knight of the order ‘For merits before the Italian Republic’. In 1997, career valley was awarded the ‘Golden lion’ at the Venice film festival.
Valley died on 22 APR 2006 in Rome, at his home, at age 84, and was buried at the Roman cemetery of Verano Cemetery. The mayor of Rome Walter Veltroni said that Italian cinema has lost one of the most vivid and expressive their faces, and the former President of Italy Carlo Ciampi azelia said that the death of the actress was a great loss for Italian cinema, theatre and culture.

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