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Sophia Loren (born September 20, 1934) is an Italian motion picture and stage actress. She is the most popular Italian actress of her time. She appeared topless in Era lui... sì! sì!.

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1950 I Am the Capataz Secretary of the Dictator
Barbablu's Six Wives Girl kidnapped
Tototarzan A tarzanide
Il voto A commoner at the Piedigrotta festival
Hearts at Sea Extra Uncredited
1951 White Leprosy A girl in the boardinghouse
Owner of the Vapor Ballerinetta
Milan Billionaire Extra Uncredited
Magician for Force The bride
Quo Vadis Lygia's slave Uncredited
Era lui... sì! sì! (It Was Him!... Yes! Yes!) Odalisque credited as Sofia Lazzaro
Anna Night club assistant Uncredited
1952 And Arrived the Accordatore Amica di Giulietta
I Dream of Zorro Conchita As Sofia Scicolone
La Favorita Leonora
1953 The Country of the Campanelli Bonbon
Pilgrim of Love
We Find Ourselves in the Gallery Marisa
Two Nights with Cleopatra Cleopatra/Nisca
Girls Marked Danger Elvira
Good Folk's Sunday Ines
Aida Aida
Woman of the Red Sea Barbara Lama
1954 Neapolitan Carousel Sisina
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Poverty and Nobility Gemma
Template:Sortname Sofia Segment "Pizze a Credito"
Attila Honoria
Too Bad She's Bad Lina Stroppiani
1955 Template:Sortname Agnese Tirabassi
Template:Sortname Carmela
Template:Sortname Nives Mongolini
Scandal in Sorrento Donna Sofia
1956 Lucky to Be a Woman Antonietta Fallari
1957 Boy on a Dolphin Phaedra
Template:Sortname Juana
Legend of the Lost Dita
1958 Desire Under the Elms Anna Cabot
Template:Sortname Stella
Template:Sortname Rose Bianco Volpi Cup-Venice Film Festival
Houseboat Cinzia Zaccardi
1959 That Kind of Woman Kay
1960 Heller in Pink Tights Angela Rossini
It Started in Naples Lucia Curio Nominated — Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy
Template:Sortname Epifania Parerga
Template:Sortname Princess Olympia
Two Women Cesira Template:Unbulleted list
1961 Template:Sortname Ximena
Madame Sans-Gêne, a.k.a., "Madame" Catherine Hubscher, known as "Madame Sans-Gêne"
1962 Boccaccio '70 Zoe Segment "La Riffa"
The Prisoners of Altona with Maximillian Schell, Robert Wagner, and Frederic March Filmed in Tirrenia, Italy
Five Miles to Midnight Lisa Macklin
1963 Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow Adelina Sbaratti/Anna Molteni/Mara David di Donatello for Best Actress
Nominated — Nastro d'Argento for Best Actress
1964 Template:Sortname Lucilla
Marriage Italian-Style Filumena Marturano Template:Unbulleted list
1965 Operation Crossbow Nora
Lady L Lady Louise Lendale/Lady L
1966 Judith Judith
Arabesque Yasmin Azir
1967 Template:Sortname Natasha
More Than a Miracle Isabella Candeloro Nominated — Nastro d'Argento for Best Actress
1968 Ghosts - Italian Style Maria Lojacono
1970 Sunflower Giovanna Template:Unbulleted list
1971 Lady Liberty Maddalena Ciarrapico
Template:Sortname Valeria Billi
1972 Man of La Mancha Aldonza/Dulcinea
1973 The Sin Hermana Germana
1974 The Voyage Adriana de Mauro Template:Unbulleted list
Verdict Teresa Leoni
Brief Encounter Anna Jesson TV movie (Hallmark hall of fame)
1975 Sex Pot la pupa del gangster / Get Rita Pupa known by several titles 'Sex Pot', 'La Pupa del Gangster' & 'Get Rita'
1976 Template:Sortname Jennifer Rispoli Chamberlain
1977 Template:Sortname Antoinette Template:Unbulleted list
1978 Blood Feud Titina Paterno
Brass Target Mara/cameo role
Angela Angela Kincaid
1979 Firepower Adele Tasca
1980 Sophia Loren: Her Own Story Herself/Romilda Villani (her mother)
1984 Aurora Aurora Television film
1986 Courage Marianna Miraldo Television film
1988 The Fortunate Pilgrim Lucia Television miniseries
1989 Running Away Cesira TV miniseries (remake of Two Women)
1990 Saturday, Sunday and Monday Rosa Priore Premiered during the Chicago film festival
1994 Prêt-à-Porter Isabella de la Fontaine Template:Unbulleted list
1995 Grumpier Old Men Maria Sophia Coletta Ragetti
1997 Template:Interlanguage link multi Maman Levy
2001 Francesca e Nunziata Francesca Montorsi TV miniseries
2002 Between Strangers Olivia
2004 Too Much Romance... It's Time for Stuffed Peppers Maria
Lives of the Saints Teresa Innocente TV miniseries
2009 Nine Mamma Template:Unbulleted list
2010 My House Is Full of Mirrors Romilda Villani TV miniseries
2011 Cars 2 Mama Topolino Voice (in non-English speaking countries)
2013/14 La Voce Umana One-woman film role Short film; presented at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival




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