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Sabrina Impacciatore

Actress - A casa tutti bene

Sabrina Impacciatore
Sabrina Impacciatore

Sabrina Impacciatore is an Italian actress of cinema, television and theater. She was the first woman to take the stage of the concert of the PRIMO MAGGIO as the only presenter of the event, chosen for her multifaceted and performative skills. She has worked for the most important directors alternating comic roles with dramatic ones for innate versatility, distinguishing herself for a particular charisma and a high technical preparation. Her most beloved characters are “Darla” (Macao), “Lara Croft” (Ciro) and the parody of the competitors of the first edition of Big Brother, in particular that one of Marina La Rosa inside the confessional.

She was the protagonist of several TV dramas such as “Doppio agguato” by Renato De Maria; “Donne Assassine” by Simone Paragnani; “Due mamme di troppo”, directed by Antonello Grimaldi. At the theater, after the great success of the public obtained in 2012, she resumed the tour of the show “È stato così”, a monologue taken from the homonymous text by Natalia Ginzburg directed by Valerio Binasco.

For the cinema we remember her interpretations in: “L’ultimo bacio” and “Baciami ancora” by Gabriele Muccino; “Concorrenza Sleale” and “Gente di Roma” by Ettore Scola; “The Passion” by Mel Gibson; “Manuale d’amore” by Giovanni Veronesi; “N (Io e Napoleone)” by Paolo Virzi. In 2012 she released her first film for French cinema “Pauline Detective” by Marc Fitoussi. In 2013 we remember her in the film “Amiche da morire”, the debut feature by Giorgia Farina with which she won the 2013 Super Ciak d’Oro. In 2014 we saw her starring in “Pane e Burlesque” by Manuela Tempesta, while in 2015 she was at the cinema with the comedy by Paolo Genovese “Sei mai stata sulla luna?”. 2016 sees her engaged in a theatrical tour with the show “Venere in pelliccia” directed by Valter Malosti; thanks to her wonderful interpretation, she won  the Flaiano Award.

In the same year she played in the short film “The Millionairs”, directed by Claudio Santamaria, which was presented at the 74th edition of the Venice Film Festival. By popular demand of the “Venere in pelliccia” she was on tour again at the end of 2017 with the show. In 2018 we saw her in the fiction of Canale 5 “Immaturi-la serie”, directed by Rolando Ravello and on the big screen among the protagonists of Gabriele Muccino’s latest film “A casa tutti bene”.

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