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Rossellini, Isabella

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Born: 1952 AD
Currently alive, at 61 years of age.

Nationality: Italian
Categories: Actresses, Models

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1952 – She was born on the 18th day of July this year in Rome, Italy.

 

1965 – At age 13, she was diagnosed with scoliosis. In order to correct it, Isabella had to undergo an 18-month ordeal of painful stretching, body casts, surgery on her spine using pieces of one of her shinbones.

 

1971 – She went to New York where she worked as a translator and a RAI television reporter. She also appeared intermittently on Roberto Benigni's Italian comedy show, "The Other Sunday”.

 

1976 – She made her film debut with a brief appearance as a nun opposite her mother in the film “A Matter of Time”.

 

1979 – She married Martin Scorsese this year and divorced him in 1982. After her marriage to Scorsese, she married Jon Wiedemann in 1983.

 

1980 – She began her modeling career this year, when Bruce Weber photographed her for British Vogue and by Bill King for American Vogue.

 

1982 – She became the spokes model for the international cosmetics brand Lancôme.

 

1985 – She was cast in her first American film, White Nights.

 

1986 – This year, she ended up her relationship with her second husband. Rossellini received a 1987 Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead for her role in Blue Velvet.

 

1990 - She was involved in product development for Lancôme's fragrance.

 

1995 – She worked with the Coty Group and developed her own brand of cosmetics, Isabella Rossellini's Manifesto.

 

1996 - After 14 years with the company, she was removed as the face of Lancôme for being "too old", since she was in her 40s at the time.

 

1997 – She received two notable award nominations. She received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV for her role in Crime of the Century and an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series for her work on the television series Chicago Hope.

 

2003 – She had a recurring role on the television series, Alias. In that same year, she also appeared in the Canadian film The Saddest Music in the World directed by Guy Maddin.

 

2004 – She played as the High Priestess Thar in the Sci-fi Channel miniseries Legend of Earthsea. In addition, she acted in an Off-Broadway production of The Stendhal Syndrome.

 

2006 – She was on television for several documentaries. First, she narrated a two-hour television special on Italy for the Discovery Channel's Discovery Atlas series, in order to show a glimpse of present-day Italy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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