Here are 2 famous actresses from Italy died in 1968:
Tina Pica (March 31, 1884 Naples-July 16, 1968 Naples) also known as Concetta Annunziata Pica or Annunziata Pica was an Italian actor.
She began her acting career in the early 1900s, working in the Neapolitan theater scene. In 1927, she made her film debut in the silent movie "Eva's Youth," which was directed by Mario Almirante. Pica became known for her comedic roles and was a fixture in Italian cinema during the 1940s and 1950s. She appeared in over 100 films during her career, working with notable directors such as Federico Fellini and Vittorio De Sica. Pica was also a writer and playwright, writing several comedic plays and screenplays throughout her career. In addition to her work in film and theater, she was also a popular radio personality and performed on various radio programs throughout the 1950s. Pica was known for her distinct Neapolitan accent and for her ability to play a variety of comedic roles, from lovable grandmothers to mischievous neighbors. She passed away in Naples in 1968 at the age of 84.
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Nelly Corradi (December 16, 1914 Parma-April 16, 1968 Milan) was an Italian actor and opera singer.
She began her career as a singer, performing in various Italian operas. However, during World War II, she shifted her focus to acting in films. Corradi appeared in over 40 films, often portraying strong and passionate women. Some of her notable roles include "Anna" in "Anna and Elizabeth" (1945), "Elena" in "Bitter Rice" (1949), and "Giulietta" in "The White Sheik" (1952). In addition to her film career, Corradi also worked in theater, performing in productions of Shakespeare's plays, as well as in contemporary plays. She continued to act until her death, with her final film, "The Girl Who Knew Too Much," released posthumously in 1969.
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