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Margaret Mazzantini

Italian writer and actress

1961   -  

genre: poetry, theater
country of citizenship: Italy
language of expression: Italian
educated at: Accademia Nazionale d'Arte Drammatica Silvio D'Amico
occupation: actor, writer, screenwriter, playwright
award received: Strega Prize, Grinzane Cavour Prize, Rapallo Carige Prize
www.margaretmazzantini.com

Margaret Mazzantini (Italian pronunciation: [ˈmarɡaret mattsanˈtiːni]; born 27 October 1961) is an Italian-Irish writer and actress. She became a film, television and stage actor, but is best known as a writer. Mazzantini began her acting career in 1980 starring in the cult horror classic Antropophagus, she has also appeared in television and theatre. As a successful writer her novels include Non ti muovere (Don't Move) which was adapted into a film of the same name and is directed by her husband Sergio Castellitto and stars Penélope Cruz. Her career as a writer and actress has earned her several awards and nominations including Campiello Awards, a Golden Ticket Award, and a Goya Award.
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Works

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Don't move

2001 book by Margaret Mazzantini

author: Margaret Mazzantini

2001

Mare al mattino

book by Margaret Mazzantini

author: Margaret Mazzantini

2011

Nessuno si salva da solo

book by Margaret Mazzantini

author: Margaret Mazzantini

2011

Venuto al mondo

book by Margaret Mazzantini

author: Margaret Mazzantini

2008

Zorro. Un eremita sul marciapiede

book by Margaret Mazzantini

author: Margaret Mazzantini

2004

Écoute-moi

author: Margaret Mazzantini

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