January 19, 2018
The Actress Anna Campori has died at 100 years and 6 months in her home in Trastevere, Rome, where she was born during the first world war and grew up. She was surrounded by the affection of her big family, a daughter, five grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren. Her daughter Alessandra announced this to the ANSA: "Mamma has always been a woman full of much love and generous energy, Dad, he too was an actor who left 18 years ago, even my sister died 7 years ago," she said.
Campori, started working in films at a very young age, forming a long association with Totò, and many actors and directors, along with her husband Pietro De Vico, who died in 1999. She was great success as a actress on television of the ‘60s in a very innovative musical comedy that fascinated the boys but also the adults: "Giovanna, la nonna del Corsaro Nero " for a particularly long time," of which, today there is almost nothing left as the episodes went live", explains Alessandra. Anna had a long career in the theater and cinema and a long association with Totò. But she also worked with Rascel, Panelli Steno, Corbucci and Dino Risi. In 2013 she had a cameo in the film by Daniele Lucchetti Anni Felici. The funeral Rome, will be held on January 20 at 3 p.m., in San Francesco a Ripa.
Born: 9/22/1917, Trastevere, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Died: 1/19/2018, Trastevere, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Anna Campori’s western – actress:
Rick and John, Conquerors of the West – 1967 (Irene Jefferson)