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  1. Sophia Loren - Wikipedia

    Sophia Loren's Recipes and Memories, Gt Pub Corp, ISBN 978-1577193678. Loren, Sophia (1972). In the Kitchen with Love , Doubleday, Library of Congress Catalog Card 79-183230.

    • Carlo Ponti

      Carlo Ponti Jr. (born 29 December 1968) is an Italian...

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      Two Women (Italian: La ciociara [la tʃoˈtʃaːra], rough...

  2. Sophia Loren (born 20 September 1934) is an Italian actress, one of the best known and most popular of Italian actresses. Life and career. Born Sofia Scicolone in Rome, Italy, out of wedlock. She grew up in Puzzuoli, near Naples, raised by her single mother in poverty.

    • Sofia Lazzaro, Sofia Scicolone
    • Sofia Villani Scicolone, September 20, 1934 (age 86), Rome, Italy
    • 1950-present
    • Italian
  3. Sophia Loren - Wikipedia

    Sophia Loren, Dama di Gran Croce OMRI (Inglis: /səˈfiːə ləˈɹɛn/, Italian: [soˈfiːa ˈlɔːren]; born Sofia Villani Scicolone on 20 September 1934) is an Italian actress. Loren is widely recognisit as the maist awairdit Italian actress.

    • Sofia Lazzaro, Sofia Scicolone
    • Italian
  4. Sophia Loren: Her Own Story - Wikipedia

    Sophia Loren: Her Own Story is a 1980 American made-for-television biographical film directed by Mel Stuart and starring Sophia Loren as herself. The film was written by Joanna Crawford based on the 1979 biographical book Sophia, Living and Loving: Her Own Story by A.E. Hotchner and originally aired on NBC on October 26, 1980.

  5. Jayne Mansfield–Sophia Loren photo - Wikipedia–Sophia...

    Sophia Loren (left) with Mansfield (right) at Romanoff's in Beverly Hills American actress and model Jayne Mansfield , known for her publicity stunts, attended a dinner at the exclusive Beverly Hills Romanoff's restaurant hosted by Paramount Pictures to officially welcome Italian actress Sophia Loren to Hollywood.

  6. Sophia Loren – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

    Ao contrário de outras estrelas do cinema, Sophia Loren casou-se apenas uma vez durante sua vida, com o diretor de cinema italiano Carlo Ponti, com quem viveu até ficar viúva, em 2007. Sophia Loren e Carlo Ponti se conheceram durante a gravação de um filme, em 1950, quando ela tinha 16 anos e ele 37.

  7. Sophia Loren - Biography - IMDb
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    • Acting career
    • Later years
    • Later career

    Sophia Loren was born as Sofia Scicolone at the Clinica Regina Margherita in Rome, Italy, on September 20, 1934. Her father, Riccardo Scicolone, was married to another woman and refused to marry her mother, Romilda Villani, despite the fact that she was the mother of his two children (Sophia and her younger sister Maria Scicolone). Growing up in the slums of Pozzuoli during the second World War without any support from her father, she experienced much sadness in her childhood. Her life took an unexpected turn for the best when, at age 14, she entered into a beauty contest where she placed as one of the finalists. It was there that Sophia caught the attention of film producer Carlo Ponti, some 22 years her senior, whom she eventually married in 1966 once he finally obtained a divorce from his first wife. Perhaps he was the only father figure she ever had. Under his guidance, Sophia was put under contract and appeared as an extra in ten films beginning in 1950, before working her way up to supporting roles. In these early films, she was credited as \\"Sofia Lazzaro\\" because people joked her beauty could raise Lazzarus from the dead.

    By her late teens, Sophia was playing lead roles in many Italian features such as La favorita (1952) and Aida (1953). In 1957, she embarked on a successful acting career in the United States, starring in Boy on a Dolphin (1957), Legend of the Lost (1957), and The Pride and the Passion (1957) that year. She had a short-lived but much-publicized fling with co-star Cary Grant, who was 31 years her senior. She was only 22 while he was 53, and she rejected a marriage proposal from him. They were paired together a second time in the family-friendly romantic comedy Houseboat (1958). While under contract to Paramount Pictures, Sophia starred in Desire Under the Elms (1958), The Key (1958), The Black Orchid (1958), It Started in Naples (1960), Heller in Pink Tights (1960), A Breath of Scandal (1960), and The Millionairess (1960) before returning to Italy to star in Two Women (1960). The film was a period piece about a woman living in war-torn Italy who is raped while trying to protect her young daughter. Originally cast as the more glamorous child, Sophia fought against type and was re-cast as the mother, evidencing a lack of vanity and proving herself as a genuine actress. This performance received international acclaim and was honored with an Academy Award for Best Actress.

    From the eighties onward, Sophia's appearances on the big screen came few and far between. She preferred to spend the majority of her time raising sons Carlo Jr. (b. 1969) and Eduardo (b. 1973). Her only acting credits during the decade were five television films, beginning with Sophia Loren: Her Own Story (1980), a biopic in which she portrayed herself and her mother. She ventured into other areas of business and became the first actress to launch her own fragrance and design of eye wear. In 1982 she voluntarily spent nineteen days in jail for tax evasion.

    In 1991 Sophia received an Honorary Academy Award for her body of work, and was declared \\"one of world cinema's greatest treasures.\\" Later that year, she experienced a great loss when her mother died of cancer. Her return to mainstream films in Ready to Wear (1994) (\\"Ready to Wear\\") was well-received, although the film as a whole was not. She followed this up with her biggest U.S. hit in years, the comedy Grumpier Old Men (1995) in which she played a sexy divorcée who seduces Walter Matthau. Over the next decade Sophia had plum roles in a few non-mainstream arthouse films like Soleil (1997), Between Strangers (2002) (directed by Edoardo), and Lives of the Saints (2004). Still beautiful at 72, she posed scantily-clad for the 2007 Pirelli Calendar. Sadly, that same year she mourned the loss of her spouse, Carlo Ponti, who died at age 94. In 2009, after far too much time away from film, she appeared in the musical Nine (2009) opposite Daniel Day-Lewis. These days Sophia is based in Switzerland but frequently travels to Los Angeles to spend time with her sons and their families (Eduardo is married to actress Sasha Alexander). Sophia Loren remains one of the most beloved and recognizable figures in the international film world.

  8. Sophia Loren – Wikipédia

    Sophia Loren édesanyja Romilda Villani, apja Riccardo Scicolone, aki elhagyta az állapotos Romildát, de aztán mégis nevére vette a gyereket, és egy időre visszatért hozzájuk. Sophia sovány, beteges kislány volt, társai állítólag „piszkafának” csúfolták.

    • Sophia Loren
    • Carlo Ponti (1957–2007)
  9. Sophia Loren Bio - Affair, Widow, Net Worth, Ethnicity ...

    Sep 27, 2020 · Sophia Loren is a married woman. Sophia met Carlo Ponti, Sr. when she was 15 years old, and he was 37. They married on April 9, 1966, and had two sons, Carlo Jr. (b. 1968) and Edoardo (b. 1973). Unfortunately, Carlo passed away on 10 Jan 2007. He died due to pulmonary complications.

  10. Sophia Loren – Wikipedia tiếng Việt

    Sophia Loren, tên khai sinh Sofia Costanza Brigida Villani Scicolone (sinh ngày 20 tháng 9 năm 1934) là một nữ diễn viên người Italia đã từng đoạt tượng vàng Oscar. Bà thường được biết đến như nữ diễn viên Italia nổi tiếng nhất thời bấy giờ và cũng là một biểu tượng sex lớn ...