A career in the world of cinema, theater and television: Valeria Solarino is a very talented Italian actress
Cinema, television, theater and much more: Valeria Solarino is an Italian actress with great interpretative skills. Born in 1978, she was born in Venezuela to Italian parents. His city is Turin where he completed his studies. After the university ones, the interpreter devoted herself to those for acting, entering the city Stable Theater.
Valeria Solarino began to tread the theater stage by staging with Sogno di una suburbia, Spring Awakening and Hamlet and over the years her career has also developed along this artistic line. But it is with cinema that she has made herself known to the general public. She made her debut thanks to Mimmo Calopestri who chose her for a small part in the 2003 film Happiness costs nothing. In the same year, thanks to the role of Bea in the film What will become of us, she met what would later become her partner: the director and screenwriter Giovanni Veronesi, the two still live a solid relationship today. In those years she also played Maja in Chemical Hunger by Paolo Vari and Antonio Bocola.
2005 is a golden year for the actress: thanks to the part of Linda in the film La Fever by Alessandro D’Alatri and played by Fabio Volo, her popularity increases. In 2008 a new turning point came in her career as an actress, in fact she was nominated for the David di Donatello as best leading actress in the film Signorina Effe by Wilma Labate, in which she plays Emma Matano, a FIAT employee close to graduation. She also received other awards for Viola di Mare, a film in which she plays Angela who falls in love with another woman in nineteenth-century Sicily.
Among the other well-known parts of Valeria Solarino, one cannot fail to mention the interpretation of Consuelo in Vallazansca – The angels of evil by Michele Placido. Over the course of his career he has also worked on other films for his partner such as Love Manual 2 – Subsequent Chapters, Parents & Children – Shake well before use, Love Manual 3 and A woman as a friend. Among the latest works on the big screen A casa tutti bene, directed by Gabriele Muccino and Moschettieri del re – Giovanni Veronesi's penultimate mission. He has also acted for television series, such as Maltese – Il novel del Commissario and Rocco Schiavone (in progress). At the moment it is ready to go on air, first on Ray Play and then on Rai 2, with L’alligatore by Daniele Vicari and Emanuele Scaringi, a series based on the novels of the writer Massimo Carlotto.