Theater, film and television actress. Graduated from the National Academy of Dramatic Art in Rome, she joined Leo De Berardinis with whom she worked for five years on a Shakespearean repertoire alternating with other theatrical productions such as "La Katchen di Heilbronn" by Cesare Lievi and "Le signorine di Wiko" by Alvis Hermanis. Among the numerous works for the big screen, there are: Traces of love life by Peter Del Monte (1990), In the black continent (1993) by Marco Risi, I prefer the sound of the sea (2000) by Mimmo Calopreste, From zero to ten (2002) by Luciano Ligabue, Happiness costs nothing, by Mimmo Calopreste, Mundo civilizado, by Luca Guadagnino (2003), Apnea (2004), by Roberto Dordit, and The Protagonists (1998) and Melissa P. (2005), by Luca Guadagnino, The first beautiful thing (2009) by Paolo Virzì and Paz! By Renato De Maria. Among the works for the small screen he starred in the Rai Uno TV series General Medicine (2007-2009), I Fuoriclasse (20009-2011), Sirene (2016), The brilliant friend and The brilliant friend 2 (2017-2019) ), Rocco Schiavone (2018-2020) and Commissioner Ricciardi (2019-2020). In 2013 she was nominated for the David di Donatello and the Silver Ribbon for the best supporting actress for the film Viaggio solo. In 2018 she worked again for Guadagnino, appearing in the film Suspiria, a remake of Dario Argento's classic with which she won the Robert Altman Award at the Independent spirit Awards in 2019 for best cast (first Italian actress to take the award home). Producer of Luca Guadagnino's first video clip, The Undertow Man (2000). In 2020 he founded with Vittoria Puccini U.N.I.T.A., a trade association for actors. He is currently on the set of "Sabato, Domenica e Monday" directed by Edoardo De Angelis.
Béatrice Muthelet – alto, Clément Noel – oboe, Anne-Elsa Tremoulet – violin, Jerome Le Franc – cello