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Dora Romano

Dora Romano

Biography

Dora Romano was born near Naples (Italy) and she graduated in sociology (1979). In 1980 she received a degree from the Bottega Teatrale di Firenze, the Vittorio Gassman' Acting School. She works and performs in english, as well as in Italian. She trained in theatre plays by Jerzj Gro-towskj, Elizabeth Kemp, Dominic De Fazio, Ivana Chubbuck, in Italy and the United States. Her first professional experience was under the direction of Otomar Kreijcha in Eschilo's "The Sup-plicants", at the Syracuse Greek Theatre, and was later a part of Eduardo de Filippo's company for the next two years. Dora has been directed by different italian directors in classic comedies written by Goldoni, Mo-lière, Eurypides, Plauto, G. D'Annunzio, J. Anouilh. In 1991 she met Ermanno Olmi, who chose her for the role of Mrs Gibbs in "Our Town" by T.Wilder. Throughout her career she has also amazed audiences in various Shakespeare comedies, such as: "Macbeth", "King Lear", "The thaming of the shrew" (BBC Television). Other credits include Martha in W. Goethe's "Doctor Faust", directed by Glauco Mauri, and the role of Mrs Sarti in B.Brecht's "Galileo's life". Dora is also a passionate and capable singer, and has performed in the following musicals: "Cuore Ingrato", a musical monologue, "She loves me" (2000), "Gianburrasca" (2004), "Sister act" (2011, Mother Superior), "Titanic" (2012), "Il Marchese del grillo" (The Marquess of Cricket), "Mary Pop-pins".

  • Known For: Acting
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  • Place of Birth: Castellammare di Stabia, Campania, Italy
  • Also Known As: 도라 로마노
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