Vittoria Puccini Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, Daughter, Net Worth, The Trial and Movies
Vittoria Puccini Bio, Wiki
Vittoria Puccini is an Italian film and television actress best known for her lead role in the 2003 costume drama television series Elisa di Rivombrosa. She is one of the most popular actresses in Italy because of her work in television and movie productions. Puccini’s newest production is the television film Anna Karenina, where she played the title role.
Her film credits include Muccino’s Kiss Me Again (2010) and also in 2010, she worked in Once Upon a Time the City of the Mad. In 2011, she was directed by Lucio Pellegrini in La vita facile. The following year Puccini was chosen by Ferzan Ozpetek, who directed her in the dramatic comedy Magnifica presence, in which she shared the set with Beppe Fiorello, Elio Germano, and Margherita Buy.
In 2020, she is staring on The Trial a new Netflix series where she plays the prosecutor Elena Guerra. The series follows the murder of a teen girl impacts a public prosecutor linked to the victim, a lawyer seeking a career-making case and a suspect who says she’s innocent.
Vittoria Puccini Age
Puccini was born on November 18, 1981, in Florence, Tuscany, Italy. She is 38 years old as of 2019.
Vittoria Puccini Height
Puccini stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches tall.
Vittoria Puccini Family
Puccini is the daughter of an elementary school teacher Laura Morozzi, and university professor, Giusto Puccini. She has a younger brother, Dario Puccini, who was born in 1983.
Vittoria Puccini Husband and Daughter
Puccini is not married. She was in relationships with Alessandro Preziosi from 2003 – 2011 and together they have a daughter, Elena Preziosi, who was born on 16 May 2006. Alessandro Preziosi is an Italian actor and Elisa di Rivombrosa co-star.
Vittoria Puccini Net Worth
Puccini’s net worth is currently under review. However, the information will be updated soon.
Vittoria Puccini Movies and Tv Shows
Vittoria Puccini Movies
- Tutto l’amore che c’è, directed by Sergio Rubini (2000)
- Paz!, directed by Renato De Maria (2002)
- Operazione Appia Antica, directed by Carlo Lizzani (2003)
- Ma quando arrivano le ragazze?, directed by Pupi Avati (2005)
- Colpo d’occhio, directed by Sergio Rubini (2008)
- Baciami ancora, directed by Gabriele Muccino (2010) (2011)
- La vita facile, directed by Lucio Pellegrini (2011)
- Acciaio, directed by Stefano Mordini (2012)
- Magnifica presenza, directed by Ferzan Özpetek (2012)
- Tutta colpa di Freud, directed by Paolo Genovese (2014)
- The Place, directed by Paolo Genovese (2017)
- 18 Regali, directed by Francesco Amato (2020)
Vittoria Puccini Tv Shows
- La crociera, directed by Enrico Oldoini – Miniserie TV – Rai Uno (2001)
- Sant’Antonio da Padova, directed by Umberto Marino – Miniserie TV – Rai Uno (2002)
- Elisa di Rivombrosa, directed by Cinzia TH Torrini – Serie TV – Canale 5 (2003)
- Imperium: Nerone, directed by Paul Marcus – Miniserie TV – Rai Uno (2004)
- Elisa di Rivombrosa 2, directed by Cinzia TH Torrini – Serie TV – Canale 5 (2005)
- Kronprinz Rudolfs letzte Liebe [de], directed by Robert Dornhelm – Film TV – Rai Uno (2006)
- Le ragazze di San Frediano, directed by Vittorio Sindoni – Miniserie TV – Rai Uno (2007)
- La baronessa di Carini, directed by Umberto Marino – Miniserie TV – Rai Uno (2007)
- Tutta la verità, directed by Cinzia TH Torrini – Miniserie TV – Rai Uno (2009)
- C’era una volta la città dei matti…, directed by Marco Turco – Miniserie TV – Rai Uno (2010)
- Violetta, directed by Antonio Frazzi – Miniserie TV – Rai Uno (2011)
- Altri tempi, directed by Marco Turco – Miniserie TV – Rai Uno (2013)
- Anna Karenina, directed by Christian Duguay – Miniserie TV – Rai Uno (2013)