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Rocca, Stefania 1971–

Rocca, Stefania 1971–


Born April 24, 1971, in Turin, Italy. Education: Attended the Experimental Center of Cinematography and Actor's Studio.


Agent—William Morris Agency, Inc., One William Morris Pl., Beverly Hills, CA 90212.



Awards, Honors:

Silver Ribbon Award nomination, best actress, Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists, 2002, David di Donatello Award nomination, best actress, 2003, for Casomai; Silver Ribbon Award nomination, best supporting actress, Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists, 2004, for La vita come viene; David di Donatello Award nomination, best supporting actress, 2006, for La bestia nel cuore.


Film Appearances:

Valeria, Poliziotti (also known as Policemen), 1994.

Voci notturne (also known as Night Voices), 1995.

Palermo Milano solo andata, 1995.

I Virtuali, 1996.

Effetto placebo, 1996.

Chiara, Correre contro (also known as Pablo and Running Against), 1996.

Cronaca di un amore violato (also known as Diario de un amor violado, Diary of a Rapist, and Le journal de Luca), 1996.

La misura dell'amore, 1996.

"Effetto" and "La misura dell'amore," Corti stellari, 1997.

Naima, Nirvana, Miramax, 1997.

Grace Patterson, Inside/Out, 1997.

Marta, Vogilo una donnaaa!, Warner Bros., 1997.

L'amico di Wang (also known as Out of Hand), 1997.

Marta/Viola, [email protected], Medusa Distribuzione, 1998.

Francesca, Giochi d'equilibrio, International Movie Company, 1998.

Teresa, In principio erano le mutande (also known as In the Beginning There Was Underwear), Medusa Distribuzione, 1998.

Senso unico, 1999.

Silvana, The Talented Mr. Ripley (also known as The Mysterious Yearning Secretive Sad Lonely Troubled Confused Loving Musical Gifted Intelligent Beautiful Tender Sensitive Haunted Passionate Talented Mr. Ripley), Paramount, 1999.

The Protagonists, 1999.

Jacquenetta, Love's Labour's Lost, Miramax, 2000.

Rosa, Rose e Cornelia (also known as Rosa and Cornelia), Lantia Cinema e Audiovisivi, 2000.

Sophie, Hotel, Moonstone Entertainment, 2001.

Regina, Heaven, Miramax, 2002.

Stefania, Casomai (also known as If By Chance), 01 Distribuzione, 2002.

Giorgia, La vita come viene, Medusa Distribuzione, 2003.

Fernanda, Piazza delle cinque lune (also known as Five Moons Plaza and Piazza of the Five Moons), Istituto Luce, 2003.

Adele, Prima dammi un bacio (also known as Kiss Me First), United International Pictures, 2003.

Anna Mari, Il Cartaio (also known as The Card Player, The Card Dealer, and The Cardplayer), Anchor Bay Entertainment, 2004.

Carlotta, L'amore e eterno finche dura (also known as Love Is Eternal While It Lasts), Medusa Film, 2004.

Anne D'Autriche, D'Artagnan et les trois mousquetaires, Beta Film GmbH, 2005.

Brenda Sax, Mary, IFC Films, 2005.

Emilia, La bestia nel cuore (also known as Don't Tell, La bete dans le coeur, and The Best in the Heart), TFI International, 2005.

Herself, Odyssey in Rome (documentary), 2005.

Vera Mezza, La cura del gorilla, 2006.

Pia Roncaldi, Commediasexi, 01 Distribuzione, 2006.

Laura, Le Candidat (also known as The Candidate), Pyramide Distribution, 2007.

Debby, Go Go Tales, 2007.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Hannah, Solomon (also known as Die Bibel—Salomon and Salomone), PAX, 1997.

Mary of Bethany, Jesus (also known as La bibbia: Jesus and Die Bibel—Jesus), CBS, 1999.

Title role, Mafalda di Savoia, 2006.

Television Appearances; Movies:

La storia di Gigi 2, 1997.

Claudia, Amiche davvero!!, 1998.

Nathalie Guillaumet, Lourdes, 2001.

Katiuscia Maslova, Resurrezione (also known as Die Auferstehung and Resurrection), 2001.

Mina, Dracula (also known as Il bacio di Dracula and Dracula's Curse), 2002.

Margarethe v. Oven, Stauffenberg (also known as Operation Valkyrie), 2004.

Susan, Rien ne va pas, 2007.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Pia, "Il mappamondo" and student girl, "Malfunction," Nei secoli dei secoli, 1997.

Elena, Ombre (also known as Shadows and Dem Moerder verfallen—Eine Frau in Gefahr), 1999.

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