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Giulietta Masina
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Actress
    (February 22, 1921-March 23, 1994)
    Born in San Giorgio di Piano, Italy
    Acted in ‘Without Pity’ (1948), ‘The White Sheik’ (1952), ‘La Strada’ (1954), ‘Nights of Cabiria’ (1957), ‘Juliet of the Spirits’ (1965) and ‘Ginger and Fred’ (1986)
    Won four Silver Ribbons (Italy's Oscar) in 1949, 1951, 1958 and 1986
    Won best actress at Cannes in 1957
    Wife of Federico Fellini
    In college, she started out studying literature but switched to drama.
    She got her start in film partially because of Fellini's connections.
    She specialized in portraying frail waifs.
    Her achievements as an actress are somewhat overshadowed by her husband’s fame.
    After the acclaimed ‘Juliet of the Spirits,’ she did not make another significant film for 20 years.
    She was equally skilled in comic and dramatic roles.
    She was a renowned leading lady despite not being conventionally beautiful.
    She had a miscarriage in 1944 and lost her month old son in 1945.
    Her naïve but optimistic characters lead to comparisons with Charlie Chaplin.
    She outlived her husband by only five months.

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