Anna Maria Alberghetti
Actress, singer
Anna Maria Alberghetti
Anna Maria Alberghetti is an Italian-born operatic singer and actress. Born in Pesaro, Marche, she starred on Broadway and won a Tony Award in 1962 as Best Actress (Musical) for Carnival! (she tied with Diahann Carroll for the musical No Strings). Alberghetti was a child prodigy. Her father was an opera singer and concert master of the Rome Opera Company. Her mother was a pianist. At age 6, Anna Maria sang in a concert on the Isle of Rhodes with a 100-piece orchestra.
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2001
    Age 64
    Alberghetti has toured in many theatrical productions and continues with her popular one-woman cabaret act. She had roles in a pair of 2001 films, The Whole Shebang and Friends & Family.
    More Details Hide Details Her sister Carla also became a musical artist who appeared in many stage productions. She eventually became Anna Maria's replacement in her Tony-winning role on Broadway. Alberghetti appeared in television commercials for Good Seasons salad dressing during the 1970s.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1964
    Age 27
    She was married to television producer-director Claudio Guzman from 1964 to 1974.
    More Details Hide Details She was referenced in Ira Levin's book Rosemary's Baby and T. C. Boyle's short story "Sorry Fugu". She was referenced also in an episode of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, in which her name was the beginning of a knock-knock joke that Ted Baxter had yet to finish. The joke wound up ending this way: "Anna Maria Alberghetti WHO?" "Anna Maria Alberghetti in a taxi honey " (to the tune of "Darktown Strutters' Ball").
  • 1957
    Age 20
    She co-starred with Dean Martin in 1957's Ten Thousand Bedrooms and with Jerry Lewis in Cinderfella, not long after the Martin and Lewis comedy team parted ways.
    More Details Hide Details In 1959, the 22-year-old Alberghetti played the lead in "The Conchita Vasquez Story" of NBC's Wagon Train. She was cast as part of a gang of Comancheros who intend to attack the wagon train to steal rifles headed to the United States Army. Instead, she decides to leave the Comancheros and move west after she falls in love with scout Flint McCullough, played by Robert Horton. Tragically, as the episode ends, Conchita is killed by a bullet from her own people when they ambush the wagon train.
    She guest starred in 1957 on NBC's The Gisele MacKenzie Show.
    More Details Hide Details That same year, she performed in the premiere episode of The Pat Boone Chevy Showroom on ABC.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1936
    Born
    Born on May 15, 1936.
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