Claudia Mori

Italian Actress + Singer + Tv Producer
Born Feb 12, 1944

Claudia Mori, is an Italian actress, singer, television producer, and wife of the singer Adriano Celentano.

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1944 Birth Born on February 12, 1944.


1963 19 Years Old In 1963 she met Adriano Celentano on the film set of Uno strano tipo ("A Strange Type").


Surprisingly, Celentano left his girlfriend Milena Cantù, and in 1964 he married Claudia, secretly in the night, at the church of San Francesco in Grosseto. … Read More
1967 23 Years Old She achieved a big success while singing with her husband, in 1967 with La coppia più bella del mondo ("The Most Beautiful Couple in the World") and in 1970, winning the Sanremo Music Festival, with "Chi non lavora non fa l'amore" ("Those who don't work don't make love").
1971 27 Years Old She returned to the film set many years later, in 1971, with her husband in Er più - Storia d'amore e coltello (The best-a story of romance and knife) with Vittorio Caprioli, Romolo Valli, Maurizio Arena and Ninetto Davoli directed by Sergio Corbucci.
1973 29 Years Old In 1973 she acted in the film version of Rugantino, with Adriano Celentano, and played Rosita Flores in L'emigrante ("The Emigrant"), directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile.


1974 - 1975 2 More Events
1978 34 Years Old In 1978, she was Marcella in her husband's film Geppo il folle ("The Crowds"), and in 1979 she took part in the movie Bloodline by Terence Young, with actors like Audrey Hepburn, Ben Gazzara, Irene Papas, Romy Schneider and Omar Sharif.
1980 36 Years Old In 1980, she played Mirandolina in the film La locandiera di Goldoni ("The Landlady of Goldoni"), directed by Paolo Cavara, with Paolo Villaggio and Milena Vukotic.
1982 38 Years Old In 1982, Claudia returned as a guest at the Sanremo Music Festival, singing the known song "Non succederà più" ("Will Not Happen Again"). … Read More


1985 41 Years Old In 1985, she acted in the film Joan Lui - Ma un giorno nel paese arrivo io di lunedì ("Joan - But One Day I Arrive in the Country on Monday") and participated at the Sanremo Music Festival with the song "Chiudi la porta" ("Close the Door").
1989 45 Years Old In 1989, she hosted the show Du du du with Pino Caruso; in 1991, she became the CEO of the label Clan Celentano, producing her husband's famous albums, as Mina Celentano (1998).


1994 50 Years Old In 1994, Claudia participated at the Sanremo Music Festival with the song "Se mi ami" ("If You Love Me"), written by Toto Cutugno.


2009 65 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2009, Claudia Mori released the Claudia Mori Collection, containing a CD with her greatest hits and a DVD with a Celentano family private movie.
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