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LETTERS TO JULIET

LUISA RANIERI (Isabella) is well known to Italian audiences for her roles in movies and television, though "Letters to Juliet” will mark her debut to most American audiences.

She was born in Naples, Italy in 1973 and studied acting in Rome with Francesca De Sapio and Greta Seacat and in New York City with Susan Batson. Her career in cinema began with Michelangelo Antonioni in his last movie "Eros,” then Leonardo Pieraccioni's "Il principe e il pirata,” Luciano Odorisio's "I guardiani delle nuvole,” Andrea Manni's "Il Fuggiasco,” Vincenzo Salemme's "SMS – Sotto Mentite Spoglie,” Pupi Avati's "Gli amici del bar Margherita.” While she working on "Letters to Juliet” she filmed the upcoming movie "L'Amore Buio.” In 2008 she appeared in six episodes of the Italian television series "Amiche Mei.”

In the fall of 2009 she'll perform on stage in "L'Oro di Napoli” directed by Armando Pugliese, in the role formerly played by Sophia Loren.

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