Gina Lollobrigida, who was best known for movies like The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Solomon and Sheba, and Bread, Love and Dreams, has died. She died when she was 95 years old.
Lapresse, an Italian news organisation, said that Gina Lollobrigida died in a clinic in Rome. Read on to find out why the famous movie star died.
What was the Cause of Gina Lollobrigida’s Death?
Gina Lollobrigida, an actress from Italy, died and went to heaven. She was one of the last stars from Hollywood’s Golden Age. The Beat the Devil star died in a Rome hospital when she was 95 years old.
Gina Lollobrigida was an Italian actress who worked in movies. As of right now, no one knows what caused her death. Gina’s son Andrea Milko, whom she had with her ex-husband Milko kofi, will live on after her.
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Gina had surgery in September to fix a broken thigh bone she got in a fall. After she got better, she ran for a Senate seat in Italy’s elections in September of last year. She did not win, though.
About Gina Lollobrigida
Luigia “Gina” Lollobrigida was Gina’s full name. She was an actress, photographer, and politician from Italy. She was born in Subiaco, Kingdom of Italy, on July 4, 1927. She was born to a man who made furniture and his wife.
Gina had three sisters when she was a kid. Giuliana was the name of her oldest sister. Maria and Fernanda were the names of her two younger sisters. She tried modelling when she was a teenager and even entered a few beauty contests.
Around the same time, Lollobrigida began to play small parts in Italian movies. In 1945, she was in Eduardo Scarpetta’s comedy Santarellina at the Teatro della Concordia of Monte Castello di Vibio, which was the smallest theatre all’italiana in the world.
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Gina has been in a lot of movies during her long and successful career, including This Wine of Love, The Love Calls, Beat the Devil, Bread, Love and Dreams, Fanfan la Tulipe, Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell, and Trapeze.
Tributes pour in for Gina Lollobrigida
Gina Lollobrigida was an Italian actress who died recently. Her death is being mourned all over the world. As soon as the sad news about Gina’s death spread, many well-known people started posting their condolences on different social media sites.
Giorgia Meloni, the prime minister of Italy, paid a moving tribute to Lollobrigida. She said that the movie star was a “great talent” who was “passionate, intense, and fascinating.” Meloni said in a statement that Gina was “one of the most important performers of her time and helped spread the Italian image around the world.”
Andrea Bocelli wrote on Twitter, “My dearest #GinaLollobrigida I think it’s a great honour to have met you so many times. Every time we got together, the mood was always happy, but I would still get nervous when I thought about the person in front of me and what you had done.
My dearest #GinaLollobrigida
I consider it a privilege to have crossed paths with you so many times.
Whenever we met, the atmosphere was always joyful but I would still shake with nerves every time thinking about the person in front of me and knowing what you had achieved. pic.twitter.com/cy5cRN9rc3
— Andrea Bocelli (@AndreaBocelli) January 16, 2023
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