Luciana Littizzetto - biography

Film actor

Luciana Littizzetto (born 29 October 1964 in Turin, Piedmont) is an Italian comedy actress and writer from Piedmont in NW Italy. She grew up in the San Donato district, where her family owned a milk and cheese shop. Luciana graduated in 1984 from Torino Conservatory with a piano playing degree. She later obtained a Bachelor's degree from the University of Turin, College of Letters and also attended an acting school in Moncalieri, a suburb of Turin. She became a school teacher, but kept her stand-up comedy and acting skills in check, by performing at local theaters in Torino and province. Television appearances on Maurizio Costanzo Show allowed her to eventually give up on the teaching career and focus on her entertainer talents. In 1993, she was part of the Cielito Lindo TV show cast, playing the sketch character Sabrina. As such she had her first catch phrase: "Minchia Sabbry!" Luciana Littizzetto is very famous in Italy for her irreverent gags, where she lampoons government ministers and church prelates alike. She created numerous famous characters and entertained the Italian public with her fertile and varied Television, Film, Theater and Literary work. In recent years, together  ( Wikipedia article )


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Date of birth
Place of birth


Institution From To
University of Turin


Year Performance Character
2005 Manuale d'amore

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