Dead actress overtaking and horse fever

He died at the age of 77 Catherine Spock, Actress and TV presenter Roman died at the clinic where she was hospitalized. Spock suffered a brain hemorrhage in 2020 and had a second episode in Sabaudia in July where he was on vacation. Emergency hospitalization since that moment, a slow improvement has been recorded last month and the situation is getting worse and worse last month.

In the first reaction to the news of Catherine Spaak’s death, Culture Minister Dario Franceschini said.

I learn with the sadness of the death of Katherine Spock, a versatile, cultured and elegant artist who has found a home in our country that welcomes and loves her. I hold on to family and friends on this sad day.

Catherine Spock was born on April 3, 1945, in Boulogne-Billancourt, France to a Belgian family, the mother of actress Claudi Cleves, and her father Charles a screenwriter. Spock made his film debut in 1960 at the age of 14. Hole By Jack Baker, he will star the same year Sweet trick By Alberto Latuada who will see her in the role of a dishonest teenager, a character that the actress will repeat in other Italian films such as Crazy desireOn the set of which he meets convicted Spock actor Fabrizio Capucci, whom he will marry in 1963 and with whom he will act. 18 years old in the sun And Warm life. Spaak will re-offer the same characterization to the classic Overtaking In addition to Vittorio Gusman, In Boredom Taken from Moravia, which will give David de Donatello a gold plate in 1964, Permigiana Starring Nino Manfredi and Lando Buzzanca e Liar Directed by Luigi Comencini.

Since 1964, Katherine Spock has been a singer in Italy known as “People of My Age”, “Army of Surfing” and “We Are Young” and a recurring interpreter of Italian comedy (L’armata Brancaleone, Adulterio all’italiana, matriarch, husband of mine). And I kill him whenever I want, I don’t fight, I love). He stopped acting in Hollywood in 1967 and starred in a play with the actress The plot at the Grand Hotel With Rod Taylor and Carl Malden.

Some of Spock’s journalistic collaborations began in 1970 with Della Sera in Korea, Amika, Mary Claire, Il Matino, and TV Sorisi e Canzoni; Spoke married Johnny Dorelli in 1972, from whom he divorced in 1979. During this time, the actress appeared in 14 films, including the thriller Dario Argento. Cats with nine tails (1971), in the detective story with Thomas Millian and Ernest Borgine Hard skinned peopleIn the play, very young Eleanora supports Giorgi The story of a clustered nun (1973), directed by Antonio Margherita in the West About a criminal … Law! (1975) and Calte played Gigi Proetti’s Mandrake’s girlfriend. Horse fever (1976).

In 1980, Spock played a secretary Katrina and I. (1980) by Alberto Sordi and in the same year she was the wife of Paolo Villazio Anger. Arturo de Fanti, uncertain banker Directed by Luciano Salsa. In 1984, he played a journalist Clareta (1984) is a biographical film of Pasquale Squittery with Claudia Cardinel as Clareta Petachi. From 28 September 1985 to 1988, he dedicated himself to the small screen as the presenter of the first three editions Forum With Judge Santi Licheri in Buona Dominica. He starred in 1989 Secret scandalStarring in her latest film directed by Monica Vitti.

After a seven-year hiatus from the big screen, Katherine Spock returned to the set in 2000 with Luka and Paolo in comedy. TandemDirected by Adriano Wajskol in 2002 Joy – Jokes of joy Where Philip Leroy also starred. In 2004, he played a TV presenter in the play I can see in your eyes She played an intimate role with Stefania Sandrelli in 2007 Private people With Tommaso Ragno and in 2011 he starred in the musical comedy Carlo Virzi. The greatest. After playing Jema Aubrey for six episodes of the TV series A family doctorSpeak’s last two film roles: In 2014, he starred in the comedy Vanessa Incontrada and Gabriel Pignota. I marry you but not too much And his last appearance as a former magistrate in 2019 began to show the first signs of Alzheimer’s in the play. Holidays By Enrico Iannaccone.

Filmography

L’Hiver (1959) by Jack Gautier
Tank of 8 September, directed by Gianni Pucini (1960)
The Hole (Le True), directed by Jack Baker (1960)
Directed by Dolce Ingani, Alberto Latuada (1960)
The Well of the Three Truths (Le puits aux trois vérités), directed by Francois Villiers (1961)
The Sun is Eighteen by Camilo Mastrosink (1962)
The Wish of the Crazy, by Luciano Salsa (1962)
Il Sorpaso, by Dino Ricci (1962)
The Warm Life, by Florestano Vancini (1963)
By Le Monachin, Luciano Salsa (1963)
Monotony, by Damiano Damiani (1963)
La Permigiana, directed by Antonio Pitrengelli (1963)
Women, episode of L’Amoire’s Deficit, directed by Sergio Solima (1963)
3 Nights of Love, directed by Renato Castellani, Luigi Comencini and Franco Rossi (1964)
Joy and Love (La Ronde), by Roger Vadim (1964)
Weekend at the Juedcut, by Henry Vernuil (1964)
The man with the 5 balloons, the episode of Ogir directed by Marco Ferreri (1965), tomorrow, the day after tomorrow.
The Lair, by Luigi Commensini (1965)
Made in Italy, directed by Nanny Loy (1965)
The Husband Is Mine And I’ll Kill Him Whenever I Want, Pasquale Festa Campanile (1966)
Madamigella de Maupin, directed by Mauro Bolognini (1966)
I Don’t Make War, I Make Love, directed by Franco Rossi (1966)
Adulterio all’italiana, directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile (1966)
Marco Monicelli’s (1966) Brankelion Army
The Grand Hotel Conspiracy, by Richard Quinn (1967)
A rather complex girl, by Damiano Damiani (1968)
The night is made to … Theft, directed by Giorgio Capitani (1968)
The Matriarch, directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile (1968)
If It’s Tude Must Be Belgium (If It’s Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium), directed by Mel Stuart (1989)
Of course, very sure, indeed … possible, directed by Marcelo Fundato (1969)
With Key Love, With Key Love, directed by Pasquale Festa Campanile (1970)
The Nine-Tailed Cat, by Dario Argento (1971)
I have a slave by Giorgio Capitani (1972) and you don’t
A tough-skinned man by Franco Prosperi (1972)
Reasons for Divorce, directed by Marcelo Fundato (1972)
The Wheelchair (Un meurtre est un meurtre), directed by Etienne Périer (1972)
Directed by Dear Parents, Enrico Maria Salerno (1973)
The story of a clostered nun directed by Domenico Pavella (1973)
La Via de Beboini, directed by Luigi Magni (1974)
Los Pazaros de Baden-Baden, directed by Mario Camus (1975)
The Word of An Outlaw … It’s Law !, directed by Antonio Margaretti (1975)
Horse Fever, by Steno (1976)
Burned by burning passion, directed by Giorgio Capitani (1976)
To live better, have fun with us, Epis. The Gregorian Theorem, directed by Flavio Mogherini (1978)
Directed by me and Katherine, Alberto Sordi (1980)
Anger. Arturo de Fanti, Uncertain Banking, by Luciano Salsa (1980)
Episode of Armando Carnett, Sunday Seduser, directed by Dino Reese (1980)
A Woman’s Honey by Gianfranco Angelocci (1981)
Clareta, directed by Pasquale Squitier (1984)
The Secret Scandal, by Monica Vitti (1989)
Tandem, directed by Lucio Pellegrini (2000)
Joy – Jokes of Joy, directed by Adriano Vazzkol (2002)
Promise of Love, directed by Hugo Fabrizio Giordani (2004)
I can see in your eyes, directed by Valia Santela (2004)
On the right, by Roberto Leoni (2005)
The Private Man, by Emidio Greco (2007)
Alice, directed by Oreste Chrysostomy (2009)
Greatest, directed by Carlo Virgis (2012)
I married you by Gabriel Pignota (2014) but not too much
Holidays directed by Enrico Yanakon (2019)

Source: Corriere della Sera

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