Alida Chelli biography

Alida Chelli

Actor, Musical Artist

1943 – 2012

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Who was Alida Chelli?

Alida Chelli was an Italian actress, singer, and TV-hostess. She was mainly known for her appearances in stage musicals.

Born in Carpi as Alida Rustichelli, Chelli was daughter of composer Carlo Rustichelli. She achieved her first success as singer, with the song "SinnĂ² me moro", which opens the 1959 film Un maledetto imbroglio.

Then, Chelli achieved a major fame on stage, starring in a number of successful musical comedies such as Rugantino, Cyrano, and Aggiungi un posto a tavola. She has also appeared in many films, mainly comedies, and TV-shows.

She was the wife of actor Walter Chiari, and from their union was born Simone Annicchiarico. After the end of the marriage the actress had a relationship with TV-presenter Pippo Baudo. She died in Rome at 69, after a long illness.

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Born
Oct 23, 1943
Carpi
Also known as
  • Alida Rustichelli
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Nationality
  • Italy
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Died
Dec 14, 2012
Rome

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on July 23, 2013

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