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Sydne Rome
American-Italian actress

Sydne Rome

Sydne Rome
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Quick Facts

Intro American-Italian actress
Is Singer Actor Television actor Film actor
From United States of America Italy
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio Music
Gender female
Birth 17 March 1951, Akron, USA
Age 72 years
Star sign Pisces
Spouse: Emilio Lari
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Sydne Rome (born March 17, 1951) is an American-Italian film actress. Her first name is often misspelled Sydney or Sidney.


Born in Akron, Rome grew up in a wealthy, Jewish family in Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Her father was president of a plastics corporation in the Akron area. She started her career in 1969 in the British movie Some Girls Do. She then appeared in Italian films, often playing the young, seemingly innocent American abroad, and also in Spaghetti Westerns. Subsequently she made forays into German film and television. Since the late 90s she has acted in Italian TV films and series.

At the beginnings of the 1980s, Rome became an icon of the aerobics craze and published workout videos as well as the album "Aerobic Fitness Dancing", produced by Frank Farian and recorded in German, Spanish and Italian. As a singer, she recorded the single "Angelo prepotente" (1980) in Italian, English ("For You") and German ("Wozu"). She also recorded a cover version of Marty Balin's hit "Hearts".

In 1973, she married Emilio Lari; subsequently, she converted to Catholicism and married the gerontologist Roberto Bernabei. She has been living in Italy - ironically, in Rome - since the early 1970s.

Selected filmography

  • Some Girls Do (Ralph Thomas, 1969)
  • Sundance and the Kid (Duccio Tessari, 1969)
  • So Long Gulliver (1970)
  • Man Called Amen (Alfio Caltabiano, 1972)
  • What? (Roman Polanski, 1972)
  • Reigen [de] (Merry-Go-Round, Otto Schenk, 1973)
  • Creezy (Pierre Granier-Deferre, 1974)
  • The Gamecock (La Sculacciata, Pasquale Festa Campanile, 1974)
  • Order to Kill (Josè Gutiérrez Maesso, 1975)
  • That Lucky Touch (Christopher Miles, 1975)
  • Il faut vivre dangereusement [fr] (Claude Makovski [fr], 1975)
  • Wanted: Babysitter (René Clément, 1975)
  • Umarmungen [de] (Jochen Richter, 1975)
  • The Twist (Claude Chabrol, 1976)
  • Sex with a Smile (Sergio Martino, 1976)
  • Il mostro (Luigi Zampa, 1977)
  • Moi, fleur bleue (Éric Le Hung, 1977)
  • Formula 1 La febbre della velocità'' (Speed Fever, Mario Morra 1978)
  • Just a Gigolo (Schöner Gigolo, armer Gigolo, David Hemmings, 1979)
  • The Pumaman (L'Uomo puma, Alberto De Martino, 1980)
  • Looping (Walter Bockmayer/ Rolf Buehrmann, 1981)
  • Red Bells (Sergei Bondarchuk, 1982)
  • Red Bells II (Sergei Bondarchuk, 1983)
  • Romanza final (Gayarre) (José María Forqué, 1986)
  • In the Heat of the Night (ep. Who Was Geli Bendl?, 1994)
  • Padre Pio: Between Heaven and Earth (TV, 2000)
  • Lourdes [it] (TV, 2000)
  • Saint Rita (TV, Giorgio Capitani, 2004)
  • Callas e Onassis (TV, Giorgio Capitani, 2005)
  • The Hideout (2007)
  • Il figlio più piccolo (The Youngest Son, Pupi Avati, 2010)
  • Il cuore grande delle ragazze (Pupi Avati, 2011)
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