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Anita Ekberg

Anita EkbergAKA Kerstin Anita Marianne Ekberg

Born: 29-Sep-1931
Birthplace: Malmo, Sweden
Died: 11-Jan-2015
Location of death: Rome, Italy
Cause of death: Illness

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: Sweden
Executive summary: Artists and Models

Buxom blonde bombshell from European movies of the 1950s and '60s, most notably Federico Fellini's La Dolce Vita.

Husband: Anthony Steel (actor, m. 22-May-1956, div. 14-May-1959)
Husband: Rik Van Nutter (actor, m. 9-Apr-1963, div. 1975)
Boyfriend: Jorge Guinle (d. 2004)
Boyfriend: Gianni Agnelli

    Endorsement of Foster Grant
    Endorsement of Liggett Group Chesterfield cigarettes
    Risk Factors: Smoking

    Bámbola (1996)
    Intervista (18-May-1987) · Herself
    Killer Nun (1978)
    The Clowns (10-Mar-1971) · Herself
    If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium (24-Apr-1969) · Nightclub Performer
    Woman Times Seven (27-Jun-1967)
    The Cobra (25-Mar-1967)
    The Glass Sphinx (1967)
    Way... Way Out (26-Oct-1966)
    The Alphabet Murders (26-Dec-1965) · Amanda Beatrice Cross
    4 for Texas (18-Dec-1963) · Elya Carlson
    Call Me Bwana (14-Jun-1963) · Luba
    Boccaccio '70 (22-Feb-1962)
    The Mongols (31-Aug-1961)
    La Dolce Vita (3-Feb-1960)
    Sign of the Gladiator (5-Mar-1959)
    The Man Inside (7-Sep-1958)
    Screaming Mimi (25-Jun-1958)
    Paris Holiday (5-Apr-1958) · Zara
    Valerie (1-Aug-1957)
    Pickup Alley (2-Apr-1957) · Gina Broger
    Hollywood or Bust (6-Dec-1956) · Anita
    Zarak (Dec-1956)
    Back from Eternity (7-Sep-1956) · Rena
    War and Peace (21-Aug-1956) · Helene
    Man in the Vault (1956)
    Artists and Models (7-Nov-1955)
    Blood Alley (1-Oct-1955) · Wek Long
    Abbott and Costello Go to Mars (3-Aug-1953)

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