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Sveva Alviti

Sveva Alviti

Born in Rome, Sveva Alviti started her acting journey with top American coaches, including Susan Batson, alongside her modeling career in New York. She debuted on Broadway in 2009 and later participated in the 68th Venice International Film Festival. Sveva starred in films like "Nothing Can Stop Us Now," "Out of the Blue," and "Cam Girl."

Her breakthrough came in 2017 with the biopic "Dalida," earning her a César nomination. She featured in "The Bouncer" and "Love Addict" in 2018, and in 2019, she won the Kinéo Prize in Venice. In 2023, Sveva starred in "Entre les Vagues," presented at Cannes, and debuted as a director with "Les jours d’après." She appeared in Netflix's "AKA" and will feature in the upcoming series "Nudes" and an American project on MeToo. Sveva is set to direct her first documentary, "Walking Through the Fire."


July 14, 1984
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