Monday, December 1, 2014
Teresa Ann Savoy - 1955
Savoy was Eighteen years old once she appeared within the Italian adult magazine Playmen (October 1973), exploitation an alias of "Terry". "Terry", who fled from home at sixteen, was living in a hippie community in Sicily and shortly became an attention of the press.
In 1974, her acting career began once film producer Alberto Lattuada (who discovered Federico Fellini and Silvana Mangano) gave her her initial role within the film le farò da padre aka La bambina, taking part in a intellectually disabled lady named Clotilde.
Her next film was personal Vices, Public Virtues (Vizi privati, pubbliche virtù) (1975) directed by the Hungarian director Miklós Jancsó. The film told the story of the crown prince Rudolf, son of the Austrian-Hungarian Emperor franz joseph and his rebellion against his father. Teresa vie the baroness mary Vetsera, Rudolf's lover, however in Jancso's vision, she seems as a hermaphrodite.
In 1975 savoy met Tinto Brass and that they worked along within the in film Salon Kitty (1976). within the film she played a young BDM lady (League of German Maidens, a feminine Nazi youth organization) who becomes a spy that poses as a prostitute for the SS Nazi force.
In 1976, Brass was concerned within the film Caligula, created by Bob Guccione, the owner of penthouse magazine. Maria Schneider, who was to own played the role of Drusilla, Caligula's beloved sister and lover, walked out of the project once she set she did not wish to try and do the nude scenes. She was replaced within the role by savoy.
Savoy created a come back to cinema in 1981 with La disubbidienza by Aldo Lado, wherever she played Edith, a pretty jewish instructor. The film lined events underneath the reign of the Republic of Salò. within the same year, director Miklós Jancsó worked along with her once more within the film A zsarnok szíve, avagy boccaccio Magyarországon (The Tyrant's Heart) within which she played aboard Ninetto Davoli.
In the 80s, the career of savoy was chiefly stuffed with secondary roles as within the TV mini-series La Certosa di Parma (The charterhouse of Parma, 1982), directed by Mauro Bolognini, wherever she played the minor a part of princess Pallavicino. In 1984, she was a terrorist in search of a traitor partner for killing within the terribly low budget movie Il Ragazzo di Ebalus (The Boy from Ebalus) aboard Saverio marconi. notwithstanding, the foremost necessary secondary role that she played during this period was beyond any doubt that of Maria di Gallese, the primary wife of the notorious author and writer Gabriele D'Annunzio (played by Robert Powell), within the film D'Annunzio, directed by Sergio Nasca in 1987. in a 2007 interview for the Nocturno magazine, savoy said that she appreciated to try and do secondary roles over the lead ones. In 1986, she played another unforgettable part within the episode Addio Maschio Crudele from the TV series Quando Arriva il Giudice, directed by Giulio Questi.
Many people believed that Teresa Ann savoy has abandoned the acting career in 1986, once acting in La donna del Traghetto, however she acted in Rose (1989), a TV movie directed by Tomaso Sherman. the actual fact is that the life and career of this stunning and enigmatic actress has continuously been characterized by mysterious facts and speculations. several titles may exist along with her within the solid, that are not listed on the IMDB.
In 2000, she created her last appearance within the silver screen in La Fabbrica del Vapore, the primary Italian digital movie.
She received the title of Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 1989.
Savoy currently resides in Milano, and is married with 2 kids.