Laura Antonaz was an Italian actress who made her appearance from 1965 to 1991. Well!! Laura was considered as one of the top sex symbols of her generation. She began her career in various Italian advertisements and eventually entered the film industry in the year of 1965. She debuted through Le Sedicenni where her performance remained uncredited though.
She did her American debut in 1996 in Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs. Her breakthrough film Malizia came in 1973, which led her to win the Nastrod’Argento, the Italian award. Laura’s serious films include The Innocent, Passioned’Amore, and Wifemistress. Laura was last seen in the sequel Malizia in 1991.
Laura Antonelli was born on the 28th of November in the year 1941 in Italy. Laura along with her parents had moved to several places after the war and eventually settled in Naples. Her father used to work as a hospital administrator. During her childhood, Laura was very much interested in mathematics and was a proficient gymnast.
She completed her graduation in gymnastics and later became a gym teacher in a secondary school in Rome. There she met new people from the entertainment industry and that’s how she found her job in the modeling field. Starting in the advertisement industry, Laura made her appearances in numerous sex farces which include Till Marriage do us part.
Antonelli got married to a publisher named Enrico Piacentini but they separated after a while. Later from the year 1972 to 1980, Laura was in a serious relationship with a fellow actor named Jean-Paul Belmondo.
Later in 1991, Laura was convicted of possession of cocaine after a police raid and was house arrested. Later in 2006, the Ministry of Justice was ordered to pay Laura 108,000 euros after the Italian Court ruled in favor of her. In 2015, Laura Antonelli died from a heart attack at the age of 73.