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   Chiara Muti
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Biography
Trained at the Paolo Grassi Drama School in Milan, she perfected her theatre studies at the school directed by Giorgio Strehler at the Piccolo Theatre in Milan, starting her career as an actress with young independent directors.
She later worked with important directors such as Franco Però, Gigi Dall’Aglio, Angelo Longoni, Maurizio Scaparro, and Marco Bernardi who directed her on Euripides’ "Medea", a role for which she won the prestigious "Eleonora Duse" Prize awarded by Italian critics.
In the 2004/2005 season she played Antigone in Brecht’s "Sophocles’ Antigone” directed by Federico Tiezzi.
With artistic coherence, after 1997 she alternated her work in films with theatrical performances.
Her performance in the "Caretaker" directed by Egidio Eronico won her the people’s jury award a the Pescara Festival. In 1999 she won the "Grolla d' oro" for the best film performance of the year for her role as Rosa in "Rosa and Cornelia" directed by Giorgio Treves.
She has also worked for Pupi Avati, Guido Chiesa and Ruggero Cappuccio.
For television she has acted in "I Racconti di Carofiglio" directed by Alberto Sironi; for the radio she hosted a four part programme on classical and opera music on Radio 3 entitled "Di tanti palpiti".
 
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.Daniele Del Giudice
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