Adriana Asti

1931 - Today

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Adriana Asti (born 30 April 1931) is an Italian stage, film, and voice actress. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Adriana Asti has received more than 170,765 page views. Her biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia. Adriana Asti is the 1,748th most popular actor (up from 2,052nd in 2019), the 2,243rd most popular biography from Italy (up from 2,367th in 2019) and the 66th most popular Italian Actor.

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  • 170k

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  • 55.19

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 19

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 4.72

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.32

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)


Among actors, Adriana Asti ranks 1,748 out of 13,578Before her are Simone Simon, Heinz Rühmann, Robert Pattinson, Mie Hama, Charles Vanel, and Peter Alexander. After her are Andre Braugher, Folco Lulli, Carmen Argenziano, Neil Patrick Harris, James Finlayson, and Maria Bello.

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Among people born in 1931, Adriana Asti ranks 162Before her are Carmen Dell'Orefice, Shintaro Katsu, Freddy Quinn, Peter Collins, Mukaghali Makatayev, and Cristina Deutekom. After her are Heisuke Hironaka, Umberto Lenzi, Carl Brashear, Christian Metz, Aleksei Gubarev, and Neil Postman.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Adriana Asti ranks 2,243 out of 5,161Before her are Andrea Contarini (1300), Paolo Bonacelli (1937), Luigi Guido Grandi (1671), Fernando d'Ávalos (1489), Julian Cesarini (1398), and Francesco Canova da Milano (1497). After her are Umberto Lenzi (1931), Ferdinando Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua (1587), Folco Lulli (1912), Azzone Visconti (1302), Faustina Bordoni (1697), and Domenico Monegario (750).

Among ACTORS In Italy

Among actors born in Italy, Adriana Asti ranks 66Before her are Lina Cavalieri (1874), Gloria Guida (1955), Mariangela Melato (1941), Mario Brega (1923), Massimo Troisi (1953), and Paolo Bonacelli (1937). After her are Folco Lulli (1912), Silvana Pampanini (1925), Luciana Paluzzi (1937), Eleonora Rossi Drago (1925), Aleksandër Moisiu (1879), and Caterina Boratto (1915).

Television and Movie Roles

The Phantom of Liberty
La dame en noir, la soeur du premier préfet
This Surrealist film, with a title referencing the Communist Manifesto, strings together short incidents based on the life of director Luis Buñuel. Presented as chance encounters, these loosely related, intersecting situations, all without a consistent protagonist, reach from the 19th century to the 1970s. Touching briefly on subjects such as execution, pedophilia, incest, and sex, the film features an array of characters, including a sick father and incompetent police officers.
The Best of Youth
Adriana Carati
After a fateful encounter in the summer of 1966, the lives of two brothers from a middle-class Roman family take different directions, intersecting with some of the most significant events of postwar Italian history in the following decades.
Before the Revolution
The study of a youth on the edge of adulthood and his aunt, ten years older. Fabrizio is passionate, idealistic, influenced by Cesare, a teacher and Marxist, engaged to the lovely but bourgeois Clelia, and stung by the drowning of his mercurial friend Agostino, a possible suicide. Gina is herself a bundle of nervous energy, alternately sweet, seductive, poetic, distracted, and unhinged. They begin a love affair after Agostino's funeral, then Gina confuses Fabrizio by sleeping with a stranger. Their visits to Cesare and then to Puck, one of Gina's older friends, a landowner losing his land, dramatize contrasting images of Italy's future. Their own futures are bleak.