Tina Pica

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Tina Pica
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Tina Pica in the movie Oh! Sabella (1957)
Born(1884-03-31)31 March 1884
Died15 August 1968(1968-08-15) (aged 84)
Naples, Italy
Years active1916–1963

Tina Pica (31 March 1884 – 15 August 1968) was an Italian supporting actress who played character roles on stage. Her film debut came in 1935 with The Three-Cornered Hat . [1]


In the 1950s, she became a celebrity thanks to her role as Caramella in the successful film series Bread, Love and Dreams (1953), Bread, Love and Jealousy (1954), Scandal in Sorrento (1955), Bread, Love and Andalusia (1958) and the last one, Pane, amore e così sia (which was never filmed).

In 1955, she won the Nastro d'Argento for Best Supporting Actress. [2]

Partial filmography

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  1. "IL CAPPELLO A TRE PUNTE - Film (1934)". ComingSoon.it (in Italian). Retrieved 8 December 2022.
  2. "1955: Nastro d'argento a Tina Pica, regina del cinema -". Rai Teche (in Italian). 30 March 2017. Retrieved 8 December 2022.