Gina Lollobrigida children: Meet the actress son, Milko Skofic Jr.

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Gina Lollobrigida was an Italian actress, photojournalist, and sculptor with Gina Lollobrigida became a global sex icon and movie star in the 1950s and 1960s.

“Times Gone By,” “Beauties of the Night,” “Beat the Devil,” “The World’s Most Beautiful Woman,” “Pleasant Nights,” and “Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell” are just a few of the movies she has worked on. Lollobrigida developed a career as a photographer after her film career waned.

Gina Lollobrigida career

On July 4, 1927, Gina Lollobrigida was born in Subiaco, Italy. She has three sisters—Giuliana, Maria, and Fernanda—and one brother. Lollobrigida worked as a model and took part in several beauty pageants when she was younger. In her early age, she soon started to make brief appearances in Italian movies; among them were “Lucia di Lammermoor,” “This Wine of Love,” “Black Eagle,” and “When Love Calls.”

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In Mario Costa’s version of the opera “Pagliacci” for the big screen, Lollobrigida played one of her first main parts in 1947. She had appearances in the British movie “A Man About the House” and the Italian movie “Flesh Will Surrender” that same year.

In the films “Mad About Opera,” “Alarm Bells,” “The Bride Can’t Wait,” “The White Line,” and “Miss Italy,” she went on to play the lead.

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By the 1970s, Lollobrigida’s acting career had significantly slowed. Her only major performances throughout the decade were in the West German comedy “King, Queen, Knave,” which also starred David Niven, and the spaghetti Western comedy “Bad Man’s River.” Lollobrigida only made an appearance in the documentary “Wandering Stars” in the 1980s, and in “One Hundred and One Nights” and “XXL” by Agnes Varda in the 1990s.

Lollobrigida started working as a photographer in the 1970s while her acting career was beginning to wane. Her well-known subjects were Audrey Hepburn, Paul Newman, Ella Fitzgerald, Henry Kissinger, and Salvador Dali. She also managed to secure an exclusive interview with Fidel Castro, the leader of Cuba.

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Speaking of charitable contributions, Lollobrigida made a $5 million donation to stem-cell therapy research in 2013 using proceeds from the sale of her jewelry collection at Sotheby’s.

Gina Lollobrigida husband

For nearly two decades, Gina Lollobrigida was wed to Slovenian doctor Milko Skofic. They were married between 1949 and 1971.

Gina Lollobrigida children: Meet the actress son, Milko Skofic Jr.

One son, known as Milko Skofic Jr., is the only child or surviving relative of Gina Lollobrigida.


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