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Simonetta Stefanelli
Simonetta Stefanelli
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November 30, 1954
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Gorgeous Italian actress best remembered for playing Michael Corleone's (played by Al Pacino) naive first wife, Apollonia, who is killed by a car bomb in The Godfather (1972).
She posed for "Penthouse" magazine in 1973.
She lives in Rome. [August 2008]
Mother of Michelangelo, Brenno Placido and Violante Placido.
Personal Quotes
[on why she did not do more Hollywood films] They wanted nothing more than to expose my body. I refused so much work.
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[on working with Al Pacino] He would want to speak with me, I could tell. But sometimes it is not important to speak. When you have a good feeling, the eyes speak.
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The Mafia has the same fascination as the monarchy. But I am not mafioso. I could never do that. I like to speak too much. I am not discreet. I would die immediately.
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