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     Asia Argento
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     Argento, Asia Aria Maria Vittoria Rossa
     September 20th, 1975
     Rome, Italy

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Asia Argento Biography

Asia Argento was born into a family of actors and movie-makers, and she is one of the most sought-after actresses of the moment. She made her debut when she was only nine years old in Sergio Citti's _"Sogni e bisogni" (1984) (mini)_ . In 1988, she had the leading role in Cristina Comencini's first film Zoo (1989) and was part of the cast of Chiesa, La (1989), directed by Michele Soavi. The following year, she played Nanni Moretti's daughter in Palombella rossa (1989) (also directed by Nanni Moretti).

It was with Amiche del cuore, Le (1992), written and directed by Michele Placido that Asia's career really took off and she was able to move on from playing very young girls to more mature, complex roles. The movie was well-received at the Cannes International Film Festival. In Trauma (1993), she worked for the first time with her father, famed Italian horror director Dario Argento, playing an anorexic girl in search of her parents' killer.

Asia's absorbed, intense style of acting was well-used in Giuseppe Piccioni's Condannato a nozze (1993). In 1993, she co-starred in Carlo Verdone's Perdiamoci di vista! (1994) in which she played Arianna, a physically disabled girl--an intricate, difficult role that won her the David di Donatello for best actress (1993-1994). She also had a featured role in the international cast of Reine Margot, La (1994), directed by Patrice Chéreau. In 1995, she worked with Michel Piccoli in Peter Del Monte's Compagna di viaggio (1996), which again won her a David di Donatello and a Grolla d'oro.

In 1994, Asia turned her hand to directing two short films: "Prospettive" (an episode of the film DeGenerazione (1994)) and "A ritroso." In 1996, she directed a documentary on her father and, in 1998, one on Abel Ferrara, "Abel/Asia," which won an award at the Rome Film Festival. In 1999, Asia made her feature-directing debut with a feature film titled Scarlet Diva (2000), for which she was the leading actress and author of the screenplay. Scarlet Diva (2000) was released in May 2000 in Italy and the rest of the world. The movie won an award at the Williamsburg Film Festival in Brooklyn, New York, USA. In 2001, after directing a number of music videos, she gave birth to her first daughter, Anna Lou. In 2002, she starred in Sirène rouge, La (2002) by Olivier Megaton with Jean-Marc Barr and the action thriller xXx (2002), directed by Rob Cohen, with Vin Diesel.

Asia Argento is also the author of a number of short stories published in many prestigious magazines such as "Dynamo," "L'Espresso," "Sette," and "Village," Her first novel, "I Love You, Kirk," was published in Italy by Frassinelli Editrice in October 1999 and in France by Florent Massot in 2001.

Asia Argento Casting Credits

Une vieille maitresse (2007)
Coin Locker Babies (2006)
Sisters (2006)
Transylvania (2006) .... Zingarina
Marie-Antoinette (2006/I) .... Madame du Barry
Land of the Dead (2005) .... Slack ... aka George A. Romero's Land of the Dead (USA: complete title) ... aka George Romero's Land of the Dead (USA: complete title)
Cindy: The Doll Is Mine (2005) .... Cindy Sherman/The model
Last Days (2005) .... Asia
Milady (2004) (TV) .... Sally La Chèvre
The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things (2004) .... Sarah ... aka Livre de Jérémie, Le (France)
The Keeper (2004) .... Gina
Live Freaky Die Freaky (2003) (voice) .... Habagail Folger
Starring (2003)
Ginostra (2002) .... The nun
xXx (2002) .... Yelena ... aka Triple X (USA: informal English title)
Sirène rouge, La (2002) .... Anita ... aka The Red Siren (USA: DVD title)
Morsures de l'aube, Les (2001) .... Violaine Charlier ... aka Love Bites (International: English title)
Assenzio, L' (2001)
Loredasia (2000)
"Misérables, Les" (2000) (mini) TV Series .... Éponine Thénardier ... aka Misérables - Gefangene des Schicksals, Les (Germany) ... aka Miserables, Los (Spain)
Scarlet Diva (2000) .... Anna Battista
Tua lingua sul mio cuore, La (1999)
Fantasma dell'opera, Il (1998) .... Christine Daaé ... aka Dario Argento's The Phantom of the Opera (UK: video title) ... aka Phantom of the Opera (USA: video box title) ... aka The Phantom of the Opera (USA) B. Monkey (1998) .... Beatrice ... aka B. Monkey - una donna da salvare (Italy)
New Rose Hotel (1998) .... Sandii
Viola bacia tutti (1998) .... Viola ... aka Viola Kisses Everybody (USA)
Sindrome di Stendhal, La (1996) .... Det. Anna Manni ... aka Stendhal's Syndrome ... aka The Stendhal Syndrome
Compagna di viaggio (1996) .... Cora ... aka Traveling Companion (USA)
Cielo è sempre più blu, Il (1995) .... Cousin ... aka Bits and Pieces
Reine Margot, La (1994) .... Charlotte of Sauve ... aka Bartholomäusnacht, Die (Germany) ... aka Queen Margot (USA) ... aka Regina Margot, La (Italy)
Perdiamoci di vista! (1994) .... Arianna ... aka Let's Not Keep in Touch
DeGenerazione (1994) .... Lorna
Trauma (1993) .... Aura Petrescu ... aka Dario Argento's Trauma (USA: complete title)
Condannato a nozze (1993) .... Olivia ... aka Condemned to Wed
Amiche del cuore, Le (1992) .... Simona ... aka Close Friends
Chiesa, La (1989) .... Lotte ... aka Cathedral of Demons ... aka Demon Cathedral ... aka Demons 3 ... aka In the Land of the Demons ... aka The Church
Palombella rossa (1989) .... Valentina ... aka Palombella rossa (France) ... aka Red Wood Pigeon (USA) Zoo (1989) .... Martina
Demoni 2 (1986) .... Ingrid Haller... aka Demoni 2: L'incubo ritorna ... aka Demons 2 (USA) ... aka Demons 2: The Nightmare Is Back (USA) ... aka Demons 2: The Nightmare Returns (USA: video title)
"Sogni e bisogni" (1985) (mini) TV Series
Lest We Forget: The Video Collection (2004) (V)
The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things (2004) ... aka Livre de Jérémie, Le (France)
Assenzio, L' (2001)
Loredasia (2000)
Scomparsa, La (2000)
Scarlet Diva (2000)
Tua lingua sul mio cuore, La (1999)
Abel/Asia (1998)
DeGenerazione (1994) (segment "Prospettive")
The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things (2004) (screenplay) ... aka Livre de Jérémie, Le (France)
Assenzio, L' (2001)
Loredasia (2000)
Scarlet Diva (2000)
Tua lingua sul mio cuore, La (1999)
DeGenerazione (1994)
Hostage (2005) (acting coach)
Non ho sonno (2001) (author: "The Animal Farm Rhyme") ... aka Sleepless (Europe: English title) (USA) ... aka I Can't Sleep (promotional title)
Loredasia (2000) (creative producer) (supervising producer)
Scomparsa, La (2000) (producer)
DeGenerazione (1994) (first assistant director)
Dream of the Dead (2005) (TV) .... Herself
Nice to Meet You, Please Don't Love Me! (2004) (TV)
xXx: A Filmmaker's Diary (2003) (V) .... Herself
Morsures de l'aube: Making of, Les (2001) (V) .... Herself
"125 milioni di caz..te" (2001) (mini) TV Series .... Herself/Host
Dario Argento: An Eye for Horror (2000) (TV) .... Herself (interviewee)
Abel/Asia (1998) .... Herself
Premio Donostia a Willem Dafoe (2005) (TV) (uncredited) .... Sandii
Two Masters' Eyes (2003) (V) .... Herself
"Cinema mil" playing "Herself" (archive footage) (episode # 1.8) 3 September 2005
"Grand journal de Canal+, Le" playing "Herself" 18 May 2005
"Tracks" playing "Herself" in episode: "Spécial Freaks" 12 May 2005
"20h10 pétantes" playing "Herself" 18 January 2005
"Grand journal de Canal+, Le" playing "Herself" 17 January 2005
"Tracks" playing "Herself" in episode: "Tarantino Special" 6 May 2004
"The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn" playing "Herself" 1 August 2002
"Player$" playing "Herself" in episode: "XXx" (episode # 1.8) 2002
"Tout le monde en parle" playing "Herself" 20 January 2001
"Turno di notte" in episode: "Giallo Natale" (episode # 1.13) December 1987