Film acting debut in "A Matter of Time" (also featured Ingrid Bergman)
Launched Manifesto, a cosmetics line
Moved to NY at age 19
Starred as Anthony LaPaglia's wife in "The Architect"
Taught Italian at New School for Social Research
American film acting debut "White Nights"
Appeared in "The Impostors", directed by Stanley Tucci
Began modeling at age 28; first assignment was a <i>Vogue</i> cover
First leading film acting role, "Il Prato"
Joined the cast of "Alias" for several episodes to play Sydney's aunt
Offered strong performance as a somewhat timid Hassidic wife in "Left Luggage" (shot in 1997)
Portrayed a high priestess named Thar in the Sci Fi Channel's miniseries "Earthsea," based on the series of novels by Ursula K. Le Guin
Portrayed Josephine in the European miniseries "Napoleon"
Starred in critically hailed "Roger Dodger"
Worked as TV journalist for RAI-TV in Italy
Became first model to sign exclusive contract with Lancome cosmetics
Co-starred with Glenn Close, James Marsden and Jesse Bradford in "Heights" a drama following five New Yorkers over 24-hours
TV acting debut, "The Last Elephant"
TV appearances in Italy, "The Other Sunday" and "Pap'occhio"
Worked as translator for Italian News Bureau
Worked with costumers of father's films as teenager
Cast in director Doug McGrath's Truman Capote biopic "Infamous"
Named as vice president to the Lancaster Group; developed a line of cosmetics and fragrances