Ania Pieroni (born February 28, 1957 in Rome) is an Italian actress from the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Ania Pieroni was born in 1957 in Rome to a middle-class family. Her paternal grandfather was the mayor of Pescara, while her maternal grandfather was a German architect. Her father was a Knight of Malta, a pilot who as a hobby traded American cars. She attended primary and secondary Catholic schools, and later graduated high school in Rome. On the advice of her father, who was in favor of a diplomatic career, Ania began attending a faculty of political sciences.
Ania started her film career by taking a small part in the 1978 Alberto Lattuada film Stay As You Are. Ania Pieroni famously starred as the Mother of Tears (Mater Lacrimarum) in the 1980 horror film Inferno by Dario Argento.Her last film was Fracchia contro Dracula, released in 1985.
From 1985 to 1991, she was the director of a local, but influential TV station – GBR.
n the 1980s, Ania lived in Milan… read more