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March 12, 2021

Gorgeous Portrait Photos of a Young and Beautiful Teresa Ann Savoy in the 1970s

Born 1955 in London, British actress Teresa Ann Savoy appeared in the Italian adult magazine Playmen (October 1973) at the age of 18. Her acting career began in the film Le farò da padre aka La bambina, playing an intellectually disabled girl named Clotilde in 1974.


In 1975, Savoy met Tinto Brass and they worked together in the successful film Salon Kitty (1976). In 1979, Brass directed her again as Drusilla in the controversial film Caligula.

Savoy made a return to cinema in 1981 with La disubbidienza by Aldo Lado, where she played Edith, an attractive Jewish governess. In the same year, she played alongside Ninetto Davoli in the film A zsarnok szíve, avagy Boccaccio Magyarországon (The Tyrant’s Heart).

In 2000, Savoy made her last film appearance in La fabbrica del vapore, the first Italian digital movie. She received the title of Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 1989.

Savoy died of cancer in 2017, aged 61, in Milan where she lived with her husband and two children.

Take a look at these gorgeous photos to see portrait of a young and beautiful Teresa Ann Savoy in the 1970s.







































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