Who Is Antonia Truppo Boyfriend?Know About Her Affairs And Dating History
The gorgeous Italian evolving actress Antonia Truppo has won a David di Donatello Award for the best supporting role in Indivisible. The 40-year-old Italian actress gained fame for her roles in The Double Hour; They Call Me Jeeg, and Indivisible.
The gorgeous Italian diva's personal life is still below the media radar despite her popularity. She has kept her personal life and relationships confined to her, let's dig about it on today's episode.
Antonia Truppo's Marital Status, Know Her Dating Life
The Indivisible actress marital status is single yet though she has already crossed 40. She is one of the actors who doesn't feel getting married is an important part of life rather she looks pretty happy and satisfied with her current relationship status.
Gorgeous Italian actress Antonia Truppo
The reason she chose single life to married might be her devotion and passion for her acting career. She is devoted to her profession which she has been pursuing for over a decade, and nothing is more important for her not even her personal life.
Though she hasn't experienced maternity in her real life, she has become a mother in few of her movies, and one of them is in Indivisible, the 2016 movie. She has a short role of a mother of two, Dasy and Viola which also won her an award for the best-supporting actress.
Actress Antonia Truppo with the David di Donatello Award
Antonia's devotion in acting is paying her well in last few years. Her recent award is her second consecutive David di Donatello Award, which is the highly honored Italian awards.
Some Quick Facts on Antonia Truppo
- Antonia Truppo was born on 14th of February 1977 in Naples, Campania, Italy, and she grew up in Secondigliano.
- Antonia initially got recognition for her on-stage performances alongside Carlo Cecchi.
- Antonia debuted in the 2001 movie The Three-legged Fox. However, she had to wait another four years to get recognition as an actress.
- Antonia won the David di Donatello for the first time in April 2016, for her portrayal of the Camorra in Nunzia They Called Jeeg of Gabriele Mainetti.
- Antonia Grabbed her second consecutive David di Donatello in March 2017, for her spectacular performance as a co-star in Edoardo De Angelis' Indivisible.