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Veronica Lario est une Actrice Italienne née le 19 juillet 1956 à Bologne (Italie)

Veronica Lario

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Nom de naissance Miriam Raffaella Bartolini
Nationalité Italie
Naissance 19 juillet 1956 (66 ans) à Bologne (Italie)

Veronica Lario (born on 19 July 1956 as Miriam Raffaella Bartolini) is a former Italian actress and the former wife of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi.


Born in Bologna, Lario was an actress in low-budget films. She also worked in theatrical plays with well-known actors; she retired from acting after meeting Silvio Berlusconi.

Married on 15 December 1990, Berlusconi and Lario have three children together: Barbara Berlusconi (1984), Eleonora (1986), and Luigi (1988). In the 80s, before the birth of the first-born daughter Barbara, Lario terminated an earlier pregnancy with an induced abortion, in order not to give birth to a child affected by significant morbidity.

As the wife of the Italian premier, Veronica Lario has chosen to maintain a low public profile. She has avoided most public events and meetings and she seldom accompanies her husband Silvio Berlusconi at official meetings. On the other hand, she has been known to have publicly expressed political opinions contrasting with those of her husband (for example, on bioethics or in backing for protesters demonstrating against the war in Iraq).

Lario's husband was never shy about mentioning her on public occasions, and he has alluded at least once to a supposed affair between her and opposition politician Massimo Cacciari.

On 31 January 2007, Lario said her dignity had been damaged by comments Berlusconi reportedly made during the VIP party after a TV awards ceremony broadcast by one of his channels.

"If I weren't married I would marry you immediately", the 70-year-old media mogul told showgirl and future parliamentarian Mara Carfagna, according to reports widely carried in the Italian press. He reportedly told another, "With you, I'd go anywhere".

Lario's letter appeared in La Repubblica, a nationally prominent newspaper. She declared:

I see these statements as damaging my dignity. To both my husband and the public man, I therefore demand a public apology, since I haven't received any privately. I have faced the inevitable contrasts and the more painful moments that a long conjugal relation entails with respect and discretion.
"Now I write to state my reaction," added Lario, saying her husband's comments were "unacceptable" and could not be reduced to mere jokes.

But after few hours, Silvio Berlusconi wrote back a public letter to his wife and apologized for what he had said three days before.

In April 2009 she once more published an open letter, criticising her husband for consorting with young ladies and defining his chosen candidates for the European Parliament as "shameless rubbish".

On 3 May 2009 it was reported that she is to file for divorce, which under Italian law can only be started after a couple has reached a separation agreement. On 10 May 2010 it was revealed that a separation settlement had been reached, with Berlusconi accepting alimony payments of €3,6 million per year, and allowing her to live in their luxury home near Milan.

In December 2012 Milan court established that Silvio Berlusconi will pay his ex-wife Veronica Lario €3 million a month (36 million a year).

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Ténèbres (1982)
, 1h41
Réalisé par Dario Argento
Origine Italie
Genres Thriller, Horreur, Policier
Thèmes Film sur un écrivain, Sexualité, Homosexualité, Tueur en série, LGBT, LGBT
Acteurs Anthony Franciosa, John Saxon, Daria Nicolodi, Mirella D'Angelo, John Steiner, Theresa Russell
Rôle l'ex femme de Peter Neal
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Peter Neal est un écrivain américain célèbre en Europe pour ses romans policiers. Accompagné de son agent littéraire Bullmer (Saxon) et de son assistante avec qui il entretient une liaison, il se rend en Italie à l'occasion de la sortie de son nouveau best-seller, Tenebrae, afin d'en faire la promotion. Il ignore qu'il est suivi dans son voyage par son ex-femme (Veronica Lario). Un peu avant l'arrivée de l'écrivain à Rome, une jeune femme (Ania Pieroni) est violemment assassinée à coup de rasoir par un tueur non identifié. Le meurtrier trouve l'inspiration de ses pulsions meurtrières dans les romans de l'écrivain, puisqu'il enfonce une page de Tenebrae dans la bouche de ses victimes. Peter Neal informe la police, qui place l'inspecteur Giermani (Giuliano Gemma) et sa partenaire l'inspecteur Altieri (Carola Stagnaro) chargée de l'affaire.