Olimpia Di Nardo Cause of Death: Full Details

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Olimpia Di Nardo was an Italian actress and singer of theatre, cinema and television. Olimpia Di Nardo was born on February 28, 1948.

She is well-known for playing the role of Angela, the grumpy and foul-mouthed wife of Inspector ” Nico Giraldi ” in the film series created by Mario Amendola and directed by Bruno Corbucci. Olimpia Di Nardo was also a theater actress, and for several years, she was the pillar behind “Il Puff ” with Lando Fiorini.

She was the host of the children’s television program Let’s Do Our Homework Together on the local Roman television SPQR. When Olimpia Di Nardo was alive, she featured in some films.

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Some of these films are Anti-Theft Squad, directed by Bruno Corbucci (1976), Crime at Porta Romana, directed by Bruno Corbucci (1980), Crime at the Chinese Restaurant, directed by Bruno Corbucci (1981), Crime on the Highway, directed by Bruno Corbucci (1982), When the sun heats up… let’s go to the beach, directed by Mino Guerrini (1982), Crime in Formula One, directed by Bruno Corbucci (1984), Crime at the Blue Gay, directed by Bruno Corbucci (1984), The mercenaries tell…, directed by Sergio Pastore (1985) and Rimini Rimini – One year later, directed by Bruno Corbucci (1988).

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Rugantino, directed by Gino Landi – TV film (1978), The Sound of Music – TV series (1981) and Marshal Rocca – TV series, 4 episodes (2001-2003) are also some television works she featured in.

Olimpia Di Nardo was also involved in theatre and took part in Rugantino , 1978 edition, by Pietro Garinei , Sandro Giovannini , Pasquale Festa Campanile , Massimo Franciosa and Luigi Magni , music by Armando Trovajoli , premiered at the Teatro Sistina on 18 December 1978. Some of her singles were 1976 – The night I gave/Er cane and 1983 – Amore giallorosso/Come se po’ explicare c’è l’amore (with Lando Fiorini ).

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Olimpia Di Nardo Cause of Death

Olimpia Di Nard died on May 29, 2003, at the age of 55. She died after a long illness at a clinic in Rome.

Her funeral was held on May 31, 2023, at the Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere. Her friends, family members and colleagues were present at the funeral.

Olimpia Di Nard was cremated and her ashes were buried next to his mother, in the municipal cemetery of Marcellina.

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