Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
William Dudley to Gilbert Ernotte
Anita Ekberg Biography (1931-)
Born September 29, 1931, in Malmo, Sweden; came to the United States in 1951;married Anthony Steele, 1956 (divorced, 1959); married Rick Van Nutter, 1963(divorced, 1975).
- Birth Details
- September 29, 1931
- Malmo, Sweden
Credits; Film Appearances
- Venusian woman, Abbott and Costello Go to Mars, Universal, 1953.
- Handmaiden, The Golden Blade, Universal, 1953.
- Bridesmaid, The Mississippi Gambler, Universal, 1953.
- Dance hall girl (uncredited), Take Me to Town, Universal, 1953.
- Anita, Artists and Models, Paramount, 1955.
- Wei Long, Blood Alley, Warner Bros., 1955.
- I'll Cry Tomorrow, 1955.
- Rena, Back from Eternity, RKO, 1956.
- Herself, Hollywood or Bust, Paramount, 1956.
- Flo Randall, Man in the Vault, RKO, 1956.
- Helene, War and Peace, Paramount, 1956.
- Salma, Zarak, Columbia, 1956.
- Gina Broger, Pickup Alley (also known as Interpol and International Police), Columbia, 1957.
- Title role, Valerie, United Artists, 1957.
- Trudie Hall, The Man Inside, Columbia, 1958.
- Zara, Paris Holiday, United Artists, 1958.
- Virginia Wilson, Screaming Mimi, Columbia, 1958.
- Zenobia, Queen of Palmyra, Sign of the Gladiator (also known as Nel SegnoDi Roma, Sign of Rome, and Sheba and the Gladiator), American International,1959.
- Olga Dubovich, Behind Locked Doors, 1960.
- Sylvia, La Dolce Vita (also known as The Sweet Life), Astor/American International, 1961.
- Anita, "The Temptation of Dr. Antonio," Boccaccio '70, Gray, 1962.
- Luba, Call Me Bwana, United Artists, 1963.
- Elya Carlson, Four for Texas, Warner Bros., 1963.
- Who Wants to Sleep?, 1965.
- How I Learned to Love Women, 1966.
- Amanda Beatrice Cross, The Alphabet Murders (also known as TheABC Murders), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1966.
- Huluna, The Mongols (also known as I Mongoli), Colorama, 1966.
- Anna Soblova, Way ... Way Out, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1966.
- Aberchiaria, "The Unkindest Cut," White, Red, Yellow, Pink (also known asLove Factory), Seymour Borde, 1966.
- Claudie ("Snow"), Women Times Seven, 1967.
- Lou, The Cobra, American International, 1968.
- Paulette, The Glass Sphinx, American International, 1968.
- Title role, Malenka, the Vampire (also known as La Nipole del Vampiro, Fangs of the Living Dead, The Vampire's Niece, Bloody Girl, and The Niece of the Vampire), Europix, 1968.
- Nightclub performer, If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium, United Artists, 1969.
- Death Knocks Twice, 1969.
- Herself, I Clowns (also known as The Clowns and Les Clowns), Levitt-Pickman, 1970.
- Madame Colette, Murder in Paris (also known as The Paris Sex Murders), 1973.
- Valley of the Widows (also known as Das Tal der Witwen), 1974.
- Northeast to Seoul, 1974.
- Killer Nun (also known as Suor Omicidi), 1979.
- Daisy Chain, 1981.
- Cicciambomba, 1983.
- Dolce Pella Di Angela (also known as Angela's Sweet Skin and The Seduction of Angela), Cineglobo, 1987.
- Herself, Federico Fillini's Intervista (also known as Intervista and TheInterview), Aljosta/RAI-TV/Cinecitta/Ferlyn, 1987.
- Marika, Il Conte Max (also known as Count Max), 1991.
- Clarice, Ambrogio, 1992.
- Mama Greta, Bambola, Union Generale du Cinematographique Droites Audiovisual (UGC-DA), 1996.
- Also appeared in The Dam on the Yellow River (also known as Last Train toShanghai), Little Girls and High Finance, The Last Judgment, and L'Incastro.
Credits; Television Appearances; Pilots
- Dr. Else Biebling, S*H*E, CBS, 1980.
Credits; Television Appearances; Miniseries
- Ilsa Lund Laszlo, "Casablanca," Warner Brothers Presents, ABC, 1955-56.
Credits; Television Appearances; Movies
- Queen Na-Eela, Gold of the Amazon Women, NBC, 1979.
Credits; Television Appearances; Specials
- The Bob Hope Show, NBC, 1955.
- The Bob Hope Show, NBC, 1958.
- The Bob Hope Show, NBC, 1966.
Credits; Television Appearances; Episodic
- "The Hubby Killer," Private Secretary, CBS, 1953.
- Person to Person, CBS, 1956.
- Vanity Fair, January 1994, pp. 88-95.
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