Lucia Bosè

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Bosè in September 1950

Lucia Bosè (born Lucia Borloni; 28 January 1931) is an Italian actress. She was best known during the Italian neorealism in the 1940s and 1950s. She appeared in the movies Under the Olive Tree, Story of a Love Affair (both 1950), The Lady Without Camelias (1953), Death of a Cyclist (1955) and Harem Suare (1999). In 1947, she was Miss Italy.

Bosè was born in Milan. She was married to Spanish bullfighter Luis Dominguín from 1955 to 1967. They had three children, including Miguel (b. 1956, Panama City). She was the grandmother of Bimba Bosé (1975–2017).

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