Hollywood legend Sophia Loren will discuss her career at a special event in London in October.
An Intimate Evening with Sophia Loren will take ace at London’s Aldywch Theatrw in Sunday 28th October. It will be hosted by Jonathan Ross.
Sophia Loren began her film career in 1951 winning the Best Actress Academy Award in 1961 and an Academy Honorary Award in 1991. She starred in her first Hollywood film in 1957, The Pride and the Passion, co-starring Cary Grant and Frank Sinatra.
In 1960, Sophia Loren turned in the most acclaimed performance of her career in the film Two Women winning her the 1961 Academy Award for Best Lead Actress. She was the first actress ever to win the award for a non- English-language film.
Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Marriage, Italian Style Throughout the 1960s, Sophia Loren continued to star in films, cementing her status as one of the great international movie stars of her generation. Her most notable 1960s performances include (1963), which won the Oscar for Best Foreign Film, (1964), for which she earned another Oscar nomination for Best Actress, and (1967), co-starring Marlon Brando.
Tickets for the event go on sale Friday 13th July at 9am via the theatre’s website.