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Italian actress

Alessandra De Rossi is ...

Born 19 Jul 1984 in England
Age34 years, 7 months
Alessandra De Rossi
Alessandra De Rossi
Filipino-Italien actress Alessandra De Rossi at the Berlinale 2016.

About Alessandra De Rossi

Alessandra de Rossi is a Filipina actress and the younger sister of actress Assunta de Rossi. She won the FAMAS Awards Best Supporting Actress for her role in Azucena. She starred in Mga Munting Tinig (Small Voices) and Homecoming, in which she portrayed a Canadian-based domestic worker who visited her home in a rural town in the Philippines, bringing with her the deadly disease SARS which she spreads among the residents.De Rossi won the part of Valentina, the villainess of the comic turned fantaserye (fantasy TV series), Darna, which aired on GMA Network in 2005.She starred in the Singapore-based horror film The Maid as Rosa, a housemaid in Singapore. De Rossi moved back to ABS-CBN for I Love Betty La Fea and was later cast in the hit primetime drama Tayong Dalawa for the role of Greta Romano. She also appeared in Komiks Presents: Dragonna, Agua Bendita and Green Rose. She later returned to GMA Network and was cast in Sinner or Saint, Legacy, Magkano Ba ang Pag-ibig? and Wish I May.She gained popularity for her role in the 2017 romantic comedy film Kita Kita as Lea, a tour guide in Sapporo, Japan who became blind for four weeks. De Rossi returned to ABS-CBN for her special participation in the daytime drama Langit Lupa. She had a guest appearance in the long-running primetime drama FPJ's Ang Probinsyano (starring her former Tayong Dalawa co-star Coco Martin) where she played the role of Rowena, biological mother of Onyok (played by Simon Pineda.) In 2018, she also appeared in the romantic drama Since I Found You alongside Piolo Pascual, Arci Muñoz and her Kita Kita leading men Empoy (with the covered from Air Supply's album Now and Forever 2 selections "Even the Nights Are Better" and "Two Less Lonely People in the World" by OPM Artists).