Back last night on the Zelig stage after a long absence from TV, Anna Maria Barbera has a known daughter: do you know who she is?
His success is inextricably linked to Zelig, where years ago with the character of ‘Disconsolate’ he made the audience laugh with laughter. For years away from TV, Anna Maria Barbera was greeted with great enthusiasm by fans last night on the stage of the famous comedy program.
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Just yesterday, November 18, one of the three episodes was broadcast to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the famous cabaret that launched many well-known faces. From the Teatro degli Arcimboldi in Milan, Claudio Bisio and Vanessa Incontrada they will keep the audience company again with the comedy team made up of the show’s historic faces and new faces.
The highly anticipated return of Anna Maria Barbera on the stage that gave her so much notoriety, the actress has returned to demonstrate her skills. A talent evidently also transmitted to his daughter Anna Charlotte. Let’s find out who the heir of the very nice comedian is and what he does.
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Curiosities about Anna Charlotte, daughter of Anna Maria Barbera
Born in 1987, Anna Charlotte Barbera followed in the artistic footsteps of her mother: she is in fact aactress. Trained at the Teatro Stabile di Torino, in 2018 she obtained the “Franco Angrisano” national theater prize as best actress and the “Gino Cervi” national prize. In 2020 he also won the Actors & Poetry competition in the actors and voice actors category.
Graduated in Communication for institutions and businesses, she was raised only by her mother. This was in fact left by her partner when she told him she was pregnant.
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As you can see from this photo, Charlotte is really the portrait of her mother, don’t you think?