Edwige Fenech Biography
As the genre of Italian cinema took a turn towards horror flicks and thrillers, Edwige Fenech became the star of sex comedies such as Five Dolls for an August Moon, Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key, and The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh, most of which were directed by Sergio Martino. Not long after she too have engaged in the horror film trend, starring in many thriller movies directed by Dario Argento.
Edwige Fenech also became active on television; hence she appeared on an Italian chat show together with Barbara Bouchet. She then became busy doing movie production, and during these years she was able to produce The Merchant of Venice with Al Pacino. Edwige Fenech made a comeback to the big screen when she accepted Quentin Tarantinos movie Hostel 2, which was directed by Eli Roth.
Among this sexy actresss film credits include the following: Samoa, Queen of the Jungle; Sexy Susana Sins Again Heads or Tails; Top Sensation; The Man With the Golden Brush; Sex Is a Pleasure; House of Pleasure; The Blonde and the Black Pussycat, La tela del ragno; Satiricosissimo; Next!; Le Mans, Shorcut to Hell They're Coming to Get You; The Case of the Bloody Iris; Naughty Nun; Ubalda, All Naked and Warm; Mean Frank and Crazy Tony The Cold Arms of Death; The Winsome Widow; Poker in Bed; Innocence and Desire; Secrets of a Call Girl; Strip Nude for Your Killer; Confessions of a Lady Cop; The Virgin Wife; Lover Boy Taxi Girl; The Great Battle; The Lady Next Door; The Thief; Dr. Jekyll Likes Them Hot; Catherine and I; Custard Croissants The Paramedic; Don't Play With Tigers and Il fratello minore.
During the mid-90s, Edwige Fenech was engaged to Italian industrialist Luca di Montezemolo.