Manuela Arcuri Biography
Born Emmanuela Arcuri on January 8, 1977 in Latina, Italy, Manuela Arcuri has two older brothers; Sergio and Marco. She attended School for Dramatic Art in Rome where she learned proper posture as an aspiring model. Her modeling career was materialized when she posed for Fotoromanzi in 1995. Since then, she posed nude on various hot magazines like Panorama and a calendar for Gente Viaggi of Europe exposing her great body and desirable features making her the fantasy of male readers.
Manuela Arcuri has proven her worth as an actress when she starred in many films like The Graduates (1995) which became a sensational hit in Italy. Prior to that, she was introduced in the movie Black Holes (1995) directed by Pappi Corsicato. Her other films credit are: A spasso nel tempo (1996), Finlamenti soli (1997), Bagnomaria (1999), Teste di cocco (2000), A ruota libra (2000), Juana la Loca (2001) and Cosa de Brujas (2003).
Aside from her sexy exposures, Manuela Arcuri is best recognized in the drama series Carabinieri (2002), a story about mad love that creates a great impact on Italian viewers. In the series, Manuela Arcuri won the heart of millions of watchers making her acting career rise to its peak. Other TV credits and guest appearances include: Disokkupati (1997), Pepe carvalho (1999), Madam (2004), regina dei fiori (2005), Caterina e le sue figlie (2005), El Onore e il rispetto (2006) and Donne sbagliate (2007).
A total performer, Manuela Arcuri performs Never say Goals with the Band Gialappa. She is also one of Italys most sought after host. In 2003, she hosted the eight edition of Joking, together with Teo Teocoli and Anna Maria Barbera.
The desirable screen goddess was a regular headliner when she was still dating Italian soccer player Francesco Totti. The two of them was consequently featured in many gossip magazines but their relationship didnt prosper. The hot sex symbol was once engaged to Aldo Montano, a famous Italian fencer.