2 Nominations

1 Win

Pier Angeli

Pier Angeli (born Anna Maria Pierangeli in Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy, June 19, 1932, died September 10, 1971) won special awards at the Golden Globes, as Most Promising Newcomer in 1952 for Teresa (1951) directed by Fred Zinneman, set in Italy during World War II and as World Film Favorite in 1955. She acted with Vittorio De Sica in the Italian movie Domani è troppo tardi (Tomorrow Is Too Late, 1950), with Stewart Granger in The Light Touch (1951) written and directed by Richard Brooks, with Gene Kelly in The Devil Makes Three (1952), with Kirk Douglas in The Story of Three Loves (1952), with Paul Newman in Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956) by Robert Wise, with Richard Attenborough in The Angry Silence (1960), with Stewart Granger in Sodom and Gomorrah (1962).

Golden Globe Awards