Simona Caparrini

Born in Florence, Italy. Speaks perfectly English and French. She graduated at the Theatre of Genova's Drama Academy. After her degree, she continued to take acting in New York at the Union Square Theatre with the American actor George DiCenzo. Born into a family of shoemakers based in Montecatini Terme in the 1980s, Simona's film debut was Muro di Gomma, by Italian director Marco Risi. Simona travels frequently to Paris (France), where she lived for four years, London (UK) and Los Angeles. She is currently working as a screenwriter as well. Among her screenplays: "Jacopone da Todi" with E. Bellani e D. Carnevali; "Meteoriti" with B. Dryer, etc.
In Theaters:
In the early 1960s, CIA agent Napoleon Solo and KGB operative Illya Kuryakin participate in a joint mission against a mysterious criminal organization, which is working to proliferate nuclear weapons.