Rita Rusic

Rita Rusic began her career in 1982 as the lead actress in the film "Attila Scourge of God" with Diego Abatantuono. Within the Cecchi Gori group she immediately became a discoverer of such talents as Leonardo Pieraccioni, Giorgio Panariello, Vincenzo Salemme, and Antonio Albanese. It produced such successful films as "I Laureati," "Il Ciclone," Leonardo Pieraccioni's "Fuochi d'artificio," Carlo Verdone's "Viaggi di Nozze" and "Gallo Cedrone," Paolo Virzì's "Ovosodo," Paolo Virzì's "Ferie D'Agosto," Gabriele Salvatores' "Nirvana, Daniele Luchetti's "La Scuola," Gianni Amelio's "Così ridevano," Enzo D'Alò's "La Gabbianella e il gatto," Giuseppe Tornatore's "L'uomo delle stelle," and is worldwide distributor of the Oscar film "La Vita è Bella." Next, he produced Federico Moccia's "Sorry But I Call You Love" and "Sorry But I Want to Marry You," box office films 2008 and 2010. Artistic director of TMC2, brings the highly successful series "Sex and the City" to Italy. As a TV writer, he signs the series for Channel 5 "Amiche mie." Also on TV, we see her as a pundit on "La Fattoria" in 2005 and as a juror on "Dancing with the Stars" and "Miss Italy" in 2009 and 2010. In 2008 his first book of short stories "Jet Sex" was published by Mondadori. Some of these were from his much-followed column for the weekly Chi. For several years she is a radio host for RTL 102.5 alongside Charlie Gnocchi on the program "Pop Around the Clock." In January 2020, he participated as a contestant in "Big Brother VIP." In September of the same year, the film "Baciato dalla fortuna" made by Rita Rusic, directed by Paolo Costella, produced and distributed by Medusa film and starring Vincenzo Salemme, Asia Argento and Alessandro Gassman, among others, was released in theaters.