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Anita Ekberg

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Birth Date

September 29, 1931



Sun Sign


Natural hair color


Eye color



5 ft 7 in | 170 cm

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Body Measurements

40-24-36 in | 102-61-91 cm


59 kg | 130 pounds

Bra Size


Shoe size

8 US | 38 EU

Anita Ekberg young Mini Bio best movies

Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Anita Ekberg was born in Malmö Municipality, Sweden, on September 29, 1931, is an Swedish-Italian hot actress. Young Anita Ekberg began her career as a model. She made her big screen debut in the American Western movie The Mississippi Gambler (1953) in uncredited role as Maid of Honor. Her breakthrough role came as Sylvia in Federico Fellini Italian drama film La Dolce Vita (1960) with Marcello Mastroianni.

Best films

Blood Alley (1955) thriller action with John Wayne

Artists and Models (1955) musical comedy with Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin

Hollywood or Bust (1956) comedy with Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin

War and Peace (1956) war drama with Audrey Hepburn

Back from Eternity (1956) drama in leading role as Rena

Boccaccio '70 (1962) fantasy romance with Sophia Loren

4 for Texas (1963) Western comedy opposite Frank Sinatra

Intervista (1987) drama fantasy opposite Marcello Mastroianni


She was Miss Sweden in 1950.

She featured in Playboy magazine in 1956.

She was married to actors Anthony Steel (1956-1959) and to Rik Van Nutter (1963-1975).

Ekberg died on January 11, 2015, Rocca di Papa, Italy, at the age of 83.


It was I who made Fellini famous, not the other way around.

If you want "la dolce vita", it is how you look at life. When I go back to Rome, my roses will be in bloom again.

I'm very proud of my breasts, as every woman should be. It's not cellular obesity. It's womanliness.

I was lonely, but I have no regrets. I have loved, cried, been mad with happiness. I have won and I have lost.

I like lots of things. But there are three things I like most. Love, love and love.

When the film was presented in New York, the distributor reproduced the fountain scene on a billboard as high as a skyscraper. My name was in the middle in huge letters, Fellini's was at the bottom, very tiny. Now the name of Fellini has become very great, mine very little.