Renata Vanni started her career in Italian theater and on Italian radio in New York. She went under contract to Warner Bros
in 1940. She also appeared on popular television shows. The collection consists of scripts related to her acting career during
Renata Vanni was born in Naples, Italy ca. 1909. She started her career in Italian theater and on Italian radio in New York.
She went under contract to Warner Bros (1940) where she became known as a comedic actress. Her numerous screen roles include
Westward the Women, Seven Little Foys, Once is Not Enough, Three Coins in the Fountain, Patch of Blue, The Idol Maker, and Fatso. She also appeared on major television shows such as Lux Video Theater, Alcoa Presents, Gunsmoke, Loveboat, Mod Squad, and That Girl. She died Feb. 19, 2004 at the age of 94.
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