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Alessia Merz
Born Alessia Merz
24 September 1974(1974-09-24)
Trento, Italia
Nationality Italian
Occupation Model, televisione host, actress, showgirl
Years active 1992 - present
Spouse Fabio Bazzani (2005-present)
Children Niccolò
(b. 2006) Martina
(b. 2008)

Alessia Merz (Trento, September 24, 1974) is an Italian model, television host and showgirl.

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Biography

She debuted in 1992 in the Canale 5 show Bulli e pupe. In September she took part in Non è la RAI's second edition, where she remained until 1995.[1] After this experience, she took part to the Canale 5 show Striscia la notizia, where she acted as dancer within Cristina Quaranta until 1996.[2]

In 1995 she played a role in the film Ragazzi della notte and debuted as television host in the first edition of the show Meteore, with Amadeus and Gene Gnocchi, on air on Italia 1. In the last 1990s she also took part at several films for the cinema and for television like Gli inaffidabili, Mamma per caso, Jolly blu, Vacanze sulla neve and L'ispettore Giusti.

Later in that year she hosted in RAI the program Sanremo famosi, with Max Pezzali.[3] In 1999 has been released some calendar for magazines Boss and Maxim.

In 2000 she presented the second edition of Meteore[4] and, with Samantha De Grenet, Filippa Lagerbäck and Marco Balestri, the candid camera show Candid Angels. In the same year she took part at the b-movie Intrigo a Cuba, with Carolina Marconi.

After that, she participated at the show Quelli che il calcio and, in 2004, she presented the show Festival: Gruppo d'ascolto, on air on RaiSat Extra and Rai Utile. In 2004 she entered in the second edition's cast of the Italian version of Celebrity Survivor, named L'isola dei famosi.[5]

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Personal life

Later she married Fabio Bazzani and became the mother of Niccolò (2006) and Martina (2008).

Filmography

  • Ragazzi della notte (1995)
  • Gli inaffidabili (1997)
  • Panarea (1997)
  • Mamma per caso (1997)
  • Jolly Blu (1998)
  • Cornetti al miele (1999)
  • Vacanze sulla neve (1999)
  • Il commissario Montalbano (one episode: La voce del violino) (1999)
  • Un medico in famiglia (1999)
  • L'ispettore Giusti (1999)
  • Intrigo a Cuba (2000)
  • Turbo (2000)
  • Il Bacio di Dracula (2002)

References

  1. ^ (Italian)Mariolina Iossa (25 november, 1994). "Alessia Nicol, finale sotto l'ala di Ambra". Corriere della Sera. http://archiviostorico.corriere.it/1994/novembre/25/Alessia_Nicole_finale_sotto_ala_co_0_94112512675.shtml. 
  2. ^ (Italian)Monica Guerzoni (13 February 1996). "Arriva "Striscia" e dissacra il Festival". Corriere della Sera. http://archiviostorico.corriere.it/1996/febbraio/13/Arriva_Striscia_dissacra_Festival_co_0_9602135126.shtml. 
  3. ^ (Italian)Aldo Grasso (13 november, 1998). "Con Pezzali e Alessia, un attentato alla televisione". Corriere della Sera. http://archiviostorico.corriere.it/1998/novembre/13/Con_Pezzali_Alessia_attentato_alla_co_0_9811135082.shtml. 
  4. ^ (Italian)Aldo Grasso (2 october, 1999). ""Meteore", un pericolo sul pianeta Gnocchi". Corriere della Sera. http://archiviostorico.corriere.it/1999/ottobre/02/Meteore_pericolo_sul_pianeta_Gnocchi_co_0_9910022838.shtml. 
  5. ^ (Italian)Alessandro Pasini (5 january, 2005). "Bazzani e la Merz, nozze con l'esclusiva: "Sposi a fine campionato"". Corriere della Sera. http://archiviostorico.corriere.it/2005/gennaio/05/Bazzani_Merz_nozze_con_esclusiva_co_9_050105102.shtml. 

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