Solvi Stubing has died, a celebrity in the commercials for Peroni beer.
July 3, 2017
The actress Solvi Stubing has died in Rome today. She was 76 years old, and had been sick for a long time. Famous for beer advertising in the seventies ("Call me Peroni, I'll be your beer"), she had also appeared in numerous movies on horseback between the 1960s and the 1970s. The funeral will be held tomorrow in Rome, in the church of the Delfi Games Square.
Solvi Stubing was born in Berlin on January 19, 1941 in a district that later became East Germany, and had reached popularity in Italy on TV and the big screen. Among the films, “Io la conoscevo bene” by Antonio Pietrangeli (1965) “Made in Italy” by Nanni Loy (1965), Dino Risi's “L'ombrellone” (1965), Umberto Lenzi's “La banda del Gobbo” (1977), “L'ingorgo” by Luigi's Comencini (1978).
In the 1980s she had conducted a series of television headlines dedicated to cinema broadcast on syndication and local TV (Cinerama, Magic Cinema, Cinemondo, My Cinema, Cine Rubrica, Ciak Turns, Grand Sipario). And she owned a share of Isvema, the company that produced, among other things, many of the rotogravures she conducted.
She also appeared in Playman and Playboy, then left the show world to try a career in politics. Member of the Commission of European Women at the time of Craxi President of the Council in 2004 had been nominated to the European Parliament in the National Alliance lists.
Born: 1/19/1941, Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Died: 7/3/2017, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Solvi Stubing’s westerns – actress:
Sheriff Won't Shoot - 1965 (Rita)
Garringo - 1969 (Julie)
Blindman – 1971 (bride)