Cecilia Dazzi rose to fame as an actress, gracing the silver screen many times over the course of her Hollywood career. Dazzi started her entertainment career by acting in comedies like "Matrimoni" (1998) starring Francesca Neri and the Antonella Ponziani film "La Sciamane" (2000). She also appeared in the TV movie "Jacob" (TNT, 1994-95). She continued to act in productions like "Caruso, Zero in Condotta" (2001) with Francesco Nuti, the Giampiero Bartolini foreign "Ogni volta che te ne vai" (2004) and "Wimbledon" (2004) with Kirsten Dunst. She also appeared in the Silvio Orlando dramatic comedy "Il Caimano" (2006). Her work around this time also included a part on the TV movie "My House in Umbria" (HBO, 2002-03). Recently, she continued to act in the Stefania Rocca foreign "Voce Del Verbo Amore" (2007), "Scusa Ma Ti Chiamo Amore" (2008) and the foreign sequel "Scusa ma ti voglio sposare" (2010) with Raoul Bova. She also had a part in the TV miniseries "The Flood" (2006-07). Dazzi most recently acted in the Anthony Hopkins dramatic adaptation "The Rite" (2011).