Silvia Colloca Biography

BornMay 23, 1978
Age46 years
Silvia Colloca is a skilled Italian-Australian actress, author, and also tv host that was born on July 23, 1977, in Milan, Italy. Increased in an Italian family that nurtured her enthusiasm for cooking, Silvia was predestined to build a career around her love for food and the executing arts. Apart from delighting in an effective acting career, she is likewise understood for her outstanding cooking abilities and also has authored several recipe books while hosting preferred television reveals that celebrate Italian food.

Silvia's journey started at a very early age when her parents motivated her interest in the arts. She sought her performing as well as vocal singing enthusiasm by training at the renowned Teatro alla Scala in Milan. At simply 18 years old, Silvia transferred to Australia to research executing arts at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in Perth. Upon her go back to Italy, she continued to refine her acting abilities by working in a vast array of theatre productions.

Silvia's luck in the acting globe came in 2004 when she was cast as Vala in the highly-anticipated motion picture "Van Helsing", starring Kate Beckinsale and Hugh Jackman. Directed by Stephen Sommers, the movie presented Silvia to a global audience and created possibilities for her to work together with various other notable actors as well as filmmakers. Additionally, she appeared in flicks such as "Vampire Killers" and also "Virgin Territory".

While her acting profession continued to prosper, she never lost sight of her love for food and cooking. It was throughout the filming of "Van Helsing" when Silvia satisfied her future husband, Australian actor Richard Roxburgh. The couple got married in 2004 and moved to Australia, where they started a household together. They have 2 youngsters, Raphael and also Luna.

Welcoming her deeply rooted love for Italian food, Silvia embarked on a goal to share her interest with the globe. She has authored numerous successful cookbooks, including "Silvia's Cucina", "Made in Italy", and "La Dolce Vita", showcasing her unique cooking viewpoint and offering viewers with mouth-watering Italian dishes. Her cookbooks have been popular, earning distinctions from culinary lovers around the world.

Silvia's abilities as a chef and interesting character thrust her to television popularity in Australia, holding cooking and food-focused programs such as "Silvia's Italian Table" (2016) and also "Cook Like an Italian with Silvia Colloca" (2020). Her charm, ability, and real enthusiasm for Italian cuisine have captivated her to audiences throughout the nation, making her a family name in Australia.

Silvia Colloca's profession melds the worlds of performing arts and culinary sorcery, making her a true multitalented musician. With an undeniable personal appeal, she continues to appeal target markets and also motivate a new generation of home chefs to accept and celebrate the abundant and varied tastes of her Italian heritage.

Our collection contains 2 quotes who is written / told by Silvia.

Related authors: Richard Roxburgh (Actor), Kate Beckinsale (Actress), Lawrence Taylor (Athlete), Hugh Jackman (Actor)


2 Famous quotes by Silvia Colloca

Small: Italian girls are famous for being snobby and expecting men to make the first move. In America, if I do
"Italian girls are famous for being snobby and expecting men to make the first move. In America, if I don't make eye contact, the guys won't come over and talk. American girls just go for it. You men are spoiled"
Small: Im quite shy, so if theres a guy I like, I actually ignore him because I cant speak to him. I get all r
"I'm quite shy, so if there's a guy I like, I actually ignore him because I can't speak to him. I get all red and sweaty, and it's embarrassing"