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NEW YORK | MILANO

ACTOR

BIO

WHO IS DILETTA?

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Diletta, Dilly for her friends, is an Italian actress based between NYC and Milan. 

"I want to tell authentic stories about women and their struggles to find their strength, power and independence in a world in which they have to fight to make their voices heard."

"I fell in love with acting at the Michael Rodgers Acting Studio in Milano when I was 16 years old.

I love the empathy that comes from deeply understanding a character, taking their side and honouring their stories. The characters that I'm most interested in playing are young adults who haven't quite figured themselves out yet, and who are on a journey of self-discovery. 

I recently graduated from the Atlantic Acting School. Now I’m a working actress based in NYC, full of energy and ready to work hard in upcoming projects!"


"I live for travelling, surfing, playing pool with my friends, live music, cacio e pepe pasta (fancy Mac and cheese) and, of course, acting!"

EIGHT FUN OR NOT SO FUN FACTS ABOUT ME!

1. I spend too much money on plants and iced (oat) lattes. 

2. I'm originally from Crema where Luca Guadagnino's Call Me By Your Name was filmed. 

3. Random things I love: speakeasies, taking pictures on film, board games and winning. 

4. After high school I lived in Australia for a year travelling all around and living  mostly in hostels. My fave places are Melbourne and this little hippie surf town called 1770. ​

5. My reviews on Google maps have gone viral. If you don't believe me check out the Ithaca Wagmens reviews on the maps app. 

7. This past Halloween I covered my whole body  in temporary tattoos. 

8. I skipped number 6. 

9. My 2022 Spotify wrapped revealed I'm in the top 0.5% of Billy Joel listeners. 

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LATEST NEWS

LATEST WORK

THROUGH THE MODERN LOOKING GLASS

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Through the Modern Looking Glass private screening + Q&A 
At the Tribeca Film Center

Through the Modern Looking Glass is a short film that explores the different forms and causes of depression and how those feelings can be exacerbated by social media. The ensemble cast know one another only through social media connections and compare their real lives to the posts of those they follow. To one another, those characters look like they have it all, but they are all actually struggling with issues of their own. Things are not always as they appear...

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Directed by Tanya Chuturkova and Kim E. Wang
Cinematography by Piero Basso
Written by Christina Renee
Produced by Digital Art Video and Apple RB productions 

The protagonists of this short film are Joel (Andreas Ktorides) and Ava (Diletta Guglielmi), a young couple who works in the film industry: he’s film-maker, while she’s an actress. They find themselves working on the same set, Ava as the lead actress and Joel as the sound guy. Their relationship is put to the test when Ava has to performe a sex scene with the male co-star Cole (Alessandro Gianviviano) of whom Joel is very jealous. The film deals with the themes of insane jealousy and how far this one can make one go. 

MONSTER

Written and Directed by Sebastian Aguirre
Cinematography by Jishnu Chowhury

KEW

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Written and Directed by Mauro Bossi
Cinematography by Maurice Papi
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Cynthia (Diletta Guglielmi) and Becky (Blanche Baker)
Backstage
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Written and Directed by Keven Mema
Cinematography by Christopher Albero

BURNING DESIRE

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A young woman trapped in a toxic and unhappy relationship with her partner Earn, who she lives with. The main themes are the inability of communicating between the two and the passive aggressiveness that is slowly killing the relationship. Desire must find the strength to take action and put an end to her misery, either by fighting to save the relationship or by leaving and going her own way.

A play by Kate Hamill
Adapted from the novel by Louisa May Alcott  
Directed by Rose Callaghan 

LITTLE WOMEN

Produced by the Root 22 Collective 
At the Atlantic Theater Company Stage 2
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