Anita Ekberg, one of the most celebrated beauties of classic Hollywood, has died.
Anita Ekberg, the actress who danced in the Fontana di Trevi in Federico Fellini’s film “La Dolce Vita,” has died at the age of 83. Ekberg had been hospitalized recently after a series of illnesses, her lawyer, Patrizia Ubaldi told the Associated Press. She died at the Rocca di Papa Hospital in Rome.
RIP Anita Ekberg, best known for her iconic role as "the most wonderful woman created since the beginning of time" pic.twitter.com/PQUD1MrZTm— BFI (@BFI) January 11, 2015
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