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Marianna Alacchi

Marianna Alacchi is known for her work on Take Shelter (2011), Memory Lane (2012) and This World, Then the Fireworks (1997). See full bio »

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Known For

Take Shelter
Take Shelter Bargain Hunter
(2011)
Memory Lane
Memory Lane Jewelry Lady
(2012)
Lux in Tenebris
Lux in Tenebris Makeup Department
(2017)

Filmography

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 2017 Maestro (Short)
Mama
 2014 Black Coffee 48 Hour Film Project Cleveland (Short)
Inspector Marge Henry
 2014 Love Finds You in Sugarcreek (TV Movie)
Anna Troyler
 2012/III Memory Lane
Jewelry Lady
 2011 Take Shelter
Bargain Hunter
 1999 Homicide: Life on the Street (TV Series)
Lois Freeman
- Forgive Us Our Trespasses (1999) ... Lois Freeman
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 2017 Lux in Tenebris (makeup department head)
 2017 Maestro (Short) (hair stylist) / (makeup artist)
 2004 Interlude (Short) (makeup artist)
 2004 Independent Lens (TV Series documentary) (special makeup effects artist - 1 episode)
- Nat Turner: A Troublesome Property (2004) ... (special makeup effects artist)
 1997 The Art & Artisans of Southern Furniture (Video documentary) (makeup artist)
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 2012 Hall of Fame (special effects makeup)
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 2012 Hall of Fame (wardrobe supervisor)

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