Ho sposato un calciatore
Ho sposato un calciatore (Italian for "I married a footballer") is a 2005 Italian television mini series written and directed by Stefano Sollima. It was broadcast on Canale 5, and is based on the UK serial Footballers' Wives.
|Ho sposato un calciatore|
|Created by||Stefano Sollima|
|Composer(s)||Pivio and Aldo De Scalzi|
|Country of origin||Italy|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||4|
|Original network||Canale 5|
- Paolo Seganti as Bruno Caracci
- Jane Alexander as Tonia Caracci
- Karin Proia as Anna Palma
- Edoardo Leo as Vito Palma
- Maria Elena Vandone as Crystal Ferrari
- Mirko Petrini as Luca Martelli
- Frank Crudele as Carmine Caradia
- David Sef as Jorge Vildoza
- Benedetta Valanzano as Miriam Bove
- Gea Lionello as Veronica Torre
- Stefania Rivi as Monica Ballini
- Edoardo Siravo as Peppe Perego
- Caterina Vertova as Linda Martelli
- Valerio Aprea as Gualtiero
- Simona Borioni as Marcella Basile
- Aurora Cancian as Fiorenza Messeri
- Simona Caparrini as Gina
- Martina Disposti as Marika Palma
- Marco Di Stefano as Paolo Mastrangelo
- Antonella Interlenghi as Regina Caradia
- Maria Monsè as Alessia
- Lorenzo Renzi as Raffaele Brasca
- Alessandro Tiberi as Mattia Covelli
- Costantino Vitagliano as Guido Ballini
- Redazione (28 April 2005). "Come ti conquisto un calciatore". TGCOM (in Italian). Mediaset. Retrieved 23 July 2018.
- Dipollina, Antonio (30 April 2005). "Calcio soldi e belle donne, che bel soufflé". La Repubblica (in Italian). Retrieved 23 July 2018.
- Morelli, Dario (1 July 2015). "Il massacro del figurante". Nazione Indiana (in Italian). Retrieved 23 July 2018.
- Dipollina, Antonio (18 July 2005). "Sesso, droga e scommesse, in tv il calciatore diventa cattivo". La Repubblica (in Italian). Retrieved 23 July 2018.
- Dondi, Beatrice (26 April 2005). "Da Rivera a Totti, love story del pallone". Kataweb. Retrieved 21 July 2015.