During the period of her three-decade screen acting career, she appeared in near fifty films, like the 1973 comedy Malizia; the 1976 Luchino Visconti feature The Innocent; as well as the 1981 play Passione d’Amore. During her youngsters, she excelled in rhythmic gymnastics and, in her early adulthood years, guaranteed employment being a gymnastics instructor. She produced her film performing debut within the 1965 feature Le Sedicenni. In the first 1990s, she was imprisoned for drug ownership. Following a 10 years of appeals, her conviction was overturned. Blessed Laura Antonaz, she spent her youth in several Italian metropolitan areas, including Venice, Genoa, and Naples. She produced her American film debut contrary Vincent Price within the 1966 espionage-themed humor feature Dr. Goldfoot and the lady Bombs.