Sophia Loren has starred alongside some of the most iconic actors in Hollywood – but only a few made a lasting impression.

The 86-year-old reflected in his decades-long career for actors / directors / screenwriters in Hollywood on Tuesday TheWrap’s award magazine. The actress looked at her most memorable photos from years past and gave some news about her life to fans.

The Italian screen icon saw a picture of himself in 1967’s “The Countess from Hong Kong”, also known as Charlie Chaplin’s last film. The actor died in 1977 at the age of 88.

“I was very nervous working with him,” Lauren told the outlet. “He is such a guru. But on the first day on set I realized that she was absolutely nervous. If you care and love something, you get nervous. I doubt people who never panicked.”

SOPHIA LOREN read excerpts from ‘YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW’.

Charlie Chaplin screened the actress Sophia Loren in a negative film in 1966 while filming on the set of the film 'A Countess from Hong Kong' at Pinewood Studios in London.

Charlie Chaplin screened the actress Sophia Loren in a negative film in 1966 while filming on the set of the film ‘A Countess from Hong Kong’ at Pinewood Studios in London.
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And then there was a picture from 1966’s “Arabique”, in which Lorraine was paired with Gregory Peck.

“Gregory Peck was very amazing and people don’t know how funny he was,” she said. “It was hard to keep a straight face while working together.”

Lauren also revealed that one of her first English-speaking roles was Dita in “The Legend of the Lost” in 1957, which also starred John Wayne.

“My English wasn’t great, the crew sometimes made fun of me, but John Wayne always clung to me,” she said.

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Sophia Lauren and Gregory Peck on the set of 'Arabic'.

Sophia Lauren and Gregory Peck on the set of ‘Arabic’.
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And today, Lauren is still pursuing her love of acting. More recently, she starred in 2020’s “The Life Ahead”, directed by her son Edordo Ponty. The film tells the story of a Holocaust survivor who takes a 12-year-old child who previously robbed him.

“Ever since I was born, I wanted to be an actress,” Lauren told the outlet. “I wanted to work, I wanted to be on screen, I wanted to do amazing things in my mind. Just listening to me, it was ridiculous at the time, but it was something that was in me. I think That I’m stuck. ” With acting forever. “

John Wayne and Sophia Loren were found in the sand in a scene in the 1957 film Legend of the Lost.

John Wayne and Sophia Loren were found in the sand in a scene in the 1957 film Legend of the Lost.
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Back in 2019, Lauren spoke to Granthshala News about her famous striptease scene in the 1963 comedy film “Tomorrow, Today and Tomorrow”.

“Ah, the strip scene,” he said at the time. “Well, it was part of the picture, part of the scene we had to do. And it was so fun to give Marcello Mastariani a chance to be as funny as he really was. And that was, I think. , Really. The vibrancy of the film. We had so much fun bringing that scene to life. And I think it still shows today. I like that people still appreciate it and it makes them laugh a lot. It Still makes the audience happy to smile. “

Italian actress Sophia Loren performs a striptease in a scene from the film 'Tomorrow, Today and Tomorrow'.

Italian actress Sophia Loren performs a striptease in a scene from the film ‘Tomorrow, Today and Tomorrow’.
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Lorraine also reveals that she is too busy thinking how she wants to be remembered.

“Oh, it’s a little early to think,” he said. Remember? I’m still alive. I’m filled with pep! I am full of things I want to do. It is a little premature to think about that. No, no, no – it’s too early. “