Adrienne Larussa started her career out in 1968 with a supporting role in the Italian picture La Pecora near but after a few years, squandered in her native land’s cinema, she made her way over to America for a role on the hit soap opera Days of Our Lives in 1975. Although Adrienne never quite found success in American movies, she managed to eke out a semi-decent career on television in such productions as the made-for-TV movie Terror at Alcatraz, the mini-series Centennial and a stint on yet another soap, General Hospital in 1983. Although she seems to have put her career on hold shortly thereafter, Adrienne left a Skinful legacy on celluloid in 1976’sThe Man Who Fell to Earth. Like her co-stars Linda Hutton and Hilary Holland, Adrienne teamed up with Rip Torn for a semi-steamy bedroom sequence in which she showed it all off, including a few brief glimpses of her pubage.
Salvare la faccia (1969) - as Licia
Beatrice Cenci (1969) - as Beatrice Cenci