marcellA TV series about the life and times of the great actress and screenwriter Marcella Taddeo.
The show follows the rise of a woman known as Marcello, a genius, whose rise is interrupted by her death at the hands of her lover, who later commits suicide.
Marcella’s work was a central theme in the first season of the TV series, The Moth.
It featured a large cast of supporting characters, including a young woman who falls in love with Marcelli (she is also known as The Marcelline), a woman who becomes obsessed with Marsella’s life and the show’s main character, Marcell.
Marsella has been a star in her own right since the 1960s.
The first of her films, Marsellas famous “Marcello”, was released in 1964.
In 1970 she co-wrote and starred in the television film Marcellus Deacon and co-starred in her first movie, Marcolona.
In the 1980s she starred in her second film, Marchellana.
Marcellà’s final film, The Marcolone, premiered in 1990 and has since gone on to become one of the greatest movies of all time, with audiences in many countries worldwide having been captivated by the characters, their lives and their world.
Marcolona has become a staple of the Marcellina Taddean canon.
In recent years, she has continued to make films in Italy, the United Kingdom and France, and has directed some of her most famous films, such as The Moths and The Marcelones.
In 2014 she was honoured with the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the BBC’s Marcellan.
Marsellà is also a regular guest on the BBC Television Comedy Unit.