Andrea Savio is an American businesswoman and former actress, best known as the ex-wife of the late Hollywood icon Tony Curtis. She was born on May 17, 1956, in the United States.
Savio began her career as an actress in the late 1970s and early 1980s, appearing in a few movies and TV shows. Her most notable role was in the 1982 film “The Seduction,” where she played a small role as a nurse. However, Savio eventually shifted her focus from acting to business.
Savio met Tony Curtis in 1979 while he was filming the movie “Little Miss Marker.” At the time, she was a cocktail waitress at a restaurant in Los Angeles. They got married in 1984 and had two children together, Alexandra and Allegra. However, their marriage was short-lived, and they got divorced in 1992.
After her divorce from Curtis, Savio became an entrepreneur and started her own successful business. She is the founder and CEO of Savio Designs, a luxury handbag and accessories company based in Beverly Hills, California. Her company’s products have been featured in magazines like Vogue, InStyle, and Harper’s Bazaar, and have been worn by celebrities such as Lady Gaga and Halle Berry.
In addition to her business ventures, Savio has also been involved in philanthropic work. She is a supporter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. She has also served on the board of directors for the Women’s Cancer Research Fund.
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