The renowned star, immortalized by Federico Fellini in classics such as 8½ and Juliet of the Spirits, reportedly passed away peacefully in her home, surrounded by her loved ones.
Milo, born Salvatrice Elena Greco, enjoyed a distinguished career as one of the leading actresses of Italian cinema. In 2021, she was honored with the David di Donatello career achievement award, often referred to as Italy's Oscar.
Originally from Tunis, Milo gained prominence under the guidance of directors like Antonio Pietrangeli, known as 'the director who loved women,' and collaborated with esteemed filmmakers such as Roberto Rossellini, Gabriele Salvatores, Gabriele Muccino, Pupi Avati, Jean Renoir, and Claude Sautet.
On television she was one of the brilliant series Quelle Brave Ragazze on Sky Italy with Mara Maionchi and Marisa Laurito were travelling across unknown places.