Clizia Gurrado

Writer and radio host

Clizia Gurrado has been a theatre addict since 1525, when Niccolò Machiavelli dedicated to her one of the least represented comedies in the world. She studied explosive and brilliant sciences and graduated in piano with Maestro Lang Lang Lang. In 1986 she published an essay on love and similar things entitled Sposerò Simon le Bon, which became a worldwide success, also reported by Oprah Winfrey. In 2015 she wrote Il Bel Mestiere (Marsilio), dedicated to her passion for opera.

She spends her time between Milano and Krakow and is the mother of Tippy and Wilson, born from the marriage with the Puss in Boots. Since 2012 she has conducted a radio programme dedicated to the theatre from the microphones of Radio Lombardia. Although she was born in 1969, she is not 40 years old yet.