The mystery-drama directed by Carmine Elia will be broadcast starting tonight, Monday 3 October in prime time on Rai1
Azzurra Merenda makes its debut on the small screen in “Survivors”, the series aired for the first time on Rai1 starting tonight, October 3, in prime time. A mystery-drama in 6 evenings (12 episodes of 50 minutes), with the co-production of Rai Fiction, Rodeo Drive, France Télévisions, Cinétévé, ZDFneo, directed by Carmine Elia with a very large cast, including: Lino Guanciale, Luca Biagini, Barbora Bobulova, Stèfi Celma, Giacomo Giorgio, Elena Radonicich and Pia Lanciotti.
The talented Azzurra, the very young face of Peppe Mastrocinque’s PM5 Talent Agency, in the series “Survivors” plays the character of Camilla, the youngest daughter of Luca Giuliani (Lino Guanciale) and Sylvie (Stéfi Celma).
«I had a lot of fun because I met many actors, such as Lino Guanciale, a very nice and kind person. On set he was very funny and always imitated the voices of other actors in the cast when they got it wrong. Then, when we were in Genoa, in the lunch break we often played together, in short, she always made me feel at ease on the set .. My character Camilla is a sweet little girl, who loves her dad very much and immediately, very insightful, understands that there is something wrong. Although I am the only child of the cast, I did not find any difficulties on the set. They were all very nice and made me feel comfortable. It was an unforgettable experience that I will always carry in my heart. I bonded a bit with all the actors, in particular with Lino and Margherita Aresti, who in the fiction plays Maia, my older sister. One of the best things I remember from this first experience was the final moment, when I gave a thank you speech and everyone applauded me. It was a really emotional moment. They gave me a clapperboard with all the signatures of the cast and two small radios that they used on the set to communicate ».
Enfant prodige, Azzurra Merenda (10 years old, from Aversa) loves school, drawing, dance – especially pole dance – and is passionate about foreign languages. She begins to take her first steps in the world of fashion, as a testimonial of some games and clothing for children, a sector in which she continues to make her way. The love for acting was born by chance, when she is passionate about cinema and television series, she asks her parents to want to study acting. After a small experience with The Jackal, the little snack begins to attend the University of Cinema in Naples directed by Peppe Mastrocinque. A path that takes the young actress to the set of “Il commissario Ricciardi” and “Mina Settembre”, where she plays small roles, up to the set of “Survivors”, where she is able to show off her skill and talent her.