From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ambra Angiolini (born in Rome, 22 April 1977) is a former Italian TV host and singer in the 1990s, who nowadays mainly works as an actress. On 9 October 1997, she was notably in Dario Fos car recording an interview with him when a car drew up alongside with an enormous placard in the window exclaiming Dario, youve won the Nobel prize!, meaning Fos initial reaction was captured on film Her career began in 1992, at the age of 15, when she took part in the second edition of Non è la Rai. Her first album Tappartengo was recorded in 1994. It included 10 songs. This album was also recorded in Spanish and contained a new song called Nel cuore, nellanima. The Spanish production was titled Te pertenezco. As often happens with Italian singers, the main song Te pertenezco (Tappartengo) was a success in Spain and other countries such as Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela and Chile. Due to this, Ambra Angiolini was invited to Viña del Mar song festival in 1996. In that same year, she recorded Angiolini, which contained ten tracks including Tu sei, Ti stravoglio, Buoni Amici and Aspettavo te (released in 1997 as We Can Break Away by the Belgian pop duo Indiana in an English adaptation by Michael Leahy). She continued recording until 1997, both in Italy and in Spain.