Italian actress Tina Lattanzi has appeared on stage and screen, but made her greatest impact in her country as a dubbing artist who gave voice to such stars as Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford, Claudette Colbert, and Barbara Stanwyck in the Italian versions of their films. She initially established her acting reputation on-stage during the 1920s and made her film debut in Rubacuori (1931). Lattanzi most often played well-born, sophisticated women. Even after films became her career's main focus, Lattanzi never completely gave up the stage and appeared in both Italy and in South American tours. Lattanzi died at the age of 99 in her home in Milan.