Life in picture : Cinema
She was cast in 36 films roles, including Gustav von Aschenbach's wife in Luchino Visconti's 1971 film Death in Venice, the Jewish department store heiress Natalia Landauer in the 1972 film Cabaret, for which she received some acclaim (including two Golden Globe nominations, a BAFTA nomination and an award from the National Board of review), and the unforgetable beauty Lady Lyndon in the Stanley Kubrick filmBarry Lyndon (1975).
Marisa appeared in a number of other movies including the Blake Edwards comedy S.O.B. (1981), Clint Eastwood's White Hunter Black Heart (1990), as well as in made-for-TV movies in the United States, such as the Holocaust-themed drama Playing for Time (1980). She guest-hosted an episode of The Muppet Show during its third season in 1978. She most recently appeared in I am Love (2010) and The Love Punch (2014) with Pierce Brosnan and Emma Thomson.
While Marisa will soon headline in London the Romeo and Juliet of William Shakespeare directed by Kenneth Branagh, she will keep spending time to be personnally involved in R&D of her beauty line.
Barry Lyndon, Marisa and Ryan O‘Neal
Marisa, Joel Grey, Lisa Minelli at the premiere of Cabaret in Paris
Barry Lyndon, Marisa as Countess Lady Lyndon, Photo by Barry Lategan
I am Love, Marisa with the team
Marisa with Bjorn Andersen at the premiere of Death in Venice
Marisa on a film set
Cabaret; after the premiere of the film in Paris
Marisa and Clint Eastwood on the film set of White Hunter Black Head (1990)
Marisa with Dirk Bogarde, scenes from The Death In Venice