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Simona Tabasco joins the cast of Immaculate

The actor made her American television debut with the second season of HBO's award-winning anthology series, The White Lotus

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Published: 18th February 2023

We had earlier reported that actor Sydney Sweeney would be headlining the psychological horror film Immaculate. Now Sweeney has been joined by White Lotus fame Simona Tabasco in the film.

Hailing from Michael Mohan from the script of Andrew Lobel, Immaculate tells the story of Cecilia-a young woman who is offered a position at an Italian convent. She feels everything is nice and welcoming at the beginning of the job, and soon she realises that the convent has some horrifying secrets buried within it.

Tabasco is best known for her work in her native Italy, her acting credits include the medical drama Doc – Nelle Tue Mani, the Netflix series Luna Park, RaiUno's I Bastardi di Pizzofalcone, and È Arrivata la Felicità. The actor made her American television debut with the second season of HBO's award-winning anthology series, The White Lotus.

Apart from Sydney Sweeney and Simona Tabasco,  Immaculate stars Álvaro Morte, Benedetta Porcaroli, Dora Romano, and Giorgio Colangeli. Sweeney also produces the film.

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