Mavie Bardanzellu, pseudonym of Maria Vittoria Bardanzellu is an Italian theater and film actress.
Mavie Bardanzellu was born in Luras, Sardinia.
She graduated at the Studio Fersen di Arti Sceniche in Rome, where she studied according to the Stanislavski method.
In 1962 she debuted as protagonist in Una storia sarda, a neorealistic movie directed by Piero Livi. She acted in A Question of Honour by Luigi Zampa, Menage all"italiana in 1965, Carogne si nasce and Silvia e l" amore in 1968, in Carogne si nasce by Alfonso Brescia (1968) and in Silvia e l’amore by Silvio Bergonzelli (1968). In 1969 she had a role in "Beatrice Cenci" by Lucio Fulci, and played one of the main characters in “Louisiana battaglia del Sinai”, an Italian-Israeli film set during the Six-day war and directed by Maurizio Lucidi In the same year she got a lead role in Pelle di Bandito by Piero Livi, which ran at the Venice International Film Festival.
In 1972 she worked in the film Abuso di potere by Camillo Bazzoni (1972).