Transcript for Sophia Loren Looks Back on Legendary Career
Marciano, there aren't many people who qualify as living legends, but Sophia Loren is definitely one of them. Now look at her at 80 years young. The actress is looking back on her life in front of and behind the camera in her new memoir. Here's ABC's Chris Connelly. Reporter: Timeless screen goddess Sophia Loren is sharing her story. In her new book "Yesterday, today and tomorrow" chronicling her earliest days in Italy. I went through a lot with my family, of course, a lot of miseries. Reporter: Acting was her refuge, her depth of feeling would win her a best actress Oscar, the first ever from a foreign film for "Two women." A party to celebrate her 1957 arrival in America led to this infamous photo as she eyed the dangerously revealing neck of line of Jane Mansfield, a moment parodied by "Modern family". Have you seen my photo. You don't like to sign that photograph, though, do you? No, I don't like the image of her being ridiculous and me looking silly. Reporter: Is there anyone whose work you especially like to watch? As actors? Daniel day Louis, Meryl Streep I like very, very, very much. Reporter: Still radiant at 80, also still working. If you add the luck to look well even at 0 years old, then you can be happy. All of us will be blessed to look like this when we are 80. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Chris Connelly, ABC news, Los Angeles. She is amazing. She really is. She looks amazing. Good for her.
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