Elisabetta Rocchetti is an Italian actress and director. Daughter of lawyer Nicola Rocchetti, is well-known in the entertainment environment, and debuted in 1996, participating in the film Traveling Companion, directed by Peter Del Monte.
In 2003 she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Debuting Actress for the film The Embalmer (2002), directed by Matteo Garrone, in which she starred with Valerio Foglia Manzillo.
Among her other cinematographic works, including The Card Player and Sleepless, both directed by Dario Argento, Love Is Eternal While It Lasts, directed by Carlo Verdone, and I Love You in All the Languages in the World, directed by Leonardo Pieraccioni. For the small screen she worked, among other things including Il bello delle donne, Do You Like Hitchcock?, Caterina e le sue figlie 2 and Terapia d’urgenza.
In 2006 she made her debut in the short film L’ultima seduta with Alessandro Manetti, Valentina Tosti and Giampaolo Morelli. Her gradual artistic maturity reached her climax four years later when she wrote, directed and produced her first feature film titled Diciottanni – Il mondo ai miei piedi which starred Marco Rulli, Marco Iannitello and Nina Torresi. In September 2015 she returned to the camera with Il velo di Maya, which was filmed in Rome and Grosseto.