She was born August 27, 1937. Gisela Dali was known as the Greek "Brigitte Bardot" of the Golden Age of Greek cinema. She appeared in movie classics like "To gelio vgike ap' ton Paradeiso" (1963) alongside Dionysis Papagiannopoulos and Nikos Rizos, and "Polytehnitis kai erimospitis" (1963) directed by Alekos Sakellarios with Thanasis Vengos and Yiannis Voyiatzis.
A movie clip from "Polytehnitis kai erimospitis" with Thanasis Vengos.
During the early 1970s, a time that coincided with the “boom” of Greek Erotica, she starred in a series of softcore movies. Gisela Dali and Anna Fonsou became the biggest mainstream names to perform in what was called “first class” productions.
Her last movie appearance was at Testosterone (2004) directed by Giorgos Panousopoulos.
She was married to director Dimis Dadiras.
- Gisela Dali at the Internet Movie Database