Vanna Bonta


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Vanna Bonta

Vanna Bonta Death

Vanna passed away on July 8, 2014 at the age of 56.

Vanna Bonta death quick facts:
  • When did Vanna Bonta die?

    July 8, 2014
  • How old was Vanna Bonta when died?


Vanna Bonta Birthday and Date of Death

Vanna Bonta was born on April 3, 1958 and died on July 8, 2014. Vanna was 56 years old at the time of death.

Birthday: April 3, 1958
Date of Death: July 8, 2014
Age at Death: 56

Is Vanna Bonta's father, James Cecil Bonta, dead or alive?

James Cecil Bonta's information is not available now.

Is Vanna Bonta's mother, Maria Luisa Ugolini Bonta, dead or alive?

Vanna Bonta's mother, Maria Luisa Ugolini Bonta, died on January 18, 1997 as she was 78 years old.

Vanna Bonta's pets, dead or alive?

  • Beowulf (dog - Chow Chow) [1986 - 1991]
  • Seraph (dog - Chow Chow) [1997 - 2007]
  • Princess Purrrseid (Russian Blue cat) [2010]
  • Lenana (Elephant)
  • Shimba (Elephant)
  • Sky (dog - Chow Chow) [2008 - ]
  • Inky (Siamese Fighting Fish) [2009]
  • Venus Starllight (tortoiseshell cat) [2013- ]

Vanna Bonta - Biography

Vanna Bonta was an Italian-American writer, actress, and inventor. She wrote Flight: A Quantum Fiction Novel. As an actress, Bonta played "Zed's Queen" in The Beastmaster. She performed primarily as a voice talent on a roster of feature films, such as Disney's Beauty and the Beast, as well as on television. Bonta invented the 2suit, a flight garment designed to facilitate human intimacy and stability in microgravity environments of outerspace. The spacesuit was featured on The Universe television series, which followed Bonta into zero gravity to film an episode titled Sex in Space that aired in 2009 on the History Channel.
Bonta was born in the United States to Maria Luisa Bonta (née Ugolini), an artist from Florence, Italy, and James Cecil Bonta, a military officer from Kentucky. Her mother's elder sister was Italian children's author Lydia Ugolini.

From 2007-09, she participated in the annual Lunar Lander Challenge, a competition sponsored by NASA and Northrop Grumman to commercially build a lightweight spacecraft for landing on the moon. Bonta was a team member of BonNovA. As creative director, Bonta designed a pressure-release device for high-combustion engines.