Silvia Colloca Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Net Worth, House, Movies, Books

Silvia Colloca Biography

Silvia Colloca is an Italian-Australian actress, opera singer, cookbook author, and TV cookery show personality. She rose to fame through her acting career in Van Helsing and in Tuscany.


How old is Silvia Colloca? – Age

She is 43 years old as of 23 July 2020. She was born in 1977 in Milan, Italy.

Is Silvia Colloca still married? – Family

She married the Australian actor Richard Roxburgh on September 25, 2004, at the medieval castle of Montalto in Tuscany, Italy. Raphael Jack Domenico Roxburgh was born in 2007 and Miro Gianni David Roxburgh was born in 2010, and they have a daughter, Luna Roxburgh, who was born in 2017. The family now lives in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Silvia Colloca Net Worth

Silvia has an estimated net worth of $9 million.

Silvia Colloca House

She and her husband sold their Bilgola Plateau home. It was sold for $1,905,000 by Raine & Horne Palm Beach’s James Baker, two months after it was first listed. They listed the family home for sale after he paid $3 million for a 1970s-style house on a cliff-top overlooking the ocean in Newport. They relocated to the Northern Beaches in 2009, paying $1.62 million for their home on Lower Plateau Road. The nearly 1000-square-meter property, which was already renovated at the time, is on a hilltop with views of Pittwater and has an open-plan living and dining area, a level rear lawn with a spa, five bedrooms, and a second deck upstairs that was added in recent years. Baker withdrew it from the November auction and reduced the initial asking price to about $2 million.

Silvia Colloca Made in Italy with Silvia Colloca

“Made in Italy with Silvia Colloca,” an Australian 10-part TV series, premiered on SBS TV in November 2014, coinciding with the publication of the same-titled book. Colloca brought a film crew home to meet her Italian family, showcasing three picturesque regions of Italy, Abruzzo, Marche, and Molise, and presenting cucina povera in her mother’s kitchen.

Silvia Colloca Photo
Silvia Colloca Photo

Silvia Colloca Silvia’s Italian Table

On October 6, 2016, ABC debuted “Silvia’s Italian Table,” an eight-part reality and cooking series. Colloca invites a group of celebrities to cook and eat with her in each episode, as well as engage in entertaining and intelligent conversation. Kathy Lette, Lisa McCune, Tom Gleeson, Magda Szubanski, Matt Moran, Ken Done, Sarah Ferguson, Merrick Watts, Claire Hooper, Amanda Vanstone, Pia Miranda, and Ian Thorpe are among the guests.

Silvia Colloca Van Helsing

She was cast as Verona, the oldest of Dracula’s brides in the 2004 American action gothic horror film Van Helsing.


Dr. Victor Frankenstein, with the assistance of his assistant Igor and Count Dracula, successfully creates a monster in Transylvania in 1887. After a brawl in Notre-Dame de Paris, monster hunter Van Helsing kills Mr. Hyde a year later. Cardinal Jinette orders him to go to TransylVania and destroy Dracula. He must also protect the last members of an ancient Romanian family, the Valerious, whose ancestor vowed that if his descendants did not kill Dracula, they would be condemned to Purgatory. The two encounter Frankenstein’s monster, who holds the true key to completing Dracula’s plans. Dracula is Anna’s ancestor’s son, and he is imprisoned within an icy fortress hidden behind a large walled map of Transylvania. Only a werewolf can kill Dracula because he has a cure for lycanthropy. Van Helsing kills Dracula and his children by biting their throats but kills Anna inadvertently as she administers the cure.

Silvia Colloca Career

Colloca is an opera-trained mezzo-soprano who worked as a musical theatre performer in Italy before pursuing a career in film. Silvia Colloca received glowing reviews from the Australian press for her performance as Orfeo in Shannon Murphy’s 2015 Spectrum Now production of Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice. Colloca’s performance was lauded by Diana Simmonds in Stage Noise: “Colloca’s rich yet pure and powerful mezzo soprano and dramatic acting range are ideally suited to the decision to make Orfeo an ambiguous and androgynous figure. In the early scenes, she projects all of the masculine and feminine strengths, as well as unabashed emotion, making the tragedy immediately palpable.”

Colloca made her debut as The Queen in Opera Queensland’s newly commissioned opera “Snow White,” which was performed during the Brisbane Festival in 2016. Silvia Colloca’s performance once again won the hearts of theatregoers and critics. Colloca’s work was described in the Sydney Morning Herald as “Silvia Colloca is outstanding as the mother; her sexiness and vulnerability are beautifully intertwined throughout the piece, and she effortlessly navigates the highs and lows that her character is endowed with. Her eventual breakdown is entertaining to watch “. Silvia is also credited as a show’s producer, creator, and writer. She launched her own YouTube channel and collaborated with Marion Grasby in 2017. They collaborated on the highly successful show “Wok X Pot,” which debuted in late 2018.

Silvia Colloca Movies

♦ 2002 – Casomai
♦ 2004 – Van Helsing
♦ 2006 – The Detonator
♦ 2007 – Virgin Territory
♦ 2009 – Lesbian Vampire Killers
♦ 2010 – Out of the Night
♦ 2010 – Triple Happiness
♦ 2012 – L’Apocalisse delle scimmie
♦ 2013 – Nerve
♦ 2013 – Dante’s Inferno Animated

Silvia Colloca Books

♦ 2021 – Simple Italian: The Essentials of Italian Home Cooking
♦ 2018 – Love, Laugh, Bake!
♦ 2016 – La Dolce Vita Silvia Colloca
♦ 2014 – Made in Italy: Over 80 Authentic Recipes from the Heart of Italy
♦ 2013 – Silvia’s Cucina