|Born||30 December 1892|
|Died||9 January 1977 (aged 84)|
|Years active||1910–1954 (film)|
Letizia Quaranta (30 December 1892 – 9 January 1977) was an Italian film actress. Mainly active in the silent era, she also appeared in a few sound films. She was married to the director Carlo Campogalliani and appeared in a number of his films.
Letizia Quaranta had a twin sister, Isabella Quaranta, who was also an actress. Her older sister was actress Lidia Quaranta.
- Love Everlasting (1913)
- Floretta and Patapon (1913)
- Hedda Gabler (1920)
- The Woman at Midnight (1925)
- The Doctor in Spite of Himself (1931)
- The Devil's Lantern (1931)
- Forbidden Music (1942)
- The Innocent Casimiro (1945)
- The Devil's Gondola (1946)
- Orphan of the Ghetto (1954)
- Moliterno p.62
- Moliterno, Gino. The A to Z of Italian Cinema. Scarecrow Press, 2009.