Let us introduce you to the talented Juju Di Domenico, an actress who embodies passion and commitment in every role. Born in Germany and raised in Italy, her diverse cultural background has shaped her perspective and fueled her artistic journey. From a young age, she immersed herself in the world of acting, finding joy and fulfillment in her craft. What began as a personal passion has now blossomed into a flourishing career, where she embraces the challenges and rewards of the industry.
Domenico’s most recent project, “Blackout,” pushed the boundaries of her skills as she filmed in the breathtaking mountains of Trentino. Today, we chatted with her about her experiences, and aspirations while gaining a glimpse of her vibrant personality beyond the spotlight. Join us as we gained a glimpse into her personality while we talked food, fashion, and how she likes to travel.
Juju, tell us about yourself and your acting career.
I was born in Germany and at the age of nine I moved to Italy, so I grew up with two different cultures that I will always carry in my heart. I started studying acting at a very young age when I was still in Germany and since then I have never stopped. I started working seriously at the age of 18, but I never considered acting as a job but rather saw it as my passion, I enjoy it very much. Today with my experience, I can say that it is a job in its own right, which requires a lot of commitment and perseverance, but when you like something it doesn’t cost you effort.
My last work, for example, “Blackout” was a very challenging set, because we shot in the mountains of Trentino for several months in a row and the temperatures did not always work in our favor. We faced sub-zero temperatures and very hot days where the snow was melting under our feet, but it was amazing to see the beautiful places in Trentino.
What’s your favorite part of the spring season?
Watching the nature changing colors.
What is your favorite fashion trend right now and why?
Maybe the color pink because I have always loved it, but this year it really became a statement.
Do you have a favorite color you dress in?
Green and blue because they are versatile and I think they suit me the best.
What has been your favorite dish you have eaten while traveling?
Without any doubts paella in Spain.
What is your favorite thing to eat in Italy?
Pasta, every type in every form.
What are you reading right now?
I’ve just finished reading a book by Heinrich Böll, a German author.
Where is your favorite place to travel?
I don’t have a favorite place, there are still a lot of places I want to travel to and the idea to visit a place more than one time is not appealing to me.
What is your favorite room in your home?
The bathroom, I always loved this room in every home I lived in.
What’s a favorite item you have in your home?
A candle, that I light every time I want to remember the smell in the house where I grew up.
What is your go-to beauty product right now?
Just a simple lip stick, because my lips are very dry lately.
Do you have a favorite Cocktail/mocktail?
Probably gin and tonic, I prefer to stick to basic drinks.
According to Juju Di Domenico, what makes a good dinner party?
Good food, good music and good company.
Do you enjoy hosting dinner parties? If so, what do you enjoy serving your guests?
Absolutely, I love it. I usually cook very Italian dishes.
Who do you admire most right now and why?
My mom, because she recently changed completely her life: she move to another city and started a new job that makes her able to follow her dreams.