Marisa Bartoli (November 10, 1937 Pula, Istria, Croatia) is an Italian actress.
Born in Pula, near Trieste, young Marisa Bartoli who was soon to bloom into an alluring beauty, studied drama at the Teatro Stabile di Trieste before moving to Rome to further her training at Accademia Nazionale di Arte Drammatica. In the Italian capital, she took part in the "New faces Contest", organized by the RAI state TV channel and had the luck to find herself among the chosen. Thanks to this prize, Marisa could start her TV career, appearing for the first time in 1963 in a TV mini-series. From then on she worked mainly for the small screen in series, filmed plays and TV films, her most significant role being that of Andromache in Franco Rossi's remarkable "Le avventure di Enea" (1974). She also played in four films for the big screen, the most interesting of which is doubtless Maurizio Lucidi's Hitchcockian "La vittima designata" in 1971.