Brunetti began her career at the age of three years ago when she had a role in the opera Cavalleria Rusticana. They then made appearances on stages in Europe and South America and entered in the footsteps of her famous mother. In 1937, she was put under contract by MGM dubbed the voices of Jeanette MacDonald and Norma Shearer for the Italian market. Subsequently, she worked as a reporter for the radio station Voice of America and interviewed American film sizes for Italian broadcasts. At the same time she gave in 1946 in the role of Mrs. Martini her film debut in the classic Is not life beautiful?.
During her varied career she wrote a lot and appeared in daily radio shows. She was a member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and has written numerous reports of Hollywood stars, described books and music and has performed in more than 57 TV programs and 68 films in which she played mostly multi-ethnic roles. She wants to continue a weekly blog on the Internet, the Argentina Brunetti 's Hollywood Stories called himself, and her son. He also wrote a biography of his mother, entitled In Sicilian Company.
Argentina Brunetti was buried in the Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City.