Alessandro Ruspoli, 9th Prince of Cerveteri

Alessandro Ruspoli, 9th Prince of Cerveteri

Prince of Cerveteri
Born Dec 9, 1924

Alessandro "Dado", Principe Ruspoli was an occasional actor and a playboy and eccentric aristocrat, the 9th Principe di Cerveteri, 9th Marchese di Riano and 14th Conte di Vignanello, who is said to have inspired Federico Fellini into making his famous movie La Dolce Vita. He was the first cousin once removed of Brazilian director Jayme Monjardim.… Read More

related links


Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Alessandro Ruspoli, 9th Prince of Cerveteri.


1924 Birth Dado was born in Rome in 1924. … Read More


1947 23 Years Old He married firstly in Rome on December 8, 1947 Nobile Francesca dei Baroni Blanc (Rome, June 27, 1920 – Milan, February 27, 1962), daughter of Nobile Mario dei Baroni Blanc and wife Anita Felici, without issue.


1964 40 Years Old He married secondly at Vignanello on May 5, 1964, later divorced, Nancy de Girard de Charbonnières (Pouillon, April 18, 1939 –), daughter of Roger Jean de Girard de Charbonnières and wife Andrée Marie Pommarede, and had issue, an only son: … Read More


1993 69 Years Old He married thirdly in Rome on November 20, 1993 Theresa Patricia Genest, and had issue, a daughter and a son:
2005 81 Years Old Died in 2005.
Original Authors of this text are noted on,_9th_Prince_of_Cerveteri.
Text is made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License.