Alessandro Cerveteri
Prince of Cerveteri
Alessandro Cerveteri
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.
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  • 2005
    Age 80
    Died in 2005.
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  • 1993
    Age 68
    He married thirdly in Rome on November 20, 1993 Theresa Patricia Genest, and had issue, a daughter and a son:
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  • 1964
    Age 39
    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:
    More Details Hide Details Between marriages he had two sons by actress Debra Berger (March 17, 1957 –), daughter of William Berger's first marriage:
  • 1947
    Age 22
    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.
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  • 1924
    Dado was born in Rome in 1924.
    More Details Hide Details His mother and father's first wife Claudia dei Conti Matarazzo, who died when he was 9, was heiress to one of the largest fortunes in Brazil. His father Francesco Ruspoli, 8th Prince of Cerveteri, later a poet, fought in both world wars. Dado became known for his extravagant lifestyle in the 1950s and 60s. He was friends with Brigitte Bardot, Salvador Dalí, Truman Capote, Roger Vadim, Roman Polanski, Emmanuelle Arsan and many others.
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