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Monica Bellucci

Monica Anna Maria Bellucci (, born 30 September 1964) '' Notable Names Database (NNDB) ''. Accessed 7 June 2013 is an Italian actress and fashion model. Bellucci began her career as a model and made a transition to Italian films. She played the role of Persephone in the 2003 science-fiction films '' PersephoneThe Matrix Reloaded '' and '' PersephoneThe Matrix ReloadedThe Matrix Revolutions ,'' PersephoneThe Matrix ReloadedThe Matrix RevolutionsMary Magdalene in the 2004 biblical drama '' PersephoneThe... read more


Bellucci is an Italian surname, derived from the adjective ''bello'' ("beautiful"). Notable people with the surname include: read more

Giovanni Bellucci

Giovanni Bellucci (born Rome, August 31, 1965) is an Italian pianist.After having inadvertently discovered the piano, when he was already fourteen, he started studying at the ‘S. Cecilia’ Conservatoire in Rome under the direction of Franco Medori. After having taken his degree ''summa cum laude'' and honourable mention, he was awarded a "Master" at the Accademia Pianistica in Imola. As a result he could subsequently claim amongst his contacts artists of the stature of Paul Badura-Skoda, Alfred... read more

Richard Bellucci

Richard Bellucci (April 22, 1914December 22, 2005) was an American inventor, surgeon and an otolaryngologist, inventor of the Bellucci micro scissors, noted for his work in the field of microscopic ear surgery, the president of the American Otological Society, and chairman of otolaryngology at New York Medical College and the Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital. Bellucci pioneered in use of the stapedectomy to successfully treat patients with ostosclerosis and hearing impairment. He was pioneered... read more

Cleto Bellucci

Cleto Bellucci (April 23, 1921 – March 7, 2013) was an Italian Prelate of Roman Catholic Church.Cleto Bellucci was born in Ancona, Italy and ordained a priest on January 27, 1946. Bellucci was appointed auxiliary archbishop of the Diocese of Taranto on March 15, 1969 as well as titular bishop of Melzi and ordained bishop on May 14, 1969. Bellucci was appointed Coadjutor bishop to the Archdiocese of Fermo on July 9, 1973, and succeeded Norberto Perini after his retirement on June 21, 1976. Bellucci... read more

Sandro Bellucci

Sandro Bellucci (born 21 February 1955 in Lanuvio) is a retired Italian race walker.==Biography==He won two medals, at senior level, at the International athletics competitions. Heparticipated at two editions of the Summer Olympics (1984 and 1988), he has 31 caps in national team from 1974 to 1991.==External links==Category:Athletes (track and field) at the 1984 Summer OlympicsCategory:Athletes (track and field) at the 1988 Summer OlympicsCategory:Olympic bronze medalists for ItalyCategory:Medalists... read more

Claudio Bellucci

Claudio Bellucci (born 31 May 1975) is an Italian association footballer who plays as a striker.==Football career==Bellucci started his career with Sampdoria, making his Serie A debut against A.C. Milan on 13 March 1994, at the age of 18. He made one more appearance for the Genoa-based side, before being loaned to Fiorenzuola of Serie C1. In his first game after his return to Sampdoria, on 20 April 1995, he scored two goals in the 83rd and 86th minute of the 1994–95 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup return... read more

Antonio Bellucci

Antonio Bellucci (1654–1726) was an Italian soldier who became a painter of the Rococo period and was best known for his work in England, Germany, and Austria. He was one of the many Venetian-trained artists of his time, including Ricci, Tiepolo, Amigoni, and others, who sought commissions north of Italy, providing patrons with the then-popular Italianate grand-manner frescoes for private palaces.==Biography==Born and died in Pieve di Soligo. He initially trained with Domenico Difnico in Sebenico... read more

Thomaz Bellucci

Thomaz Cocchiarali Bellucci (born 30 December 1987) is a Brazilian professional tennis player. He achieved a career-high singles ranking of World No. 21 in July 2010.Bellucci used a string of ATP Challenger Tour victories early in 2008 to break into the top 100 rankings of the ATP World Tour as a 20-year-old. He has won 4 ATP World Tour titles (the 2009 and 2012 Swiss Open, the 2010 Movistar Open and the 2015 Geneva Open) and reached the semi-finals of the 2011 Madrid Masters.==Playing style==Thomaz's... read more

Paolo Bellucci

Paolo Bellucci (born 18 January 1986, in Gualdo Tadino) is an Italian association football forward who currently plays for A.S. Gualdo Calcio. read more

Carlos Bellucci

Carlos Bellucci (1895–1953) was an Argentine actor who appeared in thirty one films during his career. He also appeared frequently on stage.Pellettieri p.66== External links ==Category:20th-century Argentine male actors read more

Valentino Bellucci

Valentino Bellucci (Weinheim, 1975) is an Italian philosopher,http://www.ilfattoquotidiano.it/2016/07/14/popsophia-da-pitagora-a-guerre-stellari/2905646/ sociologist, poet, painter and essayist.== Biography ==He taught "History and critical analysis of the video-theater" at the Academy of Fine Arts in Macerata.http://www.delleali.it/…/Artaud_VanGogh_e_le_immagini_divor…Giordano Bruno Guerri cita i suoi scritti su Van Gogh nella sua opera, ''Follia? Vita di Vincent Van Gogh'', Bompiani, Milano... read more

Morton Sherman Bellucci

Morton (Jo Casters), Sherman (Herman Gillis) and Belluci (Roland Beelen) were among the founders of the New Beat musical trend that started in Belgium and expanded to elsewhere in Western Europe in 1987. - A ''New Musical Express'' article by Richard Norris of The Grid Combined, they released over 100 recordings under various names in less than a year during the peak of the movement.== Aliases ==The nickname "Morton-Sherman-Belucci" is allegedly a parody on the prolific 1980s Hi-NRG producer team... read more

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Jake bellucci

This page is an archive of the proposed deletion of the article below. Further comments should be made on the article's talk page, if it exists; or after the end of this archived section. The result of the debate was delete. CDC (talk) 8 July 2005 22:20 (UTC)===Jake bellucci===Unnotable, obviously no reason to be here SqueakBox July 1, 2005 20:03 (UTC) read more

Monica Dacon

Dame Monica Jessie Dacon, née Sheen DBE , CMG (born 4 June 1934) is a former CMGSaint Vincent and the Grenadines schoolteacher, educator and politician. She is the widow of parliamentarian St. Clair Dacon., oas.org; accessed 1 September 2014.She attended The Girls' High School and passed both the Cambridge School Certificate and the Cambridge Higher School Certificate. In 1952 she began teaching at her alma mater and the Boys’ Grammar School. She would return to the Girls' High School eleven... read more


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