- RudolphRodolpho d'Antonguolla, 1895–1926, U.S. motion-picture actor, born in Italy.
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A few weeks later, Valentino and her pal, an aspiring actress named Meg Foster, met Cosby again at Café Figaro.
“I reached out, grabbing him, trying to get his attention, trying to distract him,” Valentino told The Post.
But the New York City Ballet seems to have found the answer: Valentino.How High Fashion Saved the Ballet
October 13, 2014
Both discount retail stores (Target) and high-end luxury brands (Valentino & YSL) have regularly enlisted him for campaigns.Speed Read: Terry Richardson on Sex, Lies, and Lindsay Lohan
June 16, 2014
The film is directed by Frédéric Tcheng, who has worked on documentaries on Diana Vreeland and Valentino.Cara Delevingne Gets a TV Gig; Dior Documentary to Debut at Tribeca Film Festival
The Fashion Beast Team
March 5, 2014
As well might he have sent him a hundred figs wherewith to pelt the army of Valentino!The Shame of Motley
At exactly the same time the Duke of Valentino made his entry.Lucretia Borgia
Reporters liked to write him up as the Valentino of the Robots.The Love of Frank Nineteen
David Carpenter Knight
Valentino and Castelvetro, not answering the citation, were excommunicated.The Duchess of Trajetto
That's a thing one does not find every day at Mabille's or at Valentino's!The Galley Slave's Ring
- Rudolph, original name Rodolpho Guglielmi di Valentina d'Antonguolla. 1895–1926, US silent-film actor, born in Italy. He is famous for his romantic roles in such films as The Sheik (1921)
Word Origin and History for valentino
"gigolo, good-looking romantic man," 1927, from Italian-born U.S. movie actor Rudolph Valentino (1895-1926), who was adored by female fans. His full name was Rodolfo Guglielmi di Valentino.