Synonyms for perruccio or Related words with perruccio

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Examples of "perruccio"
He married Maria Coco, and they had one son, Avolio. From him four children were born: Sigismondo, Porzia, Camilla and Laura. Sigismondo married Ottavia Calefato in Francavilla, and Porzia married Angelo Perruccio di Leverano
Marzio was born Duilio Bruno Perruccio La Stella in Buenos Aires to Sicilian immigrants, in 1923. He enrolled at the University of Buenos Aires Law School, obtaining a "juris doctor". Shortly afterwards, however, his interest in the theatre lured him away from his post in a local law firm, and he first starred on the stage in 1949 opposite Paulina Singerman in Antonio Cunill Cabanellas' "Fin de semana" ("Weekend").
A life-member of the Actors Studio, having studied there under Lee Strasberg, De Sapio began teaching there as well In the early 1980s. In 1985 she co-founded with Giuseppe Perruccio the Duse Studio in New York City, an international centre for training in acting, film production and theater. In 1987, Duse moved to Montecatini Terme, Italy, and then to its current base in Rome.