Officeholders similar to or like Domenico Modugno

Italian singer, songwriter, actor, guitarist, and later in life, a member of the Italian Parliament. Wikipedia

  • Ilona Staller

    Hungarian-Italian former porn star, politician, and singer. Born in Budapest, Hungary. Wikipedia

  • Francesco Cossiga

    Italian politician. Prime Minister of Italy from 1979 to 1980 and the eighth President of Italy from 1985 to 1992. Wikipedia

  • Diodato

    Italian singer-songwriter. Scheduled to represent Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, before it was cancelled by the EBU on 18 March 2020. Wikipedia

  • Eugenio Scalfari

    Italian journalist, editor of the news magazine L'espresso (1963–1968), former member of parliament in the Italian Chamber of Deputies (1968–1972), co-founder of the newspaper La Repubblica and its editor from 1976 to 1996. Article related to his interview with Pope Francis stating that the pontiff made claims that hell did not exist. Wikipedia

  • Amintore Fanfani

    Italian politician and statesman, who served as 32nd Prime Minister of Italy for five separate terms. One of the best-known Italian politicians after the Second World War, and a historical figure of the left-wing faction of Christian Democracy. Wikipedia

  • Matteo Renzi

    Italian politician who served as Prime Minister of Italy from 2014 to 2016. He has been a Senator for Florence since 2018. Wikipedia

  • Marco Mengoni

    Italian singer-songwriter. He rose to fame in 2009, after winning the third season of Italian talent show X Factor. Wikipedia

  • Bettino Craxi

    Italian politician, leader of the Italian Socialist Party from 1976 to 1993 and Prime Minister of Italy from 1983 to 1987. The first Italian Socialist Party member to become Prime Minister and the third from a socialist party to hold the office. Wikipedia

  • Renato Rascel

    Italian film actor, singer, and songwriter. He appeared in 50 films between 1942 and 1972. Wikipedia

  • Giulio Andreotti

    Italian politician and statesman who served as the 41st Prime Minister of Italy (1972–1973, 1976–79 and 1989–92) and leader of the Christian Democracy party; he was the sixth longest-serving Prime Minister since the Italian Unification and the second longest-serving post-war Prime Minister, after Silvio Berlusconi. Widely considered the most powerful and prominent politician of the so-called First Republic. Wikipedia

  • Emma Marrone

    Italian pop singer, songwriter, records producer and TV personality. After working with several bands, she won the Italian talent show Amici di Maria De Filippi in March 2010, and signed a contract with record label Universal Music. Wikipedia

  • Daniele Capezzone

    Italian journalist and ex politician. Secretary of the Italian Radicals, a liberal, pro-market economy, libertarian movement associated with the Transnational Radical Party. Wikipedia

  • List of members of the Italian Antimafia Commission, a bicameral body of the Italian Parliament, composed of members from the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate. Commission of inquiry into, initially, the "phenomenon of the Mafia". Wikipedia

  • Alessandra Mussolini

    Italian politician, the granddaughter of Italian fascist dictator Benito Mussolini, and a former actress and model who served as a Member of the European Parliament for Forza Italia. Member of the Chamber of Deputies from 2008 to 2013 and the Italian Senate from 2013 to 2014, she was elected under The People of Freedom which is now part of Forza Italia. Wikipedia

  • Giuliano Pisapia

    Italian lawyer, politician, former mayor of Milan, former member of the Italian Parliament and member of the European Parliament. Endorsed by a large left-wing coalition, after winning the primary election of the Centre-left with the strong support of Nichi Vendola's Left Ecology Freedom. Wikipedia

  • Gianni Cuperlo

    Italian politician, a member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies and former President of the Democratic Party. Born 3 September 1961 in Trieste. Wikipedia

  • Sergio Endrigo

    Italian singer-songwriter. Born in Pola, Istria in Italy (now Pula, Croatia), he has been often compared—for style and nature—to authors of the so-called "Genoa school" like Gino Paoli, Fabrizio De André, Luigi Tenco, and Bruno Lauzi. Wikipedia

  • Gerry Scotti

    Italian television presenter, actor and former member of the Italian Parliament. Born Virginio Scotti on August 7, 1956 in Miradolo Terme, Pavia. Wikipedia

  • Laura Pausini

    Italian singer-songwriter and television personality. Encouraged by her father to join him during his performances in local piano bars. Wikipedia

  • 2006 Italian general election

    Held on 9 and 10 April 2006. Romano Prodi, leader of the centre-left coalition The Union, narrowly defeated the incumbent Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, leader of the centre-right coalition House of Freedoms. Wikipedia

  • Roberto Giachetti

    Italian politician, member of Italia Viva and of the Transnational Radical Party. He has been a member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies since 2001. Wikipedia

  • Carla Mazzuca Poggiolini

    Professional journalist and Italian politician who served in both chambers of the Italian Parliament. Wife of Danilo Poggiolini. Wikipedia

  • Willer Bordon

    Italian, academic, businessman and former politician who served in different cabinet posts at the end of the 1990s and 2000s. Born in Muggia, Trieste, on 16 January 1949. Wikipedia

  • Nel blu, dipinto di blu (song)

    Song originally recorded by Italian singer-songwriter Domenico Modugno. Released as a single on 1 February 1958. Wikipedia

  • Maria Antonietta Macciocchi

    Italian journalist, writer, feminist and politician, elected to the Italian Parliament in 1968 as an Italian Communist Party candidate and to the European Parliament in 1979 as candidate of the Radical Party. Born in Isola del Liri, the child of anti-fascists. Wikipedia

  • Lapo Pistelli

    Italian politician and Member of the (Chamber of Deputies) of the Italian Parliament, elected for the Italian Democratic Party. Head of the Foreign Affairs and International Relations Department. Wikipedia

  • Emma Bonino

    Italian politician. Senator for Rome. Wikipedia

  • Marco Pannella

    Italian politician, journalist and activist. Well known in his country for his nonviolence and civil rights' campaigns, like the right to divorce, the right to abortion, the legalization of cannabis and the definitive abolition of nuclear power. Wikipedia

  • Marco Rizzo

    Italian politician and was a Member of the European Parliament for the North-West with the Party of Italian Communists, Member of the Bureau of the European United Left - Nordic Green Left and is vice-chair of the European Parliament's Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection. Substitute for the Committee on Foreign Affairs and a vice-chair of the Wikipedia

Sentences

Sentences forDomenico Modugno

  • With these tricks up its sleeve, as both actors will be challenged in youth theater, Franco and Ciccio thanks to their friend Domenico Modugno began to pursue a film career as extras.Franco Franchi-Wikipedia
  • In the semi-final and the final, Meltem Cumbul warmed up the audience with a sing-a-long of Eurovision classic "Nel blu dipinto di blu (Volare)", originally by Domenico Modugno.Eurovision Song Contest 2004-Wikipedia
  • With these tricks up its sleeve, as both actors will be challenged in youth theater, Franco and Ciccio thanks to their friend Domenico Modugno began to pursue a film career as extras.Ciccio Ingrassia-Wikipedia
  • The internationally notable song Nel blu dipinto di blu, also known as Volare, was performed at this festival for the first time by Domenico Modugno in 1958.Sanremo-Wikipedia
  • Earlier in 1958, Domenico Modugno had caused astonishment by raising his hands in the air during his performance of Nel blu dipinto di blu ("Volare").Mina (Italian singer)-Wikipedia
  • The Italian entry was not picked up properly in some of the other countries, which meant that after all the other songs had been presented, Domenico Modugno had to perform his song again.Eurovision Song Contest 1958-Wikipedia

This will create an email alert.  Stay up to date on result for: Domenico Modugno