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    Another one who got very lucky in the genetics lottery: Turkish actor Akin Akinozu, who also studied Mathematics at Berkely. Life is just not fair. :)



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    He reminds me my countryman here from BH, actor Daniel de Oliveira.








    However, I prefer the beauty of his wife, actress Sophie Charlotte, of course.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Duarte View Post
    He reminds me my countryman here from BH, actor Daniel de Oliveira.








    However, I prefer the beauty of his wife, actress Sophie Charlotte, of course.

    OMG, he really does! They could be brothers. Also gorgeous, needless to say. :)

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    My type is Monica Bellucci, white european and essentially brunette.

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    I just love this guy (and his wife). Started following them because of their youtube station chronicling their trips by van over half of the world it seems. Only then did I see his ads and his stint on Dancing in Italy.

    The poor thing has had three strokes, and although they think it's from a tear in the lining of his spine and they think they can fix it, he, she, and their gorgeous infant daughter have really been suffering. In the last video today he broke down for a few seconds, and so did I. I think: what if it were my son? I hope all will be well.

    Anyway, he's from Torino (the family name seems to be from the Lombard speaking area of Piemonte, but I'm not sure). I think he's just gorgeous; more so now that he has cut the hair. I wish he'd trim the beard a bit. A lot of this is projection; he looks a lot like my son, who also has a mane of hair he puts up in a bun for work, and a big beard, although more reddish.







    Even has my son's long, lean, fine boned frame.


    DaVinci was universally acclaimed for being beautiful in his youth; perhaps a similar type before he aged?




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    Finished watching the Bastards of Pizzofalcone and I found this actress to be absolutely stunning. Photos don't do her justice; much more beautiful on "film".

    Simona Tabasco, Neapolitan.



    Lovely, natural smile and sweet expression in the eyes, I think.


    There's another attractive Neapolitan actress in the show, although not as beautiful as this (The whole cast, in fact,apart from Alessandro Gassman, whom I found as wooden as ever, and a Roman actress is Neapolitan, which means they "sound" right, and it makes the show more realistic and enjoyable.)

    Maria Vera Ratti:

    Less fake and more attractive, imo, in the series.


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    Gina Lollobrigida, dead at 95.

    Most beautiful, to me, without all the heavy make-up and extreme outfits, but still, always beautiful, and a woman for whom in a lot of roles, the word "sultry" might have been invented.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    Gina Lollobrigida, dead at 95.

    Most beautiful, to me, without all the heavy make-up and extreme outfits, but still, always beautiful, and a woman for whom in a lot of roles, the word "sultry" might have been invented.



    Though I'm not very familiar with her and her movie since she was way before my time, she was indeed lovely to look at and very sensual. And what a great age she has reached! May she rest in peace!
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    The Belle Epoque definitely had an ideal of beauty, and the women who rose from quasi-or-actual prostitution to become acclaimed beauties and courtesans exemplified it.

    Cleo de Nerode, a ballerina at the Paris Opera and later the Folies Bergere, who claimed to be the illegitimate daughter of a German aristocrat, and whose "postcards" were everywhere, was one of them.

    That hairstyle, which she claimed to develop because she was growing out her fringe, but which one can also see in Renaissance portraits, became a sensation and was copied throughout France and the rest of Europe.

    She was indeed beautiful.






    Reminds me of the scandalous Evelyn Nesbit, although she needs to use lip rouge to try to make her mouth smaller. The famous architect Stanford White spent a fortune on her, plied her with drink, and ultimately took her virginity when she was only14. When she later told her multi-millionaire husband he shot White to death.


    Also the famous actress Maude Feely...



    Lina Cavalleri, not of the demi-monde, but a woman also celebrated for her beauty of whom postcasts were sold all over Europe.


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    My beauty ideal is my girlfriend.
    But, Kaya Scodelario is cute, too. :)

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