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Mancini

Mancini (Italian pronunciation: ) is a surname of Italian origin which, etymologically, comes from the Italian noun mancino, literally meaning "left handed". It may refer to:

Contents

  • Art and literature 1
  • Film and television 2
  • Music 3
  • Politics and governance 4
  • Sports 5
  • Other 6

Art and literature

Film and television

  • Al Mancini, American actor, acting teacher and television writer
  • Robert Mancini, MTV News
  • Michael Mancini, character on Melrose Place (1992-1999) (2009)
  • Lucy Mancini, Maid of Honor at Connie Corleone's Wedding. Lucy had an affair with Sonny Corleone conceiving a child Vincent Santino Mancini - Godfather I & III
  • Vincent Mancini, illegitimate child of Sonny Corleone & Lucy Mancini. - Godfather III
  • Mr. Mancini, A violent and sneaky villain. Trouble and strife, Season four, Episode 21, The Bill.

Music

Politics and governance

Sports

Other

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