Don Lorenzo Salviati
Don Lorenzo Salviati is an American-Italian actor famous for being the ex-husband of well-known American actress Beverly D’ Angelo.
|Full Name||Don Lorenzo Salviati|
|Father||Don Forese Salviati|
|Mother||Maria Grazia Grawonska|
|Ex-Wife||Beverly D’ Angelo (1981 - 1995)|
Where was Don born and raised?
Don Lorenzo Salviati was born in Italy as a son of a father, Don Forese Salviati, and a mother, Maria Grazia Grawonska. She has a sister named Lorenzo Salviati. His age and zodiac sign still have a question mark as he hides his actual birth date.
Salviati holds American-Italian nationality, and as per her ethnic background, he belongs to mixed ethnicity.
Don Lorenzo Salviati spent his childhood happily with his family and grew up nicely in a good environment with his sister. However, when it comes to his family members, he likes to remain quiet as he is very secretive about his personal life.
Besides this, he attended the University of South California, where he did his study on Business. But his early educational background information is still missing.
How did Don start his career?
Don Lorenzo Salviati is an actor who made his appearance as Bar Piano Player in the movie “National Lampoon’s Vacation” in 1983. Further, he has not made an appearance in any movies and series in his career but gained popularity because of his famous wife Beverly D’ Angelo, a well-known American actress.
Beverly has made her appearances in several hit movies and series in her career, which includes “Coal Miner’s Daughter”, “A Streetcar Named Desire”, “Hair”, “American History X,” and more. In 1977, she started her film career after being cast in the American movie “Annie Hall”.
Further, she also played roles in the movies like “Paternity”, “In the Mood”, “The Pope hearts”, “All American Christmas Carol” and more. In addition, she will also appear as Mamie Lang in the American comedy-drama movie “The Good House”.
Besides this, she also appeared in several series like “Slow Bum”, “A Child Lost Forever: The Jerry Sherwood Story”, “Lansky,” and more.
Who is the ex-wife of Salviati?
Don Lorenzo Salviati was previously married to his ex-wife Beverly D’Angelo, whose real name is Beverly Heather D’ Angelo. She is a well-known American actress best known for her appearance in the movie “National Lampoon’s Vacation”.
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The couple exchanged their vows in 1981, and they lived together a happy life for some years. But their relationship didn’t remain the same, so that the former couple divorced in 1995. After that, his ex-wife D’Angelo started having a romantic relationship with a late English production designer Anthony Francis “Anton” Furst, who took his own life in 1991.
Likewise, she fell in love with American actor and filmmaker Alfredo James Pacino where the couple dated each other from 1997 to 2003. They have twins, son and daughter named Anton James Pacino and Olivia Rose, respectively, conceived through IVF.
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Currently, Don Lorenzo Salviati is living his own life, and he has kept himself far from the media so that his current relationship status is still a mystery. On the other hand, Beverly is also living her own life, taking care of her children.
Don Lorenzo Salviati is a good-looking man who looks perfect with his brown hair and brown eyes. However, further information about his physical statistics including his height, weight, body measurements, and more still has a question mark.
Salviati is not active on social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and more as he is a kind of secretive personality.
A good-looking, active and talented Don Lorenzo Salviati is an actor who grabbed people’s attention as an ex-husband of famous American actress Beverly D’ Angelo. He must be living a standard life, but his net worth information is missing, whereas Beverly has an estimated net worth of $20 million.
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