Carlos Eduardo Bouças Dolabella Filho (born July 20, 1980 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) is a Brazilian actor and singer. His parents are actor Carlos Eduardo Dolabella and actress Pepita Rodríguez.
Alessandro "Dado", Principe Ruspoli (Rome, December 9, 1924 – Rome, January 11, 2005) was an occasional actor and a playboy and eccentric aristocrat, the 9th Principe di Cerveteri, 9th Marchese di Riano and 14th Conte di Vignanello, who is said to have inspired Federico Fellini into making his famous movie La Dolce Vita. He was the first cousin once removed of Brazilian director Jayme Monjardim. His paternal grandmother's mother, wife of Don Antonio Duca Lante Montefeltro della Rovere, was Mathilda (Tilly) Davis, daughter of wealthy New York real estate developer Thomas E. Davis. Dado's great-great-great-great-great-uncle was Bartolomeo Ruspoli. He was also the former father-in-law of actress Olivia Wilde, father-in-law of Aileen Getty (former daughter-in-law of Elizabeth Taylor), and a fifth cousin of actor Bart Ruspoli.
Diosdado P. Banatao (born May 23, 1946), is a Filipino entrepreneur and engineer working in the high-tech industry. He was born in a small barrio of Malabbac in the town of Iguig, Cagayan, Philippines. A three-time start-up veteran, he co-founded Mostron, Chips and Technologies, and S3 Graphics.
Dado Villa-Lobos (born June 29, 1965 in Brussels, Belgium) is a Brazilian musician, best known as the ex-guitarist of post-punk band Legião Urbana. Along with singer Renato Russo and drummer Marcelo Bonfá, he was one of the founding members of that band, who formed in Brasília in 1982. Villa-Lobos remained with the band through all of their studio albums, until the group dissolved after the 1996 death of Russo. In 2005, he released his first solo album, Jardim de Cáctus.
Dado Marino, was a flyweight boxer from Honolulu, Hawaii, who became World flyweight champion in 1950. He also boxed as a bantamweight, and unsuccessfully fought for the World bantamweight title.
Damir "Dado" Polumenta (born 29 August 1982) is a Montenegrin dance-pop recording artist.
Adolf "Dado" Topić (born September 4, 1949 in Siverić, Croatia, FPR Yugoslavia) is a singer who sang the entry from Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 together with the band Dragonfly. He is one of the rock musicians of Croatia and the former Yugoslavia. He was the lead singer of Time, a 1970s progressive rock band. From 1970 to late 1971, he was also the lead singer of the popular prog-rock band Korni Grupa (also known as The Kornelyans).
Jadranko "Dado" Džihan (also credited as Dado Jehan, Waves and Patterns) (born 24 May 1964 in Sarajevo, SR Bosnia-Herzegovina, SFR Yugoslavia) is a composer, music producer and sound master from Bosnia and Herzegovina. A member of New Primitives, Top lista nadrealista an art movement of Sarajevo of the early 1980s. From 1991, based in London. Works as a composer.
Dado (born as Miodrag Đurić, 1933–2010), was a Yugoslavian-born artist who spent most of his life and creative career in France. He is particularly known as a painter but was also active as an engraver, drawer, book illustrator and sculptor.
Edgardo "Dado" Moroni (born October 20, 1962) is an Italian jazz pianist and composer.
Dženaldin "Dado" Hamzagić (born April 28, 1986 in Bosanski Novi) is a Bosnian footballer.
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