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Latin Lover

Latin lover is the stereotype of a passionate and attractive male of Latin or Romance European origin and phenotype. The term was first applied to Italian actor Rudolph Valentino.

Latin Lover or Latin Lovers may refer to:

Film and television

  • Latin Lovers (1953 film), American musical comedy film
  • Latin Lovers (1965 film), Italian comedy film
  • Latin Lover (2015 film), Italian comedy-drama film
  • Latin Lover (TV series), a telenovela
  • The Latin Lover, a Vatican Radio show hosted by Reginald Foster

    Music

  • Latin Lovers, pseudonym of DJ Chus with Beto Cerutti

    Albums

  • Latin Lover (album), an 1982 album by Gianna Nannini
  • Latin Lovers, 1999 album by Giovanni Marradi
  • Latin Lovers (2014 album), a compilation album by various artists
  • Latin for Lovers, album by Doris Day arr. Mort Garson
  • Songs for Latin Lovers, Ray Charles
  • Plays for Latin Lovers, London LL248 Stanley Black

    Songs

  • "Latin Lover", song by Gianna Nannini, 1982
  • "Latin Lover", song by Hello Sailor (band), 1977
  • "Latin Lover", song by Joe Bataan, 1980
  • "Latin Lover", song by Lelio Luttazzi, 1995
  • "Latin Lover", song by Louis Chedid, 1990
  • "Latin Lover", song by Mike Mainieri, 1977
  • "Latin Lover", song by Sacha Distel, 1986
  • "Latin Lovers", song by Monika Kruse, 2001
  • "Latin Lovers", song by The Cats, 1985
  • "Latin Lovers", song by Lee Ritenour from Festival, 1988
  • "Latin Lovers", song by Rational Youth from Rational Youth, 1983
  • "Latin Lovers", song by Ron Goodwin and His Orchestra, 1958

    Actors

  • Rudolph Valentino (1895–1926), Italian actor (the term Latin Lover was created for Valentino)
  • Enrico Caruso (1873–1921), Italian singer
  • Antonio Moreno (1887–1967) Spanish actor, later a naturalized U.S. citizen
  • Maurice Chevalier (1988-1972), French actor and singer
  • Ramón Novarro (1899–1968), Mexican actor
  • Charles Boyer (1899–1978), French actor, became a U.S. citizen in 1942
  • Jack La Rue (1902–1984), American actor
  • Cesar Romero (1907–1994), American actor
  • Don Ameche (1908–1993), American actor
  • Perry Como (1912–2001), American singer and actor
  • Victor Mature (1913–1999), American actor
  • Jean Marais (1913-1998), French actor
  • Robert Alda (1914-1986), American theatrical and film actor
  • Frank Sinatra (1915–1998), American singer and actor
  • Fernando Lamas (1915–1982), Argentine actor
  • Rossano Brazzi (1916-1994), Italian actor
  • Franco Fabrizi (1916-1995), Italian actor
  • Dean Martin (1917–1995), American singer, actor, producer
  • Massimo Girotti (1918-2003), Italian actor
  • Ricardo Montalbán (1920–2009), Mexican actor
  • Louis Jourdan (1921–2015), French actor
  • Yves Montand (1921–1991), French-Italian actor
  • Mario Lanza (1921–1959) American singer and actor
  • Marcello Mastroianni (1924–1996), Italian actor
  • Jacques Bergerac (1924–2014), French actor
  • Erno Crisa (1924-1968), Italian actor
  • Vic Damone (1928-2018), American pop and big band singer, actor, television entertainer
  • Julius La Rosa (1930–2016), American singer radio/television
  • John Saxon (born 1935), American actor
  • Bobby Darin (1936–1973), American singer and actor
  • Sal Mineo (1939–1976), American actor
  • Al Pacino (born 1940), American actor
  • Frankie Avalon (born 1940), American singer and actor
  • Robert De Niro (born 1943) American actor
  • Julio Iglesias (born 1943), Spanish singer
  • Sylvester Stallone (born 1946), American actor
  • John Travolta (born 1954), American actor
  • Andrea Bocelli (born 1958), Italian singer
  • Antonio Banderas (born 1960), Spanish actor
  • Latin Lover (Victor Ruiz) (born 1967), Mexican wrestler
  • Matt LeBlanc (born 1967), American actor
  • Chayanne (born 1968), Puerto Rican singer
  • Ricky Martin (born 1971), Puerto Rican singer
  • Jean Dujardin (born 1967), French actor and director
  • Enrique Iglesias (born 1975), Spanish singer
  • Maluma (born 1994), Colombian singer