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Silvio Berlusconi

Silvio BerlusconiBorn: 29-Sep-1936
Birthplace: Milan, Italy

Gender: Male
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Head of State
Party Affiliation: See Note [1]

Nationality: Italy
Executive summary: Former Prime Minister of Italy

Silvio Berlusconi is the richest man in Italy and the thirty-seventh richest in the world. Owns most of the major television media in his country, and got reliably favorable coverage as he ran for Prime Minister.

Net worth with family $9.4B (Forbes 2008).

[1] Forza Italia.

Father: Luigi Berlusconi
Mother: Rosella
Sister: Maria Antonietta (b. 1943)
Brother: Paolo (b. 1949)
Wife: Carla Dell'Oglio (m. 1965, div., one son, one daughter)
Son: Pier Silvio
Daughter: Marina
Wife: Veronica Lario (m. 1990, sep. 2009, one son, two daughters)
Son: Luigi
Daughter: Eleonora
Daughter: Barbara

    Law School: University of Milan, Milan, Italy (1961)

    Prime Minister of Italy (8-May-2008 to 12-Nov-2011)
    Prime Minister of Italy (11-Jun-2001 to 17-May-2006)
    Prime Minister of Italy (27-Apr-1994 to 17-Jan-1995)
    Dubya Ranch Hand Jul-2003
    Perjury convicted 1990 (covered by 1989 amnesty)
    Bribery convicted (reversed on appeal)
    Tax Evasion acquitted
    Tax Fraud convicted 2012
    Funeral: Ronald Reagan (2004)
    Fainted (26-Nov-2006)
    Assassination Attempt 13-Dec-2009 (attacked with a scale model of a cathedral, Milan)
    Risk Factors: Prostate Cancer, Sciatica, Pacemaker

    Videocracy (2009) · Himself

Appears on the cover of:
The Economist, 2-Aug-2003, DETAILS: Dear Mr Berlusconi... Our challenge to Italy's prime minister

Selected albums:
True Love (2011)

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