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Gonzalo Mastriani Gonzalo Mathías Mastriani Borges (born 28 April 1993) is a Uruguayan footballer who plays for Sud América.
Gonzalo Mastriani He has been capped by the Uruguay national under-20 football team.
Francesco Mastriani Francesco Mastriani (1819–1891) was an Italian novelist. Mastriani wrote in a variety of genres. One of his most successful was "The Blind Woman of Sorrento" (1852). In the twentieth century a number of his novels were turned into films.
Maya Ajmera Maya Ajmera is married to David Hutzler Hollander Jr., a partner at Adduci, Mastriani & Schaumberg. They have one daughter.
The Blind Woman of Sorrento (novel) The Blind Woman of Sorrento (Italian:La cieca di Sorrento) is a novel by the Italian writer Francesco Mastriani which was first published in 1852.
The Blind Woman of Sorrento (1916 film) The Blind Woman of Sorrento (Italian:La cieca di Sorrento) is a 1916 Italian silent drama film directed by Gustavo Serena and starring Alfredo De Antoni, Olga Benetti and Carlo Benetti. It is set in the nineteenth century in Sorrento in southern Italy. It is an adaptation of the 1852 novel of the same title by Francesco Mastriani. Subsequent adaptations were made in 1934, 1952 and 1963.
The Blind Woman of Sorrento (1934 film) The Blind Woman of Sorrento (Italian:La cieca di Sorrento) is a 1934 Italian drama film directed by Nunzio Malasomma and starring Dria Paola, Corrado Racca and Dino Di Luca. It is an adaptation of the 1852 novel of the same title by Francesco Mastriani. The novel has been adapted into film on two other occasions: the 1916 silent "The Blind Woman of Sorrento" and "The Blind Woman of Sorrento".
The Blind Woman of Sorrento (1952 film) The Blind Woman of Sorrento (Italian:La cieca di Sorrento) is a 1952 Italian historical drama film directed by Giacomo Gentilomo and starring Antonella Lualdi, Paul Campbell and Enzo Biliotti. The film is based on the novel of the same title by Francesco Mastriani and is the third time that it has been filmed. It is set in the nineteenth century in Sorrento in southern Italy.
Caterina Scorsone Scorsone had her breakthrough after landing the leading role in the Lifetime crime drama series "1-800-Missing", from 2003 to 2006. She played the part of Jess Mastriani, a young woman who sees missing persons in visions. After Jess saved some missing persons, she joined the FBI, where a special squad was formed around her, to find missing persons. In 2009, she starred as Alice Hamilton on the Showcase TV miniseries "Alice" which was later broadcast on Syfy in America.
Missing (Canadian TV series) The series is centered on Jess Mastriani, played by Caterina Scorsone, a woman in her twenties who receives psychic abilities after being hit by lightning. She is employed by a special FBI Task Force because she has visions which, once interpreted, contain clues that will help her find missing people. The series initially starred Gloria Reuben as Brooke Haslett, Jess's skeptical partner. Other stars of the series during its first season included Justina Machado as Sunny Estrada, and Dean McDermott as Alan Coyle. Alberta Watson appeared in the pilot as Jess' mother, however; the part was later recast and Watson did not appear on the show again.