His father, Giovanni Antonio Giuseppe Fedele Guglielmi di Valentina d'Antonguella, was Italian ; he was a captain of cavalry in the Italian Army, later a veterinarian,  who died of malaria when Rodolfo was 11 years of age. His mother coddled him, while his father disapproved of him. Unable to secure employment, he departed for the United States in New York[ edit ] Valentino around the late s Arriving in New York City, he supported himself with odd jobs such as busing tables in restaurants and gardening. While he was living on the streets, Valentino would occasionally come back to Murray's for lunch and the staff would slip him some food. Valentino eventually befriended Chilean heiress Blanca de Saulles , who was unhappily married to businessman John de Saulles , with whom she had a son.
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Valentino was born in Italy in , but left for New York shortly after he turned He worked as a dancer and befriended a Chilean heiress named Blanca de Saulles. It is unknown if Valentino and Blanca had a romantic relationship, but when she finally divorced her husband, Valentino defended her in her child custody suit. The scandal meant that Valentino had a difficult time finding work. When Blanca shot her ex-husband to death, Valentino fled to Los Angeles, fearing being brought in on another sensational trial. In Los Angeles, Valentino continued with his dancing, teaching dance to a wealthy, older clientele.
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Born in in Italy, Valentino came to the United States in All of 18, the young Valentino went on to support himself by doing odd jobs — by the time he found fame in Hollywood, the Italian had worked as a gardener, taxi dancer and had associations with unhappy, wealthy women who paid handsomely for the company of such a good-looking, exotic young man. Valentino, on the other hand, was the exact opposite and far more refined.
Valentino quickly befriended a Chilean heiress, which might have seemed like a good idea, but she was unhappily married to a well-connected businessman named John de Saulles. But his refined, European and youthful appearance at the trial had some reporters questioning his masculinity in print, and John de Saulles used his clout to have the young dancer jailed for a few days on a trumped-up vice charge. Not long after the trial, Blanca de Saulles shot her husband to death over custody of their son, and Valentino, unwilling to stick around for another round of testimony and unfavorable press, fled for the West Coast, shedding the name Rodolpho Guglielmi forever. In California, Valentino began landing bit parts in films and, as he did in New York, building a clientele of older wealthy women who would pay for dance instruction. So charming was the young Italian that he would often show up at movie auditions driving fancy cars his clients had lent him.