Don Ottavio, Donna Anna's useless tenor boyfriend in Mozart's Don Giovanni.
Ottavio Farnese (9 October 1521 - September 18, 1586) was Duke of Parma and Piacenza from 1556 to 1586 and Duke of Castro in 1545-1547 and from 1547 until his death.
Ottavio Giovanni Battista Assarotti (1753 in Genoa – 1829) was an Italian philanthropist and first to open a school for deaf-mutes in Italy.
Ottavio Barbieri (10 April 1899 - 28 December 1949) was an Italian football midfielder and manager from Genoa. As a player he was a one club man and spent his entire career at hometown side Genoa. As a manager, in 1933/1934 season he leaded L'Aquila Calcio, winning 1st Division Championship and bringing the team in serie B for the 1st time. Then, Barbieri worked with Atalanta in serie B since 1936 to 1938, before coming back to Genoa in 1939.

On the international level, Barbieri most notably represented Italy at the 1924 Summer Olympics.
Ottavio Baussano - Italian painter.
Ottavio Bianchi (born October 6, 1943) is an Italian former football player and coach. Bianchi was born in Brescia. During his playing days, he has won two caps for Italy, and played for a number of teams, including Brescia, Napoli, Atalanta, Milan and Cagliari.

He is best remembered for being the coach of Napoli from 1985 to 1989, a team consisting of great players such as Diego Maradona and Careca, which won its first of two Serie A titles in the 1986-87 season. He also led the team to the Coppa Italia title in 1987, and the UEFA Cup title in 1989. Other teams he has coached include Como, Atalanta, Roma, Inter and Fiorentina.
Ottavio Bottecchia (1 August 1894 - 14 June 1927) was an Italian cyclist and the first Italian champion of the Tour de France.
Ottavio Bugatti - Italian football player.
Ottavio Missoni - Italian stylist.

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