Camilleri (; Italian: [kamilˈlɛri]) is a common surname in Malta and, to a lesser extent, in Italy (most typically in Sicily). The surname is believed to have originated in the 12th century and derives from the Latin term "camelarius" (camel driver, cameleer). Notable people with the surname include: Andrea Camilleri, Sicilian writer Antoine Camilleri, Maltese artist Antoine Camilleri, Maltese official of the Roman Curia of the Catholic Church Anya Camilleri, British film director Charles Camilleri, Maltese composer Chris Camilleri (rugby), former Welsh rugby union and rugby league footballer David Camilleri, Maltese professional football (soccer) player Davina Camilleri, better known as Davina Barbara, Gibraltarian radio and television presenter Joe Camilleri, Australian vocalist, songwriter and saxophonist Joseph Camilleri, Egypt-born Maltese-Australian social scientist and minor philosopher Katrine Camilleri Lisa Camilleri, Australian professional squash player Louis C. Camilleri, chairman and CEO of Philip Morris International
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