Fisichella is an Italian noble family (of Sicilian origin), currently present in around 130 Italian municipalities.References:
It's a Latin-based , feminine diminutive for fisicus (physician). It originated on the outskirts of Catania in the Middle Ages, probably to indicate the daughter of a physician.
Antoninus Phisichella, chaplain at Monasterium Album, Campanarazzu, ~1575-1600.Matrimonio famiglia Marchese Santonocito - May 22nd 1600 - Sorry Wikipedia blocked the url, type 16000522_Marchese Luca Santonocito Armenia_Matrimonio in Google
Francesco Fisichella, ambassador of the city of Catania at the court of Madrid since 1671.
Giuseppe Fisichella, judge of the High Court of the Kingdom of Sicily in 1770, 1772 and 1782.
(born 1841), priest and philosopher.
Domenico Fisichella (born 1935), politician and professor.
Salvatore Fisichella (born 1943), tenor.
Rino Fisichella (born 1951), theologian and archbishop.
Giancarlo Fisichella (born 1973), racing driver.
Dimitri Fisichella (born 1974), television presenter and pitchman.
Brandon Fisichella, American historical and military educator
A mysterious "baron Fisichella" appears several times in (a Leonardo Sciascia's novel), interpreted in the derived film (of the same title) by .