Fotis Dulos apparently had a “type.”

The mystery woman who paid $147,000 toward Dulos’ bail was his latest girlfriend — an attractive brunette financial executive who bears a striking resemblance to both the wife he was accused of killing, Jennifer Dulos, and the former gal-pal who is his murder co-defendant, Michelle Traconis.

In the three months before he killed himself, Dulos shared his Connecticut mansion with Charlotte-based wealth management consultant Anna Curry, a source told The Post.

Like Jennifer and Traconis before her, Curry has long brown hair, a trim build and an advanced degree from a top university. All three women lived in turn at the sprawling brick home where Dulos was found clinging to life Tuesday night in an SUV he’d rigged to fill with exhaust.

Curry, 42, had spent a lot of time — and a small fortune in cash — on Dulos, 52, who succumbed to his suicide attempt Thursday night at Jacobi Hospital in the Bronx.

She had been living with him in the house in Farmington since September as his “love interest,” a source confirmed to The Post.

Curry was listed as Dulos’ “best friend” on bail paperwork showing she footed $147,000 toward the premium of his $6 million bail, the Hartford Courant has reported. She had agreed to pay in installments the remaining $272,000 required to secure the bail.

Jennifer Dulos, Michelle Traconis and Anna Curry
Jennifer Dulos, Michelle Traconis and Anna CurryFacebook; Pool; WireImage via Getty Images

She was at the house the morning he connected a black, vacuum cleaner hose to the exhaust pipe of his Chevrolet Suburban and gassed himself in the garage of the mansion, the Courant reported.

Curry returned to the home after running errands later Tuesday to find EMS working on him, the Courant reported.

And she was at his bedside at Jacobi, along with Dulos’ lawyers and family, including sister Rena Kyrimi.

Dulos and Curry had worked together in the early 2000s, when she was in her early 20s, and he was in his early 30s, at the Manhattan wealth-management firm Capgemini.

Curry’s LinkedIn page indicates she left that job in 2003. It’s been reported that Dulos, who became a builder of luxury homes, left the firm in 2004.

Curry has not spoken to the press, and family lawyer Norm Pattis has declined to confirm if they were dating, though he has said the two were close.

“It is my understanding and belief these were old friends who developed a friendship years ago at work and out of loyalty to that friendship she has assisted Mr. Dulos,” Pattis told the Courant. “We should all be lucky enough to have such a loyal friend.”

On Friday, Pattis told The Post that he and Dulos’ family remained determined to clear Dulos’ name by having the murder trial proceed despite his death — under the name of his estate.

“We’ll take that fight as high as we need to go,” including to the Supreme Court, Pattis said of the bizarre legal gambit.

Connecticut prosecutors have yet to move to dismiss the murder case against Dulos, as is routine after a defendant dies.

Dulos would want his name cleared for the sake of the five children he had with Jennifer, Pattis said. “Any father would have an interest in his children knowing their father did not kill their mother,” the lawyer said.

Dulos’ body has meanwhile been moved from Jacobi, where he’d been treated in a hyperbaric chamber for carbon monoxide poisoning, to the Medical Examiners’ office in Manhattan, Pattis said.

There he will be autopsied to confirm the cause and manner of death — though there’s a possibility Connecticut may move to do the autopsy instead, he said.

Curry had a thriving wealth-management career in Manhattan, then moved to North Carolina in 2013, her LinkedIn indicates.

She graduated magna cum laude from Duke University with a BA in history.

Jennifer, who vanished without a trace in May after dropping her and her estranged husband’s’ five kids off at private school, graduated from Brown University with honors and had a Master’s from New York University.

A police officer watches over an area outside of the garage to Fotis Dulos' home.
A police officer watches over an area outside of the garage at Fotis Dulos’ home.AP

Traconis, a co-defendant and ex-girlfriend who began dating Dulos in the year before Jennifer filed for divorce, according to court filings in the case, also was highly educated.

She graduated from the Universidad Central de Venezuela with a bachelor’s in psychology in 1998, the Stamford Advocate reported.

Jennifer moved out of the Farmington mansion prior to their divorce. Traconis moved in sometime after that, only to move out in the fall — as Curry moved in.