Carlos De Valdez

Highest Rated: 92% Midnight (1939)
Lowest Rated: 57% Viva Villa! (1934)
Birthday: Mar 19, 1894
Birthplace: Not Available
Looking considerably older than he was, Peruvian stage actor Carlos de Valdez played an "old man" in his first Hollywood film, the highly acclaimed Viva Villa!. Although portraying a Hindu in Laurel and Hardy's Bonnie Scotland (1935), a Turkish ambassador in Conquest (1937), and various villains with German-sounding names in Lancer Spy (1937), Suez (1938), and British Intelligence (1940), de Valdez mainly played what he looked like: a steely-eyed South American or Spanish aristocrat. His best role was perhaps that of Warner Baxter's brother in Robin Hood of El Dorado (1936), the story of California bandit Joaquin Murietta.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet British Intelligence Von Ritter 1940
No Score Yet Juarez Tailor 1939
92% Midnight Butler 1939
No Score Yet Blockade Maj. del Rio 1938
No Score Yet Suez Count Hatzfeld 1938
No Score Yet Conquest Turkish Ambassador 1937
No Score Yet Lancer Spy Von Klingen 1937
No Score Yet Paris Interlude Doctor 1934
No Score Yet Little Man, What Now? Dr. Sesam 1934
57% Viva Villa! Old Man 1934
No Score Yet The Prescott Kid Ortega 1934


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