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Tino Carraro

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One of his native Italy's most esteemed dramatic actors, Tino Carraro spent most of his distinguished career on stage and was particularly associated with the internationally famous Piccolo Teatro. Before taking his first theatrical bow, in a 1939 production of Much Ado About Nothing, Carraro learned his craft at Milan's Academy of Amateur Dramatics. Following WWII, he joined a troupe and performed alongside such young stars as Laura Adani and Vittorio De Sica. Between 1944 and 1946, Carraro appeared in about 60 plays, ranging from Italian playwrights to such international authors as Eugene O'Neil and Maxim Gorky. For most of his career, he worked under director Giorgio Strehler, the founder of the Piccolo Teatro. In addition to his stage work, Carraro has appeared on Italian television and in a handful of feature films, notably Francesco Rosi's Illustrious Corpses (1976).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Cadavres exquis
  • Chief of Police
1976
No Score Yet Storia di una monaca di clausura
  • Actor
1973
73% The Cat o' Nine Tails (Il gatto a nove code)
  • Prof. Terzi
1971
No Score Yet Constantine and the Cross
  • Maximianus
1961

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