Carlo De Mejo
|Born||17 January 1945|
|Died||18 December 2015 70) (aged|
|Parent(s)||Oscar De Mejo, Alida Valli|
Carlo De Mejo (17 January 1945 – 18 December 2015) was an Italian actor.
Born in Rome, De Mejo was the eldest son of jazz composer Oscar De Mejo and actress Alida Valli.After a few minor roles, he had his breakout with the role of a male prostitute in Pier Paolo Pasolini's Teorema . In 1970 he played Claude in Giuseppe Patroni Griffi and Victor Spinetti's Italian adaptation of the stage musical Hair . In the following years, he became very active as a character actor in genre films, especially Lucio Fulci's cult horror films.
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