Carlos Casaravilla

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Carlos Casaravilla
Born(1900-10-12)12 October 1900
Montevideo, Uruguay
Died17 February 1981(1981-02-17) (aged 80)
Cullera, Spain
Years active1934-1978

Carlos Casaravilla (12 October 1900 17 February 1981) was an Uruguayan actor. He appeared in 85 films between 1934 and 1978. He starred in the film El Lazarillo de Tormes , which won the Golden Bear at the 10th Berlin International Film Festival. [1]


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