Tino Carraro

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Tino Carraro
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Born
Agostino Carraro

(1910-12-01)1 December 1910
Milan, Italy
Died12 January 1995(1995-01-12) (aged 84)
Milan, Italy

Agostino Carraro (1 December 1910 12 January 1995 [1] ) was an Italian stage, television and film actor.

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Life and career

Born in Milan, Carraro started acting at young age in several amateur stage companies. [2] Carraro then graduated at the Accademia dei filodrammatici  [ it ], and in 1941 he got his first personal critical success with his performance in an adaptation of Anna Karenina . [2] In 1952 he made his film debut, in the Duilio Coletti's war film I sette dell'Orsa Maggiore. [2] The same year, Carraro became first actor at the Piccolo Teatro in Milan, starting a long and critically appreciated collaboration with the director Giorgio Strehler. [2] [3] Carraro is also well known for his television work, which include some very successful RAI miniseries, particularly Sandro Bolchi's Il Mulino del Po , I Miserabili and I promessi sposi and Vittorio Cottafavi's A come Andromeda . [2] [3]

Partial filmography

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References

  1. Harris M. Lentz (1995). "Tino Carraro". Obituaries in the Performing Arts. McFarland & Company. p. 34.
  2. 1 2 3 4 5 Franco Tettamanti (10 September 2008). "1995, tradito dal cuore Tino Carraro esce di scena". Corriere della Sera . p. 6. Retrieved 24 January 2015.
  3. 1 2 Aldo Grasso, Massimo Scaglioni. Enciclopedia della Televisione. Garzanti, Milano, 1996 – 2003. ISBN   881150466X.