• Carlos Cano de la Fuente

    1955 - 2015

    Carlos Cano de la Fuente (1955 - 2015)

    Peruvian Actor. Cano de la Fuente, known professionally as Carlos Cano, was a prominent actor in television, film, and on the theatrical stage. He studied theatrical writing and acting and then moved over to television and film. Cano’s first acting role came in the 1984 film “Tupac Amaru” and from there his film credits included […]

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  • Carlos Carella

    1925 - 1997

    Carlos Carella (1925 - 1997)

    Television, stage and cinema actor and director.  He participated in 30 movies. He wrote the book “Poemas míos y de Todos.” (bio by: 380W)

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  • Carlos Castaneda

    1925 - 1998

    Carlos Castaneda (1925 - 1998)

    Author. Born in Cajamarca, Peru, he was educated as a anthropologist who wrote a total of 15 books, which sold 8 million copies worldwide. Most noted for writing a series which describes the teaching of Don Juan, his works helped define the 1960’s and usher in the New Age movement. Published in 17 different languages, […]

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  • Carlos DeLuna

    1962 - 1989

    Carlos DeLuna (1962 - 1989)

    DeLuna was charged with killing a gas station attendant, 24-year-old Wanda Lopez, on the evening of February 4, 1983, in Corpus Christi, Texas. The young woman died from multiple stab wounds, apparently from a buck knife. Lopez was killed while on the phone with the police, having just called 911 to report a suspicious person […]

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  • Carlos Estrada

    1922 - 2001

    Carlos Estrada (1922 - 2001)

    Argentinian screen, stage, and television actor. His real name was Demetrio Jorge Otero. (bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni)

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  • Carlos Fuentes

    1928 - 2012

    Carlos Fuentes (1928 - 2012)

    Fuentes was born in Panama City to Berta Macías and Rafael Fuentes, the latter of whom was a Mexican diplomat. As the family moved for his father’s career, Fuentes spent his childhood in various Latin American capital cities, an experience he later described as giving him the ability to view Latin America as a critical […]

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  • Carlos Gardel

    1890 - 1935

    Carlos Gardel (1890 - 1935)

    Carlos Gardel was born to unmarried 25-year-old laundress Berthe Gardès, the baby registered under the name Charles Romuald Gardès in Toulouse, France, on 11 December 1890. The father of the baby boy was listed on his birth certificate as “unknown”; eleven days later Berthe Gardès signed a statement establishing the baby’s father as Paul Laserre, […]

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  • Carlos Jones

    1827 - 1897

    Carlos Jones (1827 - 1897)

    A successful and wealthy farm equipment manufacturer. Retiring from business in the early 1880’s, Jones invested in real estate and became mayor of Brooklyn, Ohio.  Jones purchased 52 acres and built a 160-acre dairy farm. He and his second wife, Mary Branch, opened their farm to 12 children to live and learn for a few […]

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  • Carlos Monzón

    1942 - 1995

    Carlos Monzón (1942 - 1995)

    Carlos Monzón Argentina’s Carlos Monzon was one, if not the, greatest middleweight boxing champions in fistic history. Born in poverty, he was discovered in the famed Luna Park Gym by trainer Amilicar Brussa, who molded the “skinniest” 6 feet 2 incher in the world into a lethal fighting machine. Monzon developed a plodding style of […]

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  • Carlos Pace

    1944 - 1977

    Carlos Pace (1944 - 1977)

    Carlos Pace was a contemporary of the Fittipaldi brothers, Wilson and Emerson, and began racing in Brazil in the late 1960s. He travelled to Europe in 1970 and competed in British Formula 3, winning the Forward Trust championship in a Lotus car. In 1971 he moved up to Formula Two with Frank Williams, but did […]

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  • Carlos Thompson

    1923 - 1990

    Carlos Thompson (1923 - 1990)

    Of German Swiss descent, Carlos Thompson played leading roles on stage and in films in Argentina. He went to Hollywood in the 1950s and was typically cast as a European womanizer. His Hollywood films include Flame and the Flesh (1954) with Lana Turner and Pier Angeli, Valley of the Kings (1954), with Robert Taylor and […]

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  • Carlotta Monti

    1907 - 1993

    Carlotta Monti (1907 - 1993)

    Actress, Author. She is most remembered for being the Mistress of comedian W. C. Fields. As an actress, after winning the Miss Hollywood beauty pageant, she began as an extra in the 1925 movie, “Ben-Hur,” later playing several, most often uncredited, bit parts in other movies, including the hit movie, “King Kong” (1933 – she […]

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  • Carlton Elliott Griffin

    1893 - 1940

    Carlton Elliott Griffin (1893 - 1940)

    Actor in 46 films including: “The Imposter” (silent), “Maid in Hollywood,” “A Star is Born,” “Swiss Miss,” “You Can’t Take it With You,” “The Lady in Question” and “Angels Over Broadway.” (bio by: TLS)

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  • Carlyle Blackwell

    1884 - 1955

    Carlyle Blackwell (1884 - 1955)

    Actor, Director. He began his career in New York live theatre as a leading man and made his film debut in the Vitagraph Studio production of “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” (1910). As a silent film star he appeared in more thAn 180 movies, including “The Badge of Courage” (1911), “Out in the Rain” (1914), “The Burgler” […]

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  • Carmel Myers

    1899 - 1980

    Carmel Myers (1899 - 1980)

    Actress.  One of the silent screen’s most bewitching vamps.  She was born in San Francisco,  the daughter of an Australian rabbi who later served as a technical advisor on D.W. Griffith’s epic “Intolerance” (1916).  Myers made her acting debut as a slave girl in that film and stayed on at Triangle Pictures as a Griffith […]

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  • Carmelita Geraghty

    1901 - 1966

    Carmelita Geraghty (1901 - 1966)

    The daughter of screenwriter Tom Geraghty, she was the sister of writers Maurice and Gerald Geraghty. Although born in Indiana she was educated mostly in New York City. She went on to be a graduate of the Hollywood High School and was in the graduating class of 1919. Though her parents wished her to stay […]

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  • Carmelo Frisina

    1892 - 1931

    Carmelo Frisina (1892 - 1931)

    Organized Crime Figure. He immigrated to St. Louis from Italy in his late teens. He became head of a mob which specialized in extortion and bootlegging. He constantly fought with other local gangsters for control of the city’s rackets. In January 1928, he and two of his men were ambushed after one of their extortion […]

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  • Carmen Amaya

    1918 - 1963

    Carmen Amaya (1918 - 1963)

    Carmen Amaya was born on 2 November 1918 in a slum of Somorrostro, Barcelona, Catalonia, to José Amaya and Micaela Amaya Moreno. She came from a very poor family that lived in a wagon. She was born under their wagon turned home during an early winter storm. Amaya was second of six surviving children of […]

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  • Carmen Basilio

    1927 - 2012

    Carmen Basilio (1927 - 2012)

    Carmen Basilio A crafty prize fighter with an impressive amount of skill and stamina, he was the former World Welterweight Champion (1955 to 1957) and World Middleweight Champion (1957 to 1958). The son of an Italian immigrant onion farmer, he began his professional boxing career in the Lightweight Division during 1948 following service with the […]

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  • Carmen Belén Richardson

    1930 - 2012

    Carmen Belén Richardson (1930 - 2012)

    Puerto Rican Actress, Comedian. In a career that spanned 57 years, she was considered to be a pioneer of Puerto Rican television. When she was nine years old, she auditoned for, and won, a children’s role on a radio soap opera. In high school, she had the lead in the plays in which she participated. […]

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  • Carmen Carbonell

    1900 - 1988

    Carmen Carbonell (1900 - 1988)

    Actress. She debuted on stage at age of 14 and became a leading figure of Spanish Theatre. Along with her husband,  actor Antonio Vico, Concha Catalá, and Manuel González,  she created the stock company “Los Cuatro Ases.” Her career spanned more than 50 years and she starred in such plays as “Mariana Pineda,” “Pigmalión,” “Los […]

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  • Carmen Conde

    1907 - 1996

    Carmen Conde (1907 - 1996)

    Noted Spanish Writer. She was the first woman to become a member of Royal Spanish Academy in 1978. She is remembered for her books “Brocal,” “Júbilos,” “A Este Lado de la Eternidad,” “Las Oscuras Raíces” and “Soy la Madre.” (bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni)

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  • Carmen de Burgos

    1867 - 1932

    Carmen de Burgos (1867 - 1932)

    Author, Journalist. She was born in Rodalquivir, Almería (Andalucía, Spain). Married at young age, she divorced and moved to Madrid with her child. She was a pioneer women in the fight of feminism, the sufragism and the republican ideas. She worked for several magazines and newspapers such as “La España Artística,” “La Educación,” “El País,” […]

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  • Carmen Marina Torres

    1956 - 2015

    Carmen Marina Torres (1956 - 2015)

    Colombian Actress. Torres was an actress of African descent, who appeared in various television series throughout her long career. She was well loved among her peers for the energy that she brought to her trade.  Torres appeared in such television series as “Grosso guaio a Cartagena” (1987), “Pretty María” (1995), “The Storm (2005), “Zorro: La […]

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  • Carmen Mathews

    1911 - 1995

    Carmen Mathews (1911 - 1995)

    Actress. She attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and made her stage debut on Broadway in 1943, at the age of 32. For feature films, she appeared in “The Butterfield 8” (1960), “A Rage to Live” (1965), “Sounder” (1972), “Daniel” (1983) and “The Last Best Year” (1990). She also was a regular […]

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  • Carmen Miranda

    1909 - 1955

    Carmen Miranda (1909 - 1955)

    Carmen Miranda was born Maria do Carmo Miranda da Cunha in Várzea da Ovelha e Aliviada, a village in the northern Portuguese municipality of Marco de Canaveses. She was the second daughter of José Maria Pinto da Cunha (17 February 1887 – 21 June 1938) and Maria Emília Miranda (10 March 1886 – Rio de […]

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  • Carmen Phillips

    1937 - 2002

    Carmen Phillips (1937 - 2002)

    Actress. She began her career on Broadway and made her film debut in “Party Girl” (1958). She went on to be one of MGM Films glamor girls appearing in “Some Came Running” (1958), “Ask Any Girl” (1959), “Please Don’t Eat the Daisies” (1960), “Oceans Eleven” (1960), “Ride the High Country” (1962) and “Easy Rider” (1969). […]

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  • Carmen Silvera

    1922 - 2002

    Carmen Silvera (1922 - 2002)

    Actress. She is fondly remembered as Rene Artois’ long-suffering wife Edith in the sitcom “Allo Allo,” one of Britain’s best-loved comedies. She was also one of the survivors of the sinking of SS Athenia, torpedoed by U30 on the day Britain declared war on Germany, September 3, 1939. Cause of death: Breast cancer

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  • Carmen Zapata

    1927 - 2014

    Carmen Zapata (1927 - 2014)

    Carmen Margarita Zapata (July 15, 1927 – January 5, 2014) was an American actress. Zapata was born in New York City to a Mexican father and an Argentine mother.  Zapata made her Broadway debut in the chorus of Oklahoma! in 1946. She appeared in over one hundred movies and shows, including Batman: The Animated Series, […]

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  • Carmine Fatico

    1910 - 1991

    Carmine Fatico (1910 - 1991)

    Organized Crime Figure. He was a Captain in the Gambino Organized Crime Family known as “Charley Wagons”. Headquartered in a social club in Ozone Park, Queens, New York called “The Bergin Hunt and Fish Club”, future crime boss John Gotti joined his group in the 1960s. When he retired in the mid-1970s, Gotti took control […]

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