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Carlo D'Angelo (2 February 1919 – 9 June 1973) was an Italian actor and voice actor.

Carlo D'Angelo
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Born2 February 1919 (1919-02-02)
Milan, Italy
Died9 June 1973 (1973-06-10) (aged 54)
Bologna, Italy


Life and careerEdit

Born in Milan, the son of a Neapolitan father and a Florentine mother, at 9 years old D'Angelo was part of the Voci Bianche choir at La Scala.[1] After studying law at the University of Milan, in 1941 he started working on radio and shortly later as a film dubber.[1] In 1947 he made his stage debut at the Piccolo Teatro di Milano, under Giorgio Strehler.[1] In the 1950s he worked several times in the theatrical company of Vittorio Gassman, and in 1958 he formed a stage company together with Lia Zoppelli and Renzo Giovampietro.[1] In 1963-1964 he got large critical acclaim for his performance in Il diavolo e il buon Dio, under the direction of Luigi Squarzina.[1] D'Angelo was also active in films, where alternated major and character roles, and on television, where he had several significant roles in a number of TV-series.[1] D'Angelo was also diction teacher at the Silvio d’Amico Academy of Dramatic Arts and recorded several albums of prose and poetry.[2]

Partial filmographyEdit


  1. ^ a b c d e f Roberto Chiti; Roberto Poppi; Enrico Lancia. Dizionario del cinema italiano : Gli attori dal 1930 ai giorni nostri. Gremese Editore, 2002. ISBN 8884402131.
  2. ^ a. bl. (10 June 1973). "Morto l'attore Carlo D'Angelo famosa voce del nostro teatro". La Stampa (135).

External linksEdit

  Media related to Carlo D'Angelo at Wikimedia Commons