Carlo Cecchi (born 25 January 1939 in Florence, Tuscany, Italy) is an Italian actor.
25 January 1939
|Years active||1968 – present|
Born in Florence, Cecchi studied under the Living Theatre and with the Workshop of Eduardo De Filippo. In 1968, he made his debut for cinema in La sua giornata di gloria. In 1971, he directed in Florence a theatre cooperative playing works by Shakespeare, Mayakovsky, Brecht, Chekhov, and Molière.
In 1992, he returned to cinema in The Death of a Neapolitan Mathematician by Mario Martone, and later worked for directors such as Bernardo Bertolucci, Pupi Avati, Ferzan Özpetek.
- Hamam (1986)
- The Red Violin (1998)
- The Good Pope: Pope John XXIII (2003)
- Miele (2013)
- Martin Eden (2019)
- Carlo Cecchi on IMDb
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