Carlo Gabriel Nero
Italian-English actor and film director
Carlo Gabriel Nero
Carlo Gabriel Redgrave Nero is an English screenwriter and film director.
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Eddie Murphy: Oscar Host? - Just Jared
Google News - over 5 years
Nell Newman & Carlo Nero would be a better Idea both of them are hollywood royalty by birth three of their parents are former oscar winners who by many real film fans are still beloved. correct Nell's Parents are/were Paul Newman & Joanne Woodward the
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Cameron Díaz protagoniza una escena sexual con su ex en 'Bad Teacher' - La Vanguardia
Google News - over 5 years
Carlo Nero, fruto de la relación que Vanessa Redgrave y Franco Nero iniciaron tras el rodaje de Camelot, reunió a sus padres en su primera película como realizador, The Uninvited, y junto a ellos la presentó en el Festival de San Sebastián de 1999
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Vanessa Redgrave and Franco Nero awarded “twin” honorary Brunel doctorates - Brunel University News (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
Carlo Nero, a screenwriter and film director, was present at the degree ceremony with his wife and children. Franco Nero also received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Cine-Excess V film festival on 30 May at the Odeon Shaftesbury Avenue,
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A bisexual father. A Marxist mother. No wonder the Redgrave girls wished they ... - Daily Mail
Google News - almost 6 years
Their son, Carlo Nero, was born on September 16, 1969. The following year, Vanessa miscarried their second child while filming The Devils, and the relationship slowly started to unravel. By 1971, Franco had moved to Paris to link up again with his
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UNDER A BARE BULB
NYTimes - about 20 years
The evening's performance of Henrik Ibsen's ''John Gabriel Borkman'' has ended, and audience members have begun to disperse into the chill London air when a gray-haired woman in an awkward black dress materializes in the lobby of the Royal National Theater. She holds a blue bucket trimmed with silver tinsel, and the way she tilts it forward,
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