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Carlo Fiore (I) (1919–1978)

Carlo Fiore was an actor who now is remembered only for his friendship with Marlon Brando, the man many cineastes feel was the greatest movie actor of all time. In New York City during the 1940s, Fiore was a fellow student of Brando's at Erwin Piscator's acting workshop at The New School. Fiore briefly roomed with Brando in the early, pre-fame days... See full bio »


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Guns, Girls, and Gangsters
The Young Captives
The Young Captives Mexican Officer
The Moving Finger


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 1962 Shannon (TV Series)
Eddie May
- Man from Yesterday (1962) ... Eddie May
 1959 The Young Captives
Mexican Officer
 1958 Guns, Girls, and Gangsters
Tom Abbott
 1958 Peter Gunn (TV Series)
Streetcar Jones
- Streetcar Jones (1958) ... Streetcar Jones
 1956 The Teahouse of the August Moon
Soldier (uncredited)
 1956 Around the World in Eighty Days
Extra (uncredited)
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 1963 The Moving Finger (writer)
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 1961 One-Eyed Jacks (assistant to producer)

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Author of "Bud: the Brando I knew: The untold story of Brando's private life," Delacorte Press (1974)

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Helped develop and write the script for the movie One-Eyed Jacks (1961). Fiore petitioned the Screen Writers Guild for a writing credit for his work on the picture, but was turned down. See more »

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