Mini Bio (1)
Carlo Carere is an actor and writer known for Distant Vision, where he was directed by Francis F. Coppola.
Born and raised in Naples, Italy, he became a Captain of the Carabinieri, the Italian national Police Force, heading investigations against violent crimes, mafia and domestic terrorism. By the time he left law enforcement to pursue acting and writing, he had served as a liaison with the US army in Bosnia and had caught one of Italy's most wanted criminals who had escaped prosecution for thirty-two years.
Carlo moved to Rome, Italy, and was cast as a series regular on one of Italy's most successful TV shows, "Don Matteo." He worked in television, film and theater in Italy, meanwhile publishing several thriller novels, one of which earned him praise from critics as "Italy's Best Thrillerist." He also won several screenplay contests for his original features, inspiring him to move to Hollywood.
Here, Francis Ford Coppola quickly cast him in a principal role in his latest live cinema project, Distant Vision. Now based in Hollywood, Carlo works with James DiStefano of the Actors Studio and is actively honing his craft as a character-leading man.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: C. M. D.