Italian actorDied when: 76 years 158 days (917 months)
Star Sign: Libra
Tullio Carminati (September 21, 1894 – February 26, 1971) was an Italian actor.He rose to fame in Italy and the United States initially as a silent film-actor, starring in such films as The Duchess of Buffalo (1926), The Bat (1926), Honeymoon Hate (1927), and Three Sinners (1928) alongside Pola Negri.
Carminati went on to star in Stage Madness (1927), One Night of Love (1934), Let's Live Tonight (1935), Paris in Spring (1935) and Three Maxims (1936).
In the latter part of his career he starred in such movies as Beauty and the Devil (1950), Roman Holiday (1953), War and Peace (1956), A Breath of Scandal (1960), El Cid (1961), and The Cardinal (1963).
Beside his film roles, Carminati starred in several plays, including Joan of Arc at the Stake (which was later adapted into Rossellini's movie of the same name) and Broadway productions Strictly Dishonorable and Music in the Air.