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Toma Caragiu (1925-1977)
 
Actor
 
Country: Romania
Born: 21 August 1925
Died: 4 April 1977
 
 
 
 
   
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Toma Caragiu was a prolific Romanian theatre, television and film actor. He liked to play comic characters, but he excelled also in drama, on of his reference films being “Actorul si Salbaticii”. He played alongside great actors such as Ştefan Bănică, Octavian Cotescu, Anda Calugareanu etc.

Toma Caragiu is most famous for his monologues. In these short stories, he managed to put together stories that combined sarcasm, satire, black humor. His monologues are subtle and deal with a variety of topics, starting with politics and ending up with mythical concepts. In each and every monologue he used to put a personal touch, thus creating a warm and humorous atmosphere.

He died in Bucharest, during the earthquake of 4 March 1977. He is buried in the Bellu cemetery. He was married to Pusha Balaure.
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Operation Monster (1976)
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