Carlos Márquez

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Also Known As

  • Carlos Marquez
  • Carlos Márquez

Date Of Birth

Place Of Birth

Mini-Biography

  • Born Carlos Márquez Capecchi.
  • Best known for his Eleazar Meléndez character in the telenovela La Fiera, who nicknamed the lead female character, played by Doris Wells, "catirrucia".
  • Attended the Universidad Central De Venezuela, where he received a Bachelor's degree on Dramatic Arts.
  • Started out in the 40s, in Caracas, Venezuela, with the groups of the Teatro Del Ateneo De Caracas, guided by teacher Manuel Rivas Lázaro.
  • Was a radio novela star.
  • He's an experienced stage actor.
  • He's the founder, along with his first wife, Juana Sujo, of the Sociedad Venezolana Del Teatro, and the Teatro Los Caobos.
  • His film debut occurred in 1956 with 'El Pantano Del Cielo'.
  • He's been married twice, with actress Juana Sujo and actress Dolores Beltrán.

Filmography

Achievements

  • Carlos Márquez has received the following awards and nominations throughout his career:
  • Guaicaipuro de Oro, 1965 and 1978.
  • Trofeos de Espectáculos, [[1965], 1967, 1974 and 1979.
  • Dos de Oro, 1976, 1977, 1980, 1982.
  • Mara de Oro, 1978.
  • Premio Municipal de Teatro as Best Lead Actor, 1978.
  • Orden Andrés Bello en su Segunda Clase, 1978.
  • Gran Sol de Oriente, 1979.
  • La Musa de Oriente, 1979 and 1983.
  • Meridiano de Oro, 1979, 1982, 1984, 1985 and 1989.
  • El Dorado, granted by the Academia de Ciencias y Artes del Cine y la Televisión, 1979.
  • Orden Diego de Lozada en su Primera Clase, granted by the Concejo Municipal del Distrito Federal, 1981.
  • Orden Mérito al Trabajo en su Primera Clase, 1985.
  • Premio Personalidad, 1985.
  • Dos de Platino, granted by [[Radio Caracas Televisión (RCTV) in 1986.
  • El Guaiqueri de Oro, 1986.
  • Placa de Reconocimiento for his 35 aÒos at Radio Caracas Televisión (RCTV), in 1988.
  • Meridiano de Platino, 1990.
  • Orden María Teresa Castillo, 2003.
  • Orden Antonio José de Sucre, en su Primera Clase, 2005.
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