De Carlo is an Italian surname and may refer to:
- Andrea De Carlo (born 1952), Italian writer
- Giancarlo De Carlo (1919–2005), Italian architect
- Yvonne De Carlo (birthname Peggy Yvonne Middleton) (1922–2007), Canadian actress
- Dan DeCarlo (1919–2001), Archie cartoonist
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... Giancarlo De Carlo (December 12, 1919 - June 4, 2005) was an Italian architect ... De Carlo saw architecture as a consensus-based activity ... De Carlo was a member of Team 10 along with Alison and Peter Smithson, Aldo van Eyck, and Jacob Bakema, among others ...
... Andrea De Carlo grew up in Milan ... Birds"), published in the spring of 1982, was praised by Federico Fellini, with whom De Carlo worked as assistant director in the movie E la nave va (And the ... Towards the end of shooting, De Carlo made the short film Le facce di Fellini ("The Faces of Fellini") about the relationship between the great Italian director and his actors ...
... The year 1964 was a rocky one for De Carlo, as she was deeply in debt ... When De Carlo was asked how a glamorous actress could succeed as a ghoulish matriarch of a haunted house, she replied simply, "I follow the directions I received on the first day of shooting 'Play her just ... Later that year, De Carlo accepted an offer to reprise her role in a color Munster movie, Munster, Go Home! (1966), partially in hopes of renewing interest in the TV series ...
Famous quotes containing the word carlo:
“If there is anything so romantic as that castle-palace-fortress of Monaco I have not seen it. If there is anything more delicious than the lovely terraces and villas of Monte Carlo I do not wish to see them. There is nothing beyond the semi-tropical vegetation, the projecting promontories into the Mediterranean, the all-embracing sweep of the ocean, the olive groves, and the enchanting climate! One gets tired of the word beautiful.”
—M. E. W. Sherwood (18261903)