The day of birth of Mario Carillo is not on record. He was born in Napoli. He is an Italian Actor, known for Rosita (1923), The Torrent (1926), Dance Madness (1926), Mario Carillo's first movie on record is from 1921. His last motion picture on file dates from 1927.
Mario Carillo Filmography [Auszug]
1927:  Time to Love (Cast), Directed by Frank Tuttle, with Raymond Griffith, William Powell, ,
1926: [/ /1] The Torrent (Cast: Königvon Spanien /xx/), Directed by Monta Bell, with Dorothy Sebastian, Arthur Edmund Carewe, Mack Swain,
1926: [01.31] The Girl from Montmartre (Spanish Sunlight (Working title)) (Cast: Lawrence Faneaux), Directed by Alfred E. Green, with Barbara La Marr, Lewis Stone, Robert Ellis,
1926: [01.04] Dance Madness (Cast: Strokoff ), Directed by Robert Z. Leonard, with Conrad Nagel, , Douglas Gilmore,
1925: [/ /1] The Eagle (Cast: Marcel Le Blanc), Directed by Clarence Brown, with Rudolph Valentino, Vilma Banky, Eric Mayne,
1925: [08.02] Her Sister from Paris (Cast: The King (/xx/)), Directed by Sidney Franklin, with Constance Talmadge, Ronald Colman, George K. Arthur,
1923: [03.09] Rosita (Cast: Major Domo), Directed by Ernst Lubitsch, Raoul Walsh, with Mary Pickford, Holbrook Blinn, Irene Rich,
1922: [03.05] A Stage Romance (Cast: Lord Melville), Directed by Herbert Brenon, with William Farnum, , Holmes Herbert,
1921:  Slim Shoulders (Cast), Directed by Alan Crosland, with Rod La Rocque, Irene Castle, Anders Randolf,
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