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Mary Pickford
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Cesar Romero

Knowledge Identifier: +Cesar_Romero


Cesar Romero

American film and television actor who was active in film, radio, and television for almost sixty years add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1907.

Countries: United States (68%), (9%), France (6%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Desi Arnaz, Kirk Douglas, United States Coast Guard

Linked to: Medfield College, Republican Party, American Broadcasting Company, TV Guide




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Cesar Romero was born in 1907 add something


That lifestyle, however, changed dramatically when his parents lost their sugar import business and suffered losses in the Stock Market Crash of 1929 add something


Romero played "Latin lovers" in films from the 1930s until the 1950s, usually in supporting roles add something


Shirley Temple - In 1937, John Ford was hired to direct the sepia-toned "Wee Willie Winkie" and an A-list cast was signed that included Victor McLaglen, C. Aubrey Smith, and Cesar Romero


He starred as The Cisco Kid in six westerns made between 1939 and 1941 add something


Romero danced and performed comedy in the 20th Century Fox films he starred in opposite Carmen Miranda and Betty Grable, such as "Week-End in Havana" and "Springtime in the Rockies", in the 1940s add something


He played a minor role as Sinjin, a piano player in Glenn Miller's band, in the 1942 20th Century Fox musical, Orchestra Wives add something


In October 1942, he voluntarily enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard and served in the Pacific Theater add something


He reported aboard the Coast Guard-manned assault transport in November, 1943 add something


Among his many television credits, Romero appeared several times on NBC's "The Martha Raye Show" in the middle 1950s add something


Katy Jurado - Jurado debuted in European films in 1954 with the film "The Racers" with Kirk Douglas and Cesar Romero, and filmed in France, Italy and Spain


Also in 1957, he guest-starred on "The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour" on the first episode of the seventh season add something


He played a card sharp on an episode of Wagon Train, "The Honorable Don Charlie Story" 1958 add something


In 1958, he guest starred as Ramon Valdez, a South American businessman, who excels at doing the Cha-Cha with Barbara Eden in her syndicated romantic comedy, "How to Marry a Millionaire" in the episode "The Big Order" add something


On January 16, 1958, Romero appeared on NBC's "The Ford Show, Starring Tennessee Ernie Ford" add something


Richard Simmons (actor) - Following the end of the series in 1958, he continued to have a successful acting career, mostly with television series appearances, through 1982, with his last role being in the TV show "Chips", starring Sue Lyon and Cesar Romero


Romero was a registered Republican and in October 1960 he appeared in the Nixon-Lodge Bumper Sticker Motorcade Campaign add something


Laraine Day - Day was politically conservative and in October 1960 she appeared in the Nixon-Lodge Bumper Sticker Motorcade Campaign in Los Angeles along with such fellow Republicans as Ginger Rogers, Cesar Romero, Irene_Dunne, Dick Powell, Mary Pickford and John Payne


Adele Mara - In 1961, Mara appeared as a nurse with Cesar Romero on "The Red Skelton Show" in a sketch titled "Deadeye and The Alamo


In 1965, Romero played the head of THRUSH in France in "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." add something


From 1966 to 1968, Romero played the Joker in ABC's television series, "Batman" add something


He refused to shave his mustache and so the Joker's white face makeup was simply smeared over it when playing the supervillain throughout the series' run, and in the spin-off 1966 film add something


Romero appeared in an episode of "Daniel Boone" as Spanish army captain, Esteban de Vaca in 1966 add something


Linda Haynes - Haynes' first film was "Latitude Zero" in 1969, which starred Cesar Romero, Richard Jaeckel, and Joseph Cotten


Among Romero's guest star work in the 1970s was a recurring role on the western comedy "Alias Smith and Jones", starring Pete Duel and Ben Murphy add something


Apart from these television roles, Romero appeared as A.J. Arno, a small-time criminal who continually opposes Dexter Riley and his schoolmates of Medfield College in a series of films by Walt Disney Productions in the 1970s add something


David Winters (choreographer) - In 1971 Winters directed and produced "Once Upon a Wheel", an ABC television documentary on the history of auto racing starring and hosted by Paul Newman and co-starring Mario Andretti, Kirk Douglas, Hugh Downs, Dean Martin, Cesar Romero, Dick Smothers and many others


Jane Wyman - Cesar Romero appeared from 1985 to 1987 on "Falcon Crest" as the romantic interest of Angela Channing


Romero died on New Year's Day 1994 from bronchitis and pneumonia add something

Cesar Romero died in 1994 add something


Bronchitis - On January 1, 1994, Romero died of bronchitis and pneumonia in Santa Monica, California at age 86 add something


Romero revealed that he had a sexual encounter with friend Desi Arnaz in a 1996 interview add something


Desi Arnaz - In 1996, friend Cesar Romero claimed to have had a sexual encounter with Arnaz