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Title: Bertinazzi  
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Language: English
Subject: Carlin, 1710 births, 1783 deaths, December 2, 1710
Collection: 1710 Births, 1783 Deaths, 18Th-Century Italian Male Actors, 18Th-Century Italian Writers, People from Turin
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Carlo Antonio Bertinazzi, called Carlin (2 December 1710 – 6 September 1783) was an Italian actor and author. Known to have traveled with Giacomo Casanovas mother, Zanetta Casanova, to St. Petersburg to perform for Empress Anne Iwanowa, only to return to Italy shortly after, when the Empress did not approve of the Italian Comedy.

Bertinazzi was born in Turin. He played a Harlequin.

External links

  • Biography in French
  • Harlequin costume of Carlin

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