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Cesar Romero Overview:

Legendary actor, Cesar Romero, was born Cesar Julio Romero Jr. on Feb 15, 1907 in New York City, NY. Romero died at the age of 86 on Jan 1, 1994 in Santa Monica, CA and was laid to rest in Inglewood Park Cemetery in Inglewood, CA.

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He was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Television and Motion Pictures. Romero was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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“I’ve had a long career in this town. Hasn’t been the greatest but it’s been good and it’s been steady. And I owe a lot to this business.” – circa 1986 Imagine Hollywood in the late 1930s. A young starlet has been invited to a glamorous party... Read full article


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Cesar Romero Quotes:

John Frost: Now, Mr. Jonskill, if you take back your scenery I can't open. If I can't open, no one will be paid. Now your only chance, all of you, is let me open.
Jonskill: It's not the money, Mr. Frost, it's the principle!
Creditor: Aye, the principle!
John Frost: [puzzled] You... you don't want the money?


Marquis Andre de Lage: Well, there is our Mike Donovan. Three children and not one marriage. Oh, I do not say that he's the first man to put the cart before the horse, but three carts and no horse? Huh?


Customs Inspector: [glances into Caesar's bag full of money, smiles] Welcome to Brazil, senhor!


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Is one of two Batman villains to share roles with actors who played Batman. He, Adam West and Val Kilmer have all played John 'Doc' Holliday, in Frontier Marshal (1939), "Colt .45" (1957), "Lawman" (1958) and Tombstone (1993), respectively. Christian Bale and Heath Ledger both played Bob Dylan in I'm Not There. (2007).

His maternal grandparents were exiled Cubans Carmen and her invalid husband, Manuel Mantilla. Their daughter, María Mantilla--Romero's mother--is generally believed to have been the daughter of Cuban poet and revolutionary hero José Martí, who also wrote "Guantánamera" ("Yo soy un hombre sincero . . . ").

TV writer Mark Evanier remarked that Romero was usually easily available to cast for TV show guest appearances. Apparently, Evanier knew at least one crew member on a TV show who prepared roles with Romero in mind as a default choice in the likely event that a preferred guest star would pull out of a guest appearance.

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