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Chris Avram

Chris Avram

Known For: Acting · Birthday: 1931-08-28 · Deathday: 1989-01-10 (57 years old) · Gender: Male · Place of Birth: Bucharest, Romania

35 Movies

Also Known As: Cristea Auran · Cristea Avram · Cris Avram · Auran Cristea

Biography

Chris Avram (born Cristea Avram; August 31, 1931 – January 10, 1989) was a Romanian-Italian film actor.

Career

Avram was born in Bucharest, into a family of active communists (his father being a member of the Romanian Communist Party while it was still banned, and his brother, Puiu, a Communist activist). In his youth, he attended a military school, after which he studied law for two years in university, before being admitted to the Academy of Theatrical Arts and Cinematography. After graduation, he worked for a while as a theater actor in Timișoara, before joining the Nottara Theater in Bucharest. At a film festival in Moscow, he befriended Marina Vlady, who later went to Romania to star in Mona, l'étoile sans nom, directed by Henri Colpi. With her help, he managed to flee to Paris in 1966, where he remained. Later he settled in Rome, Italy, where he died of cancer.He was married for a while to Romanian actress Olga Tudorache, with whom he had a son, Alexandru.

Early Life

Avram was born in Bucharest, into a family of active communists (his father being a member of the Romanian Communist Party while it was still banned, and his brother, Puiu, a Communist activist). In his youth, he attended a military school, after which he studied law for two years in university, before being admitted to the Academy of Theatrical Arts and Cinematography. After graduation, he worked for a while as a theater actor in Timișoara, before joining the Nottara Theater in Bucharest. At a film festival in Moscow, he befriended Marina Vlady, who later went to Romania to star in Mona, l'étoile sans nom, directed by Henri Colpi. With her help, he managed to flee to Paris in 1966, where he remained. Later he settled in Rome, Italy, where he died of cancer.He was married for a while to Romanian actress Olga Tudorache, with whom he had a son, Alexandru.

Movies & TV shows

1982.

2 Movies

1981.

2 Movies

1980.

1 Movie

1979.

1 Movie

1978.

3 Movies

1977.

2 Movies

1976.

2 Movies

1975.

1 Movie

1974.

5 Movies

1973.

4 Movies

1972.

2 Movies

1971.

4 Movies

1969.

1 Movie

1967.

2 Movies

1965.

1 Movie

1961.

1 Movie

1960.

1 Movie
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