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Occupation  Actress
Children  Serge Papatakis
Role  Actress
Name  Olga Karlatos
Years active  1966 - 1986

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Full Name  Olga Vlassopulos
Born  20 April 1947 (age 74) (1947-04-20) Athens, Greece
Spouse  Arthur Rankin, Jr. (m. 1983–2014), Nikos Papatakis (m. 1967–1982)
Education  University of Kent (2007), Bermuda Bar Association
Movies  Zombie 2: The Dead are Amon, Murder Rock, Keoma, Once Upon a Time in America, Purple Rain

Similar  Gabriella Giorgelli, Eva Czemerys, Silvia Dionisio

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Olga Karlatos (Greek: Όλγα Καρλάτου; born 20 April 1947, Athens) is a Greek-Italian actress known primarily for performing in Italian horror cinema.


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Her films include My Friends (1975), Keoma (1976), Wifemistress (1977), Blood and Diamonds (1978), Damned in Venice (1978), Cyclone (1978), Convoy Busters (1978), A Dangerous Toy (1979), Zombi 2 (1979), Velvet Hands (1979), Murder Rock (1984), Once Upon A Time In America (1984) and Purple Rain (1984).

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She appeared in such television productions as Peter and Paul (1981), The Scarlet and the Black (1983) and Quo Vadis? (1985).

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She married American director, producer and writer Arthur Rankin after he cast her in a 1983 television adaption of The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Sins of Dorian Gray. They settled in Bermuda.

Post-acting career

In 2007, Karlatos graduated from Kent University with a law degree and was admitted to the Bermuda Bar Association in 2010.

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