Carole André Smith was born in Paris, France on March 11, 1953. Carole is the daughter of actress Gaby André [1920-1972]. As Carol Andre she appeared in more than 30 films and television appearances between 1967 and 1991, appearing in her first film at the age of 13 and working under such directors as Visconti and Dino Risi. Her parts were typical ingénue roles in which she was used for window dressing. Her most famous role was as Pearl of Labuan in the 1976 TV version of “Sandokan” Carol appeared in four Euro-westerns “Death Rides a Alone” and “Face to Face” (both 1967), “Another Try, Eh Providence” and “White Fang” (both 1973). She quit acting and attended Harvard Business School in the United States then opened a public relations agency in Rome. Carole Andre Smith is now the International Marketing Adviser at Cinecitta Studio. Today we celebrate Carol Andre’s 60th birthday.