Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Who Are Those Guys? - Charles Borromel




Charles Borromel was born in Scotland sometime in the 1930s. Although he’s appeared in over 40 films from “Giuseppe venduto dai fratelli” (The Story of Joseph and His Brethren) in 1960 to “La putain du roi” (The King’s Whore” in 1990 little about the man is known. He’s been credited under the aliases Charles Bromey and Charles Borromeo. He’s known for his appearances in such films as “Ladyhawke” (1985), “The Blade Master” (1984) and “Absurd” (1981). Among his films were appearances in three Euo-westerns listed below.


BORROMEL, Charles (aka Charles Borromeo, Charles Bromey) [193?, Scotland, U.K. -
7/6/2007, Glasgow, Scotland, U.K.] – TV, voice actor.
Zorro the Rebel – 1966 (Luis)
Four of the Apocalypse - 1974 (Montana)
White Apache – 1985 (Crazy Bull)

3 comments:

  1. Charles Borromel has an older brother who still lives in Glasgow, Scotland today. He is a well known painter.

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    1. I knew Charles in the mid to late 90's. He came to my family's house for dinner a few times. He used to show us his acting photos and tell us stories.
      Is his brother still alive?

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  2. I can find nothing on Charles' brother so the question will have to go unanswered.

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