Carmen Tănase

Carmen Tănase

Infobox actress
name = Carmen Tanase

imagesize = 250px
birthname = Carmen Elena Tanase
birthdate = Birth date and age|1961|1|18
birthplace = Ploiesti, Romania

Carmen Tanase (born January 18, 1961) is a Romanian actress. After graduating The Drama and Film Institute from Bucharest, in 1984, she joined the company of "Vasile Alecsandri" National Theatre in Iaşi (between 1984-1990) and then moved back to the capital city of Romania. Since 1990, she is a member of the Odeon Theatre company from Bucharest. As a student, she played in Dostoevsky's "The Possessed" (a dramatization of the great Russian novel), in John Steinbeck's "Sweet Thursday", in "Butterflies, Butterflies" by the Italian playwright Aldo Nicolaj (at The Very Small Theatre in Bucharest, having the legendary Romanian actress Olga Tudorache and Radu Duda, the would-be Prince of Hohenzollern-Veringen, as partners) etc. Following the fall of the Romanian communist regime, in 1989 (the end of Ceausescu's dictatorship), she also involved herself in the independent artistic movements that flourished after these events. She toured the world with Radu Duda, the two of them playing in "A Report to an Academy", the adaptation of a short story by Franz Kafka, directed by Cristina Iovita (the play was produced by the first Romanian independent theatrical group formed after the 1989 Revolution).

tage credits (selected)

"'Odeon Theatre, Bucharest"'
* Dr. Martha Livingstone in "Agnes of God" by John Pielmeier, directed by Marius Oltean
* The chief nurse in "Veronika Decides To Die", adaptation by Gelu Colceag and George Banica after the homonymous novel by Paulo Coelho, directed by Gelu Colceag
* Colette Duduleanu in "The Rattlers" by Al. Kiritescu, directed by Alexandru Dabija
* Lora in "Stars In The Morning Light" by Alexandr Galin, directed by Gelu Colceag
* Paraschiva in "Miss Nastasia" by G.M. Zamfirescu, directed by Horea Popescu
* Pierette in "The Gossip Ladies" by Michel Tremblay, directed by Petre Bokor
* The old gipsy woman in "At The Gipsy Women" by Cristian Popescu, based on the short story by Mircea Eliade, directed by Alexander Hausvater
* "…And They Put Handcuffs On The Flowers…" by Fernando Arrabal, directed by Alexander Hausvater
* "The Grin Opera" by Dario Fo, directed by Dragos Galgotiu

National Theatre, Iasi

* Mona in "A Nameless Star" by Mihail Sebastian, directed by Nicoleta Toia
* She in "The Boa's Strategy" after A.P. Chekhov, directed by Nicoleta Toia
* Gittel in "Two On A Rocking Chair" by William Gibson, directed by Ion Manzatu
* Firuta in "The Author Is In The Auditorium" by Ion Baiesu, directed by Saul Taisler
* Zita in "A Stormy Night" by I.L. Caragiale, directed by Ovidiu Lazar
* Helen in "Warsaw Melody" by L. Zorin, directed by Ion Manzatu
* Ana in "The Game Of Life And Death" by Horia Lovinescu, directed by Nicoleta Toia
* Mrs Gabor in "Spring's Awakening" by Frank Wedekind, directed by Cristina Iovita

elected filmography

* "Knot", directed by Alina Ciocarlie, 2007
* "Tears Of Love", directed by Iura Luncasu, 2006
* "Too Late", directed by Adi Sitaru, 2006
* "Love Sick", directed by Tudor Giurgiu, 2006
* "Dormir avec le diable", directed by Yves Boisset, 2001
* "Une femme piégée", directed by Laurent Carceles, 2001
* "Im Zeichen der Liebe", directed by Kathe Kratz, 1995
* "Passion Mortelle", directed by Claude-Michel Rome, 1995
* "Dark Angel: The Ascent", directed by Linda Hassani, 1994
* "È pericoloso sporgersi", directed by Nae Caranfil, 1994
* "The Cathouse", directed by Andrei Blaier, 1993
* "I'm Going Mad And I'm Sorry", directed by Ion Gostin, 1992
* "The Dogs Way", directed by Laurentiu Damian, 1991
* "The Culprit", directed by Alexa Visarion, 1991
* "A Clod of Clay", directed by Nicolae Margineanu, 1989

Television credits

* Flacara Potcovaru in "Gipsy Heart" and "Regina" (TV series), directed by Iura Luncasu, Alexandru Fotea and Sebastian Voinea/ Larry Maronese, 2007-2008 and 2008 to present
* Zuzu in "A Movie-like Romance" (TV series), directed by Iura Luncasu and Bogdan Dumitrescu, 2006-2007
* Simona Varlam in "Tears of Love" (TV series), directed by Iura Luncasu and Bogdan Dumitrescu, 2005-2006

External links

*Carmen Tanase videos on YouTube:

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