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Ion Caramitru

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Ion Horia Leonida Caramitru, OBE (iˈon karaˈmitru; 9 March 1942 – 5 September 2021) was a Romanian stage and film actor, stage director, and political figure. He was Minister of Culture between 1996 and 2000, in the Romanian Democratic Convention (CDR) cabinets of Victor Ciorbea, Gavril Dejeu, Radu Vasile, Alexandru Athanasiu, and Mugur Isărescu. He was married to actress Micaela Caracaș and had three sons: Ștefan, Andrei, and Matei Caramitru. He was a relevant figure of the Aromanian community of Romania. Early life and acting career Ion Caramitru was born in an Aromanian family, with his mother being from Ano Grammatiko (Grãmãticuva) in modern Greece while his father being from Korçë (Curceauã, Curceao or Curciau) in modern Albania. Nevertheless, Caramitru had a Megleno-Romanian grandfather. Caramitru was born in Bucharest, and graduated from the I. L. Caragiale Institute for Theater and Film Arts in 1964, having debuted on the stage a year earlier — with the title role in
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