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Carlos Gallardo
Born Date of birth unknown
Acuña, Coahuila, Mexico
Occupation Actor, producer, Director, screenwriter
Years active 1992–present
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Carlos Gallardo is a Mexican actor, producer and occasional screenwriter and director and frequent collaborator with his friend, director Robert Rodriguez.

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Biography

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Early life

Gallardo was born in Acuña, Coahuila, Mexico to a Mexican father and an Irish mother.

Career

Gallardo's first taste of fame came with the feature film El Mariachi, a critically-acclaimed film renowned for costing US$7,000 to make. The film won the 1993 Sundance Film Festival, and won Gallardo an Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature, an accolade he shared with Rodriguez. He also was credited as unit production manager and for special effects in El Mariachi.

Following El Mariachi, Gallardo went on to be co-producer of the Robert Rodriguez-directed Mexico Trilogy sequels, Desperado and Once Upon a Time in Mexico. Both films featured Antonio Banderas in the role of El Mariachi, in place of Gallardo, though Gallardo did have a cameo role in Desperado, playing El Mariachi's buddy Campa.

Gallardo co-wrote, produced and starred in the title role of 2004 independent action thriller, Bandido. He was also producer for 2004 Colombian TV series Me amaras bajo la lluvia.

Carlos also participated in the Robert Rodriguez production titled "Curandero" where he plays the lead. Curandero was directed by Eduardo Rodriguez .

In 2007 he played Deputy Carlos in Planet Terror, Robert Rodriguez's portion of Grindhouse, appearing opposite Michael Biehn and Tom Savini. It was his first appearance in a Rodriguez film since Desperado.

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