Famous People Named Carlos
Take a look at famous people named Carlos, such as Carlos Marcello, Carlos Santana, and Carlos Slim Helu.
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profile name: Carlos Santana profile occupation: Guitarist
profile id: 38390
profile name: Carlos Slim Helú profile occupation: Entrepreneur
profile id: 189134
profile name: Carlos Noriega profile occupation: Astronaut
profile id: 40205
profile name: Carlos Salinas de Gortari profile occupation: World Leader
profile id: 329258
profile name: Carlos Marcello profile occupation: Organized Crime Boss
profile id: 189159
profile name: Carlos Mencia profile occupation: Comedian, Television Personality
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