Argentine actresses who deceased in 1971

Here are 2 famous actresses from Argentina died in 1971:

Nuri Montsé

Nuri Montsé (December 25, 1917 Catalonia-December 26, 1971 Buenos Aires) also known as Nury Montsé or Maria Montserrat Julia was an Argentine actor.

She was born in a small town near Barcelona, Spain, and arrived in Argentina as a young girl with her family. After studying acting, Montsé began her career in her early twenties, performing on stage and in film. She quickly became a popular and highly-regarded actress in Argentina, known for her versatility and emotional range.

Montsé appeared in more than 50 films throughout her career, often playing complex and nuanced characters. Some of her most notable roles were in films such as "Concierto de almas" (1951), "Fin de fiesta" (1953) and "Enigma de mujer" (1955).

In addition to her film work, Montsé was also a successful stage actress, appearing in several productions throughout Argentina. She was widely respected by her peers and was regarded as one of the most talented actresses of her time.

Montsé died in Buenos Aires in 1971, at the age of 54, leaving behind a legacy as a pioneering actress in Argentine cinema.

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María Esther Buschiazzo

María Esther Buschiazzo (November 27, 1889 Buenos Aires-November 27, 1971 Buenos Aires) also known as Maria E. Buschiazzo or María E. Buschiazzo was an Argentine actor.

She began her acting career in the 1910s, performing in both theater and silent films. Buschiazzo was part of the renowned company of the Argentine actor and director Enrique Muiño, with whom she appeared in several plays and films. She was one of the few Argentine actresses to successfully transition into the talkies, and continued to act in films throughout the 1940s and 1950s. In addition to her work as an actor, Buschiazzo was also a theater director and acting teacher. She played a significant role in the development of the Argentine theater scene, and her legacy continues to be celebrated today.

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