Here are 3 famous actresses from Argentina died in 1984:
Herminia Franco (August 7, 1915 Buenos Aires-August 11, 1984 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.
She began her career in the 1930s and quickly became a sought-after performer. Franco appeared in many films throughout her career, including "La Carga de los Valientes" (1950), "Historia de una mala mujer" (1948), "Yo maté a Facundo" (1948), and "Cómo te extraño mi amor" (1966).
In addition to her work in film, Franco was also a popular radio and television personality. She hosted several radio and television shows throughout the 1950s and 1960s, including "El Teatro del Misterio" and "Novelas de Hoy."
Franco was known for her talent and versatility as an actor, and her performances were frequently praised by critics. She won several awards throughout her career, including the Silver Condor Award for Best Supporting Actress in "La Carga de los Valientes."
She continued to perform until her death in 1984. Her impact on Argentine cinema and entertainment remains significant to this day.
Pepita Muñoz (August 17, 1899 Rosario-February 1, 1984 Ciudadela, Buenos Aires) also known as Josefina Muñoz was an Argentine actor.
She began her career in the early 1920s on the theater stage and later in the decade began appearing in silent films. Muñoz became a prominent actress during the Golden Age of Argentine cinema in the 1940s and 1950s, known for her versatility in both dramatic and comedic roles. She worked with renowned directors such as Leopoldo Torres Ríos and Luis Saslavsky, and starred in numerous films alongside top actors including Luis Sandrini and Mirtha Legrand. In addition to her film work, Muñoz also acted in radio dramas and on television. Despite retiring from acting in the 1960s, she remains an icon of Argentine cinema and a beloved figure in the country's cultural history.
Paulina Singerman (November 17, 2014 Buenos Aires-February 9, 1984 Buenos Aires) also known as Paulina Singerman Begun was an Argentine actor.
Singerman began her career in the theater in the 1920s and later transitioned to film in the 1930s. She acted in dozens of films over the course of her career, including roles in the classics "La Guerra Gaucha" (The Warrior) and "Nobleza Gaucha" (Nobleza Gaucha). She was known for her versatile acting abilities and often portrayed strong, independent female characters. Singerman was also involved in the Jewish community in Buenos Aires, where she was an active supporter of Yiddish theater and culture. She passed away in 1984 at the age of 69.