Here are 2 famous actresses from Argentina died in 1991:
Mona Maris (November 7, 1903 Buenos Aires-March 23, 1991 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Mona Maria Emita Cap de Vielle, Rosa Emma Mona María Marta Capdevielle or Mona Maria Emita Capdeville was an Argentine actor and singer.
Mona Maris started her career in the entertainment industry at a young age. She made her film debut in 1922 with the film "La Dama del Collar" and later moved to France to work in the French film industry. She appeared in movies like "The Trial of Mary Dugan" (1929), "The Hound of the Baskervilles" (1932) and "Inspiration" (1931).
Maris also worked extensively in the American film industry where she starred in a number of films. Some of her most notable performances include "Dracula's Daughter" (1936) and "The Devil Is a Woman" (1935).
In addition to her acting work, Mona Maris was also a talented singer. She recorded several albums and performed in various operas during her career. She was well-respected both in Argentina and abroad for her versatile talents.
After a long and successful career in the entertainment industry, Mona Maris passed away in Buenos Aires in 1991 at the age of 87.
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Judith Sulian (May 13, 1920 Argentina-October 18, 1991 Madrid) also known as Amalia Judith Picozzi or Judith Sullian was an Argentine actor.
She began her acting career in the 1940s and quickly became one of the most celebrated actresses of her generation. She appeared in numerous stage plays, films, and television shows throughout her career, earning critical acclaim for her performances.
Sulian was also known for her activism and political beliefs. She was a supporter of the Peronist movement and even participated in political rallies and protests. This sometimes led to conflicts with the government and even resulted in her being banned from performing for a period of time.
Despite this, Sulian continued to act and remained a well-respected figure in the Argentine entertainment industry. In the 1970s, she moved to Spain where she continued to work in film and television until her death in 1991.
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