Argentine actresses who deceased in 1995

Here are 2 famous actresses from Argentina died in 1995:

María Luisa Bemberg

María Luisa Bemberg (April 14, 1922 Buenos Aires-May 7, 1995 Buenos Aires) also known as Maria Luisa Bemberg was an Argentine film director, screenwriter and actor. She had one child, Carlos Miguens Bemberg.

Bemberg was a pioneer in Argentine cinema, and her films often depicted strong female characters and feminist themes. She began filmmaking in her 50s, after a successful career as a writer and theater director. Her notable films include "Camila" (1984), which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, "I Don't Want to Talk About It" (1993), and "Miss Mary" (1986). Bemberg's work has been praised for its unique perspective on Argentine life and culture, and for its contributions to feminism in Latin America. She passed away in Buenos Aires in 1995 due to heart failure.

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Delfy de Ortega

Delfy de Ortega (November 27, 2014 Italy-September 21, 1995 General Rodríguez) a.k.a. Delfina Felipa Bonomo was an Argentine actor.

She began her career in the world of entertainment as a dancer, later moving on to acting. She became known for her roles in various theater productions, especially in the genre of comedy. Her successful career in the theater led to roles in films and television. Ortega appeared in several notable Argentine films during the 1950s, including "El Ángel desnudo" (1953) and "La casa grande" (1954). In addition, she appeared in several popular television series, such as "Comedias románticas" and "Alta comedia". Her career spanned over four decades, and she is considered a significant contributor to the Argentine entertainment industry.

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