Argentine actresses who deceased in 1997

Here are 2 famous actresses from Argentina died in 1997:

Rosario Granados

Rosario Granados (March 12, 1925 Buenos Aires-March 25, 1997 Mexico City) a.k.a. Rosario Fiaschi Correa Granados or Charito Granados was an Argentine actor.

She began her career as a child actor in Argentina and went on to become a prominent figure in Mexican cinema and television during the 1950s and 1960s. She appeared in numerous films, including "La Duquesa del Tacon", "Marriage", and "El Pecado de Ser Mujer". In the 1970s she moved to television and became known for her work in telenovelas such as "El carruaje" and "Mariana de la noche". Throughout her career, Granados was renowned for her beauty and acting skills and was considered one of the leading ladies of her time. She received several awards for her contributions to Mexican cinema, including the Ariel Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in 1964 for her role in "Pueblito". Granados retired from acting in the 1980s and spent her later years as a philanthropist, supporting various charities in Mexico.

In addition to her successful career in the entertainment industry, Rosario Granados was known for her activism and social work. She was a strong advocate for women's rights and worked to improve the lives of marginalized communities in Mexico. She was involved in various charitable organizations and also founded her own foundation, the Rosario Granados Foundation, which aimed to provide education and support for underprivileged children. Granados was also a devoted mother of six children, and her family remembers her for her kindness, generosity, and unwavering commitment to making a positive impact on the world. Despite her passing in 1997, she remains a beloved figure in the history of Mexican cinema and a role model for those who aspire to use their platform for social change.

Clotilde Borella

Clotilde Borella (November 17, 2014 Argentina-November 11, 1997 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.

She was one of the most prominent and talented actors of her time, and her career spanned several decades. Borella began her acting career in the 1930s, and went on to appear in over 50 films throughout her career. Her notable film credits include "The Tango Star" (1935), "The Great Madcap" (1949), and "The Happy Sixties" (1963).

She was beloved by audiences for her talent and versatility, and was particularly skilled at bringing depth and nuance to her roles. Borella was also a respected theater actress, and appeared in many productions throughout her career. She was known for her dedication to her craft, and for her commitment to mentoring young actors.

In addition to her successful acting career, Borella was also an accomplished writer and director. She wrote several plays and screenplays throughout her career, and also directed a number of productions. Her work as a writer and director was highly regarded by critics and audiences alike.

Borella's contributions to Argentine cinema and theater were significant, and she is remembered as one of the most influential figures in the country's cultural history. Despite her passing in 1997, her legacy continues to inspire new generations of actors and artists in Argentina and beyond.

Borella's talent was recognized not only in Argentina, but also internationally. She received several awards during her career, such as the Best Actress award at the San Sebastián International Film Festival in Spain for her role in the film "The Happy Sixties". Borella was also a philanthropist and was involved in various charitable organizations throughout her life. She was a firm believer in the power of art to promote social change and used her platform to advocate for human rights and equality. Borella's influence on Argentine culture continues to be felt today, and she is celebrated as a trailblazer for women in the arts. Her impact on Argentine cinema, theater, and society as a whole is a testament to her enduring legacy.

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