Argentine actresses who deceased in 2000

Here are 4 famous actresses from Argentina died in 2000:

Libertad Lamarque

Libertad Lamarque (November 24, 1908 Rosario-December 12, 2000 Mexico City) also known as Libertad Lamarque Bouza, Lamarque, Libertad, The Sweetheart of the Americas, La Novia de América, The Queen of Melodramas or Lamarque, Libetad was an Argentine actor and singer. She had one child, Mirtha Romero.

Lamarque had an extensive career that spanned over seven decades, appearing in over 60 films and numerous television programs. She began her career in her native Argentina in the 1920s, where she quickly gained popularity as a singer and actress. In 1939, she starred in the film "Gran Casino," which became one of the biggest hits in the history of Mexican cinema. She eventually moved to Mexico and became a Mexican citizen, where she continued her successful career.

Aside from her successful acting career, Lamarque was also known for her beautiful singing voice. She recorded over 800 songs throughout her career, many of which became hits in Latin America. She was known for singing tango and bolero songs, and her music was loved by audiences all over the world.

Lamarque was also an advocate for political causes, and supported the Peronist movement in Argentina. She was exiled from her home country in the 1950s due to her political beliefs, but eventually returned to Argentina in the 1980s. She was honored numerous times throughout her career, including receiving the Konex Award in Argentina for her role in popular culture.

Lamarque passed away in Mexico City on December 12, 2000, at the age of 92. She was remembered as a beloved icon of Latin American cinema and music, who had left an indelible mark on the entertainment industry.

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Elisa Galvé

Elisa Galvé (July 20, 1922 Buenos Aires-October 20, 2000 Rome) also known as Leonora Ferrari Tedeschi, Elisa Christian Galvé or Christian Galvé was an Argentine actor.

Galvé gained popularity in the 1940s and 1950s as an actress in Argentine cinema. She appeared in over 20 films, including "La Diosa impura" (1947) and "Mis cinco hijos" (1954). She later moved to Italy, where she continued her acting career, making her debut in the 1955 film "La canzone del cuore". Galvé also appeared in several television series, including "Le inchieste del commissario Maigret" and "Nero Wolfe". Aside from acting, Galvé was also a singer and recorded several albums throughout her career. She was married to the Italian actor and director Vittorio De Sica from 1964 until his death in 1974.

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Amanda Ledesma

Amanda Ledesma (December 31, 1911 Buenos Aires-February 19, 2000 Buenos Aires) also known as Josefina Rubianes was an Argentine actor and singer.

Ledesma began her career in the 1930s and quickly gained popularity in Argentina for her performances in film, theater, and radio. She starred in several classic Argentine films, such as "La vida es un tango" and "La vendedora de fantasías".

Aside from her acting career, Ledesma was also a well-known singer of tango music, and she recorded several albums throughout her life. She was one of the leading figures of the Golden Age of Argentine cinema, and her contributions to the entertainment industry helped shape the country's cultural identity.

Ledesma continued to work in film and theater until her death in 2000 at the age of 88. She is remembered as an icon of Argentine popular culture and as a trailblazer for women in the entertainment industry.

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Baby Bell

Baby Bell (January 26, 1943 Argentina-November 27, 2014) a.k.a. María Isabel Gómez Bell was an Argentine actor and singer.

She began her career in the 1960s as a singer, performing under the stage name "Baby Bell." She later transitioned to acting, appearing in a number of popular telenovelas and films, including "Amor en Custodia" and "Culpable de Este Amor." Bell was known for her talent as a performer as well as for her striking beauty, which earned her the nickname "La Chica del Twist" (The Twist Girl). Throughout her career, she remained a beloved and influential figure in Argentine culture.

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