Argentine actresses who deceased in 2002

Here are 3 famous actresses from Argentina died in 2002:

Tita Merello

Tita Merello (October 11, 1904 Buenos Aires-December 24, 2002 Buenos Aires) also known as Laura Ana Merelli, Tita, Laura Ana Merello, Merello, La Morocha argentina, Tita Buenos Aires, La Vedette Rea, Ana Laura Merello, Tita de Buenos Aires, The brunette Argentina or Titus Merel was an Argentine actor, screenwriter and singer.

She was a prominent figure in the Argentine entertainment industry from the 1930s to the 1990s, known for her distinctive voice and charismatic stage presence. Merello started her career as a tango singer and dancer, and later transitioned to acting in films, theater, and television. She appeared in over 50 films over the course of her career, including the classic Argentine films "Mala Yerba" and "Mercado de Abasto". Merello was known for portraying strong, independent women who challenged traditional gender roles, and she became a beloved figure in Argentine popular culture. In addition to her acting and music career, Merello was also a prolific writer, penning several books including her memoir "La vedette negra". She was honored with numerous awards throughout her career and is considered a legendary icon in Argentine entertainment history.

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Ada Falcón

Ada Falcón (August 17, 1905 Buenos Aires-January 4, 2002 Salsipuedes) a.k.a. Falcón, Ada, Aída Elsa Ada Falcon, A. Falcon, Falcon, A. or Ada Falcon was an Argentine actor and singer.

She was one of the most prominent figures of Argentine tango and an iconic performer during the Golden Age of Argentine Cinema. Falcon began her career as a child actress, working in the theater circuit of Buenos Aires. She later transitioned to singing and quickly became famous, enjoying a successful career that spanned decades. Falcon was known for her melodious voice, emotive performances and rose to the height of her popularity in the 1930s and 1940s. She acted in over 40 films and recorded hundreds of songs, many of which became classics of the tango genre, including "Madreselva," "Mano a Mano", and "Mi Buenos Aires querido". Even in her later years, Falcon remained popular as her sultry voice and classic tango melodies never lost their charm.

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Zoe Ducós

Zoe Ducós (March 6, 1928 Buenos Aires-November 11, 2002 Caracas) also known as Zoe Cecilia Ducós Gallegos was an Argentine actor.

She began her acting career in the 1950s and throughout her decades-long career, appeared in over 40 films, numerous plays, and television shows. Ducós was recognized for her strong performances and versatility on the stage and screen. Some of her most memorable roles include her performances in "Vení conmigo", "Los herederos", and "La Casa de Bernada Alba". She was also a respected acting coach and taught at the Municipal Conservatory of Dramatic Art in Buenos Aires. In 1986, Ducós moved to Caracas, Venezuela, where she continued to work in theater and television until her death in 2002. Ducós was a recipient of numerous awards and accolades throughout her career, including the Argentine Film Critics Association Award and the Konex Award for her contribution to Argentine theater.

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