Argentine actresses who deceased in 2004

Here are 4 famous actresses from Argentina died in 2004:

Pola Alonso

Pola Alonso (November 16, 1923 Buenos Aires-November 6, 2004 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.

Pola Alonso began her acting career in local theater companies in Buenos Aires. She later transitioned to radio and television, becoming a popular figure in Argentine entertainment during the mid-20th century. Alonso acted in various films and television series, including "La Mujer del Zapatero" and "Los Camino de la Vida". Despite facing political persecution and censorship during Argentina's turbulent political history, she remained active in the entertainment world until her death in 2004 at the age of 80.

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María Rosa Gallo

María Rosa Gallo (December 20, 1925 Buenos Aires-December 7, 2004 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor. Her children are called Alejandra Da Passano and Claudio Da Passano.

María Rosa Gallo began her acting career in the 1950s and quickly became one of the most prominent actors in Argentina. She appeared in over 70 films, including "Los Ojos llenos de amor" and "El Santo de la Espada". Her work in theater was also widely acclaimed, appearing in productions of "Los soles truncos" and "La Celestina", among others.

Aside from her successful acting career, Gallo was also known for her philanthropic work. She founded the "Teatro del Obrero" theater in the city of Lanús, providing opportunities for actors and theater enthusiasts in the area. She also founded the "Asociación Civil María Rosa Gallo", a non-profit organization that works on social, educational, and cultural initiatives throughout Argentina.

Despite her passing in 2004, María Rosa Gallo's impact on Argentinian culture and society continues to be felt to this day.

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María Denis

María Denis (November 22, 1916 Buenos Aires-April 15, 2004 Rome) a.k.a. Maria Esther Beomonte or Maria Denis was an Argentine actor.

She began her acting career in Argentina during the 1930s, and subsequently worked in Italy and France. She became an Italian citizen in 1952 and her career flourished in the Italian film industry, where she often collaborated with director Roberto Rossellini. In addition to her acting work, she also worked as a screenwriter and director. Denis received several awards for her work, including the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres from the French government and the David di Donatello career award from the Italian government. She continued to act up until the year before her death in 2004 at the age of 87.

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Susana Campos

Susana Campos (August 31, 1934 Buenos Aires-October 16, 2004 Buenos Aires) also known as Susana Campos Ovalle or Evelyn Therens was an Argentine actor. She had three children, Javier Sola, María Morena Carrié and Roxana Berco.

Susana Campos began her career in the entertainment industry as a theater actress in the late 1950s. She quickly gained popularity and went on to appear in several hit movies and television shows.

Some of her notable films include "El diablo metió la mano" (1960), "El gato con botas" (1961), and "El profesor patagónico" (1965). Her television career was equally successful, and she acted in popular soap operas such as "Los Simuladores" and "Los Reyes".

In addition to her acting career, Campos was also a successful singer and recorded several albums throughout her life.

She was married to actor and director Aldo Barbero for many years, and they worked together on several projects. After her death in 2004, her legacy lived on through her children and her contributions to the Argentine entertainment industry.

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