Argentine actresses who deceased in 2005

Here are 2 famous actresses from Argentina died in 2005:

Marga López

Marga López (June 21, 1924 San Miguel de Tucumán-July 4, 2005 Mexico City) also known as Marga Lopez or Catalina Margarita López Ramos was an Argentine actor. She had two children, Manuel Amador and Carlos Amador.

Despite being born in Argentina, Marga López spent most of her career in Mexico, where she became a beloved figure in Mexican cinema of the 1950s and 1960s. She started acting in theater as a young girl and made her film debut in 1943 in "La Dama de la Camellias." Throughout her career, she appeared in over 75 films, including "The Young and the Damned," "Mexico's Most Wanted," and "The Curse of the Crying Woman." López won several awards for her acting, including the Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the 1985 film "La esquina de mi barrio." Despite suffering from Alzheimer's disease in her later years, López continued to perform on stage and screen until her death in 2005.

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Argentina Brunetti

Argentina Brunetti (August 31, 1907 Buenos Aires-December 20, 2005 Rome) also known as Argentina Ferrau or Argentine Brunetti was an Argentine actor and writer. Her child is called Mario Brunetti.

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina Brunetti moved to the United States in 1940 to pursue a career in Hollywood. She made her film debut in the 1944 film "Up in Arms" and went on to appear in more than 50 films, often playing the role of a supportive mother, grandmother, or aunt. Some of her most memorable roles include Mrs. Martini in "It's a Wonderful Life" (1946) and Mama Petrillo in "The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show" (1950-1951).

In addition to her acting career, Brunetti was also a published writer, penning a memoir titled "In Sicilian Company" and a collection of short stories called "The Tango Singer and Other Stories." She also worked as a drama coach and taught at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute.

Argentina Brunetti lived in Italy for the last 20 years of her life and passed away in Rome in December 2005 at the age of 98.

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