Here are 2 famous actresses from Argentina died in 2013:
Nilda Elvira Vattuone (September 10, 1911 Guaminí-December 20, 2013 Buenos Aires) also known as Nelly Omar or Omar, Nelly was an Argentine actor and singer.
Nelly Omar began her entertainment career in the early 1930s, performing in several theaters and cabarets in Buenos Aires. Eventually, she became a well-known artist and began recording her music. Omar's music combined subtle tango rhythms and romantic melodies that captivated her audience. With her impressive voice and her ability to act, she quickly became a success in Argentina and Latin America.
Throughout her long career, Nelly Omar performed in hundreds of shows and made numerous recordings, many of which are considered classics of the Argentine tango. She was highly esteemed by her fans, who affectionately called her "La Gardel con faldas" (The Gardel in skirts), a reference to the legendary Argentine tango singer Carlos Gardel.
In addition to her artistic achievements, Nelly Omar was also highly respected for her work as a teacher of theater and music. She continued performing and sharing her craft well into her late nineties, becoming an inspiration and role model for generations of artists.
Nelly Omar passed away in Buenos Aires in December 2013 at the age of 102, leaving behind a legacy of unforgettable music, performances, and contributions to the arts.
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Patricia Castell (April 25, 1926 Avellaneda-September 29, 2013 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine actor.
She began her career in the theater in the 1940s and went on to appear in films and on television. Castell is best known for her roles in Argentine telenovelas such as "Amor en custodia" and "Sos mi vida". Throughout her career, she won several awards for her acting including the Martín Fierro Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama for her role in "Verdad consecuencia". Castell was also a recognized voice-over artist, lending her voice to various animated characters in movies and television. She passed away at the age of 87 in Buenos Aires.
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