Mexican actresses who were born in 1933

Here are 6 famous actresses from Mexico were born in 1933:

Carmen Salinas

Carmen Salinas (October 5, 1933 Torreón-) also known as Carmen Salinas Lozano is a Mexican actor. She has two children, Pedro Plascencia and María Eugenia Plascencia.

Carmen Salinas began her career in 1958 and has since appeared in over 110 films and numerous television shows. She has become well known for playing comedic roles and is often referred to as one of the most recognizable faces in Mexican cinema. Outside of acting, Salinas has also been involved in politics and has been a member of the National Action Party. She has been a champion for women's rights and has spoken out against violence towards women. In recognition of her contributions to Mexican culture, Salinas has received numerous awards and honors, including the National Award for Arts and Sciences in Popular Culture and the Benemérito de las Américas award.

Ana Ofelia Murguía

Ana Ofelia Murguía (December 8, 1933 Mexico City-) also known as Ana Ofelia Murgía, Ana Ofelia Murguia or Ofelia Murguía is a Mexican actor.

She has acted in over 70 films, including the critically acclaimed "Roma" directed by Alfonso Cuarón. Murguía has also acted in numerous television series and theater productions. In addition to her acting career, she is also known for her work as a director and producer. Throughout her career, Murguía has been recognized with various awards and nominations, including the Ariel Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "El crimen del padre Amaro." She is considered one of the most respected and influential actresses in Mexican cinema.

Malena Doria

Malena Doria (July 23, 1933 Mexico City-April 19, 1999 Mexico City) also known as Marlena Doria was a Mexican actor. She had two children, Magda Rodriguez and Andrea Doria.

Malena Doria began her career in entertainment as a child actress in the 1940s, appearing in several films and telenovelas. She later moved into theater and became a prominent stage actress in Mexico City. Doria also appeared in a number of films and television shows throughout her career, including the popular telenovelas "Cuna de lobos" and "Tú o nadie".

In addition to her acting work, Doria was also a well-known voice dubbing artist, providing the Spanish voices for many international films and TV shows. She was also a prominent figure in Mexican cultural circles, known for her support of the arts and her dedication to promoting Mexican culture.

Sadly, Malena Doria passed away in 1999 at the age of 65 due to liver cancer. Her legacy lives on through her children and her contributions to Mexican culture and entertainment.

Irma Serrano

Irma Serrano (December 9, 1933 Comitán-) is a Mexican actor.

She is also known as "La Tigresa" (The Tigress) and has had a successful career not only in acting but also in singing and politics. She began her career in the 1950s as a singer and eventually transitioned into acting, appearing in over 70 films. Serrano's most notable roles include "La Tigresa" in "La Mujer del Puerto" (The Woman of the Port) and "La Panchita" in "El ángel exterminador" (The Exterminating Angel). She has also released over 20 albums throughout her career as a singer. In the 1980s, Serrano held office as a senator for the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) in the Mexican government. Despite controversy and legal issues surrounding her political career, she remains an influential figure in Mexican entertainment and politics.

Rosa Arenas

Rosa Arenas (August 19, 1933 Caracas-) otherwise known as Rosita Arenas, Rosa Salazar Arenas or Rosa Salazar is a Mexican actor. She has one child, Rosa Salazar Arenas.

Rosa Arenas moved to Mexico with her family at a young age and began her acting career in the 1950s. She appeared in many films during the golden age of Mexican cinema and became known for her roles in horror films. One of her most notable roles was in the 1959 film "The Curse of the Crying Woman." In addition to her acting career, Rosa also worked as a television presenter and a singer. Despite her success in the entertainment industry, Rosa chose to retire from acting in the 1970s to focus on raising her daughter, who would also later become an actress. Today, Rosa is remembered as a talented performer and a beloved figure in Mexican cinema.

María Victoria

María Victoria (February 26, 1933 Guadalajara-) also known as María Victoria Cervantes Cervantes, Maria Victoria 'Paquita' or Maria Victoria is a Mexican actor, singer and comedian. Her children are called María Esther 'Teté' Gómez, Rubén Zepeda and Alejandro Zepeda.

María Victoria began her artistic career in the 1950s as a radio host and singer. She gained popularity for her distinctive voice and her performances in variety shows and comedies. She later made her way into the world of film, starring in various Mexican films from the 1960s to the 1980s. María Victoria also had a successful career as a television actress, appearing in numerous telenovelas and sitcoms. In addition to her work in the entertainment industry, she is also an advocate for animal rights and has been involved in several charitable causes throughout her life.

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