Mexican actresses who deceased at age 30

Here are 2 famous actresses from Mexico died at 30:


Miroslava (February 26, 1925 Prague-March 9, 1955 Mexico City) a.k.a. Miros, Miroslava Sternova, Miros-mango, Miroslava Šternová or Miroslava Stern was a Mexican actor.

She died as a result of suicide.

Miroslava was born to a Jewish family in Prague and lived in Czechoslovakia until her family fled to Mexico due to the Nazi occupation in 1939. She began her career as an actress in the 1940s and quickly became known for her beauty, talent, and charisma. She acted in more than 20 films, including "Ensayo de un crimen" (The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz), which was directed by the famous filmmaker Luis Buñuel. Miroslava was known for her great acting range, playing various roles in comedy, drama, and film noir. Despite her successful career, her personal life was troubled, including a difficult romantic relationship with actor Jorge Mistral. Miroslava tragically committed suicide in 1955 at the age of 30, leaving behind a legacy as one of Mexico's greatest actresses.

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Pina Pellicer

Pina Pellicer (April 3, 1934 Mexico City-December 4, 1964 Mexico City) also known as Josefina Pellicer Lopez Llergo or Josefina Yolanda Pellicer López de Llergo was a Mexican actor.

She died in suicide.

Pina Pellicer began her acting career in 1953 with the Mexican film "El ángel exterminador" (The Exterminating Angel). She gained critical acclaim for her role in the film and went on to appear in several other Mexican films such as "El esqueleto de la señora Morales" (The Skeleton of Mrs. Morales) and "Canasta de cuentos mexicanos" (Basket of Mexican Stories).

Pellicer also worked in the United States and appeared in the film "One-Eyed Jacks" directed by and co-starring Hollywood legend Marlon Brando in 1961. Despite being well-received for her performance, Pellicer struggled with the pressure of Hollywood and the expectations placed on her.

Tragically, Pellicer took her own life at the age of 30. Her death sent shockwaves through the Mexican film industry, and she is remembered as a talented and promising actor who was taken too soon.

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